The Mystery of Misophonia

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It's a condition of the auditory nervous system that results in fear, panic, and even outrage - and it's all caused by tiny, subtle noises that most of us don't even pick up on. Misophonia, or "dislike of sound," was first brought to the public's attention last week by New York Times writer Joyce Cohen. Today, we'll learn more about misophonia with Dr. Paula Schwartz, one of the few audiologists in the country who specializes in recognizing and treating this disorder.

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