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Frequency Correlates in Grapheme-Color Synaesthesia
Individuals with synaesthesia experience certain stimuli in more than one sensory modality. Most common is the linkage of letters and digits (graphemes) to colors. Whereas synaesthesia might be… Expand
Synaesthesia: When coloured sounds taste sweet
Synaesthesia is the involuntary physical experience of a cross-modal linkage — for example, hearing a tone (the inducing stimulus) evokes an additional sensation of seeing a colour (concurrent… Expand
When the Sun Prickles Your Nose: An EEG Study Identifying Neural Bases of Photic Sneezing
Background Exposure to bright light such as sunlight elicits a sneeze or prickling sensation in about one of every four individuals. This study presents the first scientific examination of this… Expand