Our PhD student from Istanbul, Turkey, is evaluating modern psychometric instruments for assessment of misophonia and hyperacusis at University of Surrey, Guildford.
Fatma B. Kula, our PhD student from Istanbul, Turkey is evaluating modern psychometric instruments for assessment of misophonia and hyperacusis at University of Surrey, Department of Psychology. The aim of her research is to explore the relationship between misophonia, hyperacusis, tinnitus, stress, sleep and fatigue and to assess the reliability and validity of several hyperacusis and misophonia questionnaires using an online survey. These studies are under the supervision of Professor Mark Cropley and Dr Hashir Aazh. More information about the study findings and how you can take part in the survey will be posted here in due course.
14th November 2022 Guildford G – Live hosts a public seminar and book launch: Living Well with Tinnitus
Dr Hashir Aazh has been identified as top – rated expert in Hyperacusis in Europe during the years 2012 – 2022
Professor Brian C.J. Moore talks about his research on misophonia among patients with tinnitus and hyperacusis