Anyway, I wanted to follow-up my previous post with some additional information about the fMRI study that I mentioned. On the "Scientific Research" section of this website, I've put a link to download the questionnaire for interested candidates. The study organizer, Dr. Sukbinder Kumar, also wanted me to convey that, due to the time commitment and limited funding for travel expenses for the study, it may be difficult to accept volunteers who reside far away from the facilities - which are located in London.
In addition to the addition of the fMRI study information on the "Scientific Research" page, I also included a link to a Journal of Neuroscience research paper that presented results from a research study on the amygdala part of the brain. (The amygdala processes negative reactions to trigger sounds.) It's interesting to see some of the brain scan images in the article that highlighted some of the areas of the brain that responded to unpleasant sounds. Hopefully, with more research like this one, scientists may help target a physiological cause of misophonia - which ultimately can lead to sufferers being able to one day find relief.