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ASMR (Intersensory effect)

LC control no.sh2017003604
LC classificationBF299.A86
Topical headingASMR (Intersensory effect)
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Variant(s)Autonomous sensory meridian response
See alsoIntersensory effects
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Found inWork cat.: 2014954041: Young, Julie. ASMR, 2015: summary (Autonomous sensory meridian response starts with a tingling feeling in your head and results in feelings of deep calm and relaxation)
902812829: Parsons, Garry G. ASMR, 2015.
PeerJ, volume 3, 2015: Barratt, Emma L. Autonomous sensory meridian response (ASMR): abstract (Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response (ASMR) is a previously unstudied sensory phenomenon, in which individuals experience a tingling, static-like sensation across the scalp, back of the neck and at times further areas in response to specific triggering audio and visual stimuli; widely reported to be accompanied by feelings of relaxation and well-being; the current study identifies common triggers used to achieve ASMR, including whispering, personal attention, crisp sounds and slow movements; possible link between ASMR and synaesthesia)
Perspectives in biology and medicine, volume 56, number 3, summer 2013: Ahuka, Nitin K. It feels good to be measured: abstract (A large online community has recently formed around autonomous sensory meridian response (ASMR), a pleasant and poorly understood somatic reaction to specific interpersonal triggers)
Google search, Aug. 10, 2017 (ASMR: 20,800,000 hits; Autonomous sensory meridian response: 759,000 hits)