synesthesia

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n synesthesia a sensation that normally occurs in one sense modality occurs when another modality is stimulated
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n synesthesia See synæsthesia.
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Usage

In literature:

He had no other synesthesias.
"Vocational Psychology: Its Problems and Methods" by Harry L. Hollingworth
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In news:

Grapheme -color synesthesia is a peculiar neurological condition in which people involuntarily experience colors when thinking about letters, numbers or words.
Discovering the Brain of Synesthesia.
Synesthesia, Stockholm Syndrome, and Autosomal Dominant Compelling Helio-Ophthalmic Outburst Syndrome.
No one is trying to cure synesthesia — in fact, most synesthetes will tell you they love their synesthetic experiences and would never want to lose them.
Synesthesia and the Musical Mind.
Grapheme-color synesthesia is a peculiar neurological condition in which people involuntarily experience colors when thinking about letters, numbers or words.
Secret Life of Scientists Steffie Tomson: Synesthesia Researcher PBS.
Discovering the Brain of Synesthesia .
Ill Poetic's Synesthesia : The Yellow Movement.
Berit Brogaard is a Professor of Philosophy with joint appointments in Philosophy, Psychology and the Center for Neurodynamics at the University of Missouri-St. She directs the St Louis Synesthesia Lab.
Scott Hansen may not actually have synesthesia — the condition where one's sensory perceptions are connected, so that they see music or hear colors — but you'd be forgiven for assuming he does.
'Speaking Synesthesia' By Jes Zurell At Tunxis In Farmington.
Neuroscientist David Eagleman is using a unique brand of "guerilla science" to study time perception—dropping people 100 feet into a net—and synesthesia, a bizarre crossing of the senses in the brain.
Breakfast at Tiffany's: The Cure for Synesthesia.
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