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Does synesthesia lack symmetry?

Generally spoken, synesthesia is unidirectional. For example, grapheme–color synesthesia (i.e., letter–color and digit–color synesthesia) is the most prevalent type of synesthesia. The presentation of ...
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Binaural Beats meets Sound-Color-Synesthesia

Unfortunately, it appears there is currently no research investigating how synaesthetes experience the binaural beats effect. If any such research does exist, it does not appear to be available (in ...
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Is there a difference between physiological stimulations and psychological stimulations?

Psychology and physiology are at different levels of explanation or levels of analysis. The answer depends entirely on how you view the relationship between such levels and in particular (mental) ...
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Kinetic synesthesia evoked by abstract thoughts?

Short answer No. Background The definition of synesthesia is generally as follows: ... a perceptual condition of mixed sensations: a stimulus in one sensory modality (e.g., hearing) involuntarily ...
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Is synesthesia tied to experience?

Can synesthesia make a person feel "new" color (or any other experience)? The answer may be yes. You can find this quote “V. S. Ramachandran and E. M. Hubbard (in their 2001 PRSL paper) described a ...
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Inducing Auditory-to-Visual Synesthesia

I think the only documented case of this is Neil Harbisson. From my understanding he has a camera attached to an implanted bone vibrator and a processor unit that converts color to audible frequencies....
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