Your child could earn up to $150 for participation in a sound sensitivity study

Researchers are seeking youths with sound sensitivities, or misophonia, to participate in a research study. Misophonia is a condition characterized by severe reactions and aversion to certain sounds. The study will help bring awareness to the condition and evaluate the associative learning processes in youths with misophonia, to improve future treatment outcomes. Participants can earn up to $150 for completing the study.

Interested? For more information about eligibility and participation, contact the COACH study coordinator at or 443-300-8836.

This study is approved by a Johns Hopkins Medicine institutional review board. IRB00208976, PI: Joseph McGuire, PhD