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Author: Dr. Craig Richard | ASMR & Insomnia Network

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Companion podcast to the ASMR University website (www.asmruniversity.com), hosted by Dr. Craig Richard.

Similar to the website, the podcast will cover the Origin, Art, and Science of Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response.
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In this podcast episode, you will hear participants in the Voices of ASMR project explain the following about their ASMR experiences: What triggers ASMR for you when you are watching a video, include details like: Are you triggered by voices? sounds? sights? Which of the above trigger types is the strongest for you? Can you … Continue reading Voices of ASMR: What triggers ASMR while watching a video? (podcast episode #16)
In this podcast episode, you will hear participants in the Voices of ASMR project explain the following about their ASMR experiences: What real world situations trigger your ASMR the strongest? Do your immediate surroundings make a difference? Is the sensation similar or different from ASMR triggered by a video or audio recording? Subscribe to the … Continue reading Voices of ASMR: What triggers ASMR in the real world? (podcast episode #15)
In this podcast episode, you will hear participants in the Voices of ASMR project explain the following about their ASMR experiences: Does your ASMR feel the same as a sexual response? How is your ASMR similar to a sexual response? How is your ASMR different from a sexual response? Subscribe to the ASMR University Podcast … Continue reading Voices of ASMR: Is ASMR a sexual feeling? (podcast episode #14)
In this podcast episode, you will hear participants in the Voices of ASMR project explain the following about their ASMR experiences: What physical sensations do you feel? Where do you feel these sensations on your body? What emotional and psychological sensations do you feel? How strong are the sensations? How long do the sensations last? … Continue reading Voices of ASMR: What does ASMR feel like? (podcast episode #13)
In this podcast episode, I will be summarizing the third peer-reviewed research publication about ASMR and sharing an interview with the authors. The paper is titled, ““An Examination of Personality Traits Associated with Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response (ASMR)”)” and was published in the journal, Frontiers in Psychology on February 23, 2017. The authors are Beverley … Continue reading Science of ASMR: The third peer-reviewed research publication (podcast episode #12)
In this podcast episode, I will be summarizing the second peer-reviewed research publication about ASMR and sharing an interview with the authors. The paper is titled, “An examination of the default mode network in individuals with autonomous sensory meridian response (ASMR)” and was published in the journal Social Neuroscience on May 31, 2016.  The authors … Continue reading Science of ASMR: The second peer-reviewed research publication (podcast episode #11)
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 … Continue reading Science of ASMR: The first peer-reviewed research publication (podcast episode #10)
In this podcast episode I will read the second part of an interview I did with Jennifer Allen, the woman who coined the term, “Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response.” Jennifer will be sharing her thoughts and feelings about the current widespread use of the term ASMR, how her understanding of ASMR has changed over time, what … Continue reading History of ASMR: Interview (Part 2) with Jennifer Allen, the woman who coined the term “ASMR” (podcast episode #9)
In this podcast episode I will read the first part of an interview I did with Jennifer Allen, the woman who coined the term, “Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response.” You will hear about the details and inside stories about: her involvement in the first forum thread about ASMR, her creation of the term ASMR, her founding … Continue reading History of ASMR: Interview (Part 1) with Jennifer Allen, the woman who coined the term “ASMR” (podcast episode #8)
In this podcast episode, I will be telling you about Jennifer Allen, the woman who coined the term Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response. But that is not all she did, here is a summary of her major contributions which I will be highlighting in this episode: 2009: participated in the first major online discussion of the … Continue reading History of ASMR: About Jennifer Allen, the woman who coined the term “ASMR” (podcast episode #7)
This is the audio version of my interview with WhisperingLife. This audio recording gives a short overview of WhisperingLife and then I read the transcript of the interview which I initially posted on February 8, 2016. Subscribe to the ASMR University Podcast to hear all of the past and future episodes or listen to this … Continue reading History of ASMR: Interview with WhisperingLife, the first ASMR artist (podcast episode #6)
On March 26, 2009, a young woman started posting videos of herself whispering on YouTube. She shared some information about herself on YouTube, but she never revealed her exact identity. Most people refer to her by the name of her YouTube channel, WhisperingLife – and credit her with starting the first whisper channel on YouTube. … Continue reading History of ASMR: About WhisperingLife, the first ASMR artist (podcast episode #5)
I have launched a new project called, ‘Voices of ASMR’. It will be a diverse collection of ASMR experiences submitted by visitors to my website and by listeners to my podcast. The project is a way for individuals to share their ASMR experiences with the world, and it is a way for the world to … Continue reading Voices of ASMR: Project launch (podcast episode #4)
Many people initially discover their ability to have ASMR through real world experiences. These experiences may include having their hair being played with by a friend, hearing someone whisper, being examined by a clinician, listening to someone nearby turn the pages of a magazine, or watching someone perform a dedicated task like painting or origami. … Continue reading History of ASMR: the early ASMR-type videos (podcast episode #3)
October 29, 2007 could be viewed as the birth date of the ASMR community. On this day, an individual by the username of “okaywhatever” started a forum thread at the website http://www.steadyhealth.com. The title of the thread was, “Weird sensation feels good” and attracted over 300 replies.  The content of these initial replies quickly created … Continue reading History of ASMR: Birth of the ASMR Community (podcast episode #2)
How far back does the history of ASMR go? Or perhaps to be more accurate, how far back do the special triggers and relaxing sensations that we refer to today as ASMR go? 5 years?  50 years?  500 years? 500,000 years? More? In this episode of the ASMR University Podcast, I’ll propose that these triggers … Continue reading History of ASMR: 500 million years (podcast episode #1)
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D in Dixie

I appreciate hearing the information, as well as your relaxing voice. :)

Sep 15th
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Ares

I was relaxed by Mr. Rogers. But it would only be for 5-10 minutes. I used to hate when the trolley went to make believe land because then I knew the ASMR part was over

Feb 9th
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