A self-organizing learning account of number-form synaesthesia.

@article{Makioka2009ASL,
  title={A self-organizing learning account of number-form synaesthesia.},
  author={Shogo Makioka},
  journal={Cognition},
  year={2009},
  volume={112 3},
  pages={397-414}
}
Some people automatically and involuntarily "see" mental images of numbers in spatial arrays when they think of numbers. This phenomenon, called number forms, shares three key characteristics with the other types of synaesthesia, within-individual consistency, between-individual variety, and mixture of regularity and randomness. A theoretical framework… CONTINUE READING