In this podcast episode, I will be summarizing the data from the first peer-reviewed research publication about ASMR.
The paper is titled, “Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response (ASMR): a flow-like mental state”, is authored by Emma Barratt and Nick Davis, and was published March 26, 2015.
You will hear about the data from the paper related to these questions:
- Why do people watch ASMR videos?
- What are common ASMR triggers?
- When do people first experience ASMR?
- Do ASMR videos help people to feel less depressed?
- Do ASMR videos lessen the symptoms of chronic pain?
- And more.
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- The first peer-reviewed research paper about ASMR.
- Part 1: Summary of the data.
- Part 2: Significance of the paper.
- Part 3: Meaning of the data & next steps.
- Part 4: Interview with the authors.
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