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You will be sent a download link. Three of the videos were designed to elicit ASMR tingling and three videos were not. This activity was not observed in control participants. Conclusions Together, these results highlight the fact that ASMR videos elicit activity in brain areas related to sensation, emotion, and attention in individuals with ASMR, but not in matched control participants.
In the current research, functional magnetic resonance imaging fMRI was used to examine how the neural responses to ASMR-eliciting videos differ between individuals with ASMR and a matched control group. Previous research has used neuroimaging techniques to identify potential differences between the brains of individuals with ASMR and matched controls.
ASMR participants showed reduced functional connectivity in the right precuneus and posterior cingulate, the left medial frontal gyrus and thalamus, and both the left and right superior temporal gyri. Increased functional connectivity was observed in right occipital and left frontal cortical areas. Such a finding is consistent with other studies of atypical sensory experiences including synesthesia Dovern et al.
A recent psychophysiological study has taken the investigation of ASMR one step further by measuring autonomic nervous system responses during the ASMR experience itself Poerio et al. Poerio et al.
The researchers concluded that these seemingly contradictory results are related to the complexity of the ASMR experience. However, the psychophysiological data suggest that ASMR is a physiologically arousing experience as well Poerio et al. Thus, it appears that the subjective positive emotions associated with ASMR co-occur with physiological responses in a manner that is both subjectively and biologically distinct from similar phenomena.
The purpose of the current study is to identify brain areas associated with the ASMR experience. Doing so will provide insights into the neurophysiological underpinnings of this phenomenon, thus allowing researchers to see how ASMR affects somatosensation and emotion rather than listing or describing those experiences. Lochte et al. A region-of-interest ROI analysis indicated that the experience of ASMR tingles was associated with increased activity in the nucleus accumbens, dorsal anterior cingulate gyrus, supplementary motor area, and a region including the insula and inferior frontal gyrus.
More conservative whole-brain analyses noted activity in parts of the medial prefrontal cortex, insula, and nucleus accumbens. Although this initial study provided an important window into the neural substrates of ASMR, the authors also noted several limitations.
The current research builds upon the research of Lochte et al. This design allowed us to corroborate the results of Lochte et al. Although the current research was performed prior to the publication of Lochte et al. The functions of these brain areas are consistent with the subjective reports of the ASMR experience, with anterior cingulate activity being related to both attentional control and emotion-attention interactions Gasquoine, , the nucleus accumbens being involved with reward responses Floresco, , and the hypothalamus being central to hormone release and embodied emotional responses Craig, We also speculated that ASMR would be associated with increased activity in sensorimotor regions i.
All participants confirmed that the videos triggered tingling sensations. Controls participants were recruited from the University of Winnipeg student population. Moreover, these participants were interviewed by the same investigator to determine that they had never experienced ASMR. The data from two participants were removed due to excessive movement in the scanner and were replaced by new participants; the demographic data reported above reflect the ages of the sample used in our analyses.
None of the ASMR or control participants reported any history of neurological injury or psychiatric illness. Informed, written consent was provided by all participants prior to entering the MRI scanner.
Participants also underwent MR safety screening prior to scanning. Procedure After providing informed, written consent and undergoing MR safety screening, participants were brought into the MRI suite.