An earworm, sometimes known as a brainworm, sticky music, or stuck song
syndrome, is a catchy piece of music that continually repeats through a person's ...
Jan 31, 2015 ... The scientific name is "involuntary musical imagery," abbreviated to INMI. You
can also call it "stuck-song syndrome," but "earworm" really does ...
Feb 16, 2014 ... Ever had a song stuck in your head? ... of people experiencing musical
hallucinations were also suffering from obsessive compulsive disorder.
Jun 29, 2016 ... Research by James Kellaris indicates that 98% of people experience “stuck song
syndrome,” scientifically referred to as an “earworm.
Apr 14, 2014 ... Not only do I like listening to songs repeatedly, I experience what is known as “
Involuntary musical imagery (INMI),” or stuck song syndrome.
Oct 23, 2001 ... "Stuck tune syndrome" is a psychiatric condition known as endomusia ("
Endomusia: silent recall of a melody; endomusia often appears as a ...
Nov 23, 2012 ... I find myself with songs stuck in my head all the time. ... Ohrwurn – “a type of song
that typically has a high, upbeat melody and repetitive lyrics ... do and as I've
remarked previously, OCD and bipolar disorder may be linked.
Mar 7, 2012 ... A tune intrudes on your thoughts and plays, and replays, in a ... range of terms to
describe the subject - stuck-song syndrome, sticky music, and ...
Nov 11, 2011 ... They go by many names: Brain worms, sticky music (thanks Oliver Sacks),
cognitive itch, stuck song syndrome. But the most common (if also ...
Mar 6, 2012 ... Now experts say the likelihood of getting an 'earworm' – the term for having a
song in your head – is not just down to how catchy the tune is.