Color congruity effect: where do colors and numbers interact in synesthesia?

@article{Kadosh2006ColorCE,
  title={Color congruity effect: where do colors and numbers interact in synesthesia?},
  author={Roi Cohen Kadosh and Avishai Henik},
  journal={Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior},
  year={2006},
  volume={42 2},
  pages={259-63}
}
The traditional size congruity paradigm is a Stroop-like situation where participants are asked to compare the values of two digits and ignore the irrelevant physical sizes of the digits (e.g., 3 5). Here a color congruity paradigm was employed and the irrelevant physical sizes were replaced by irrelevant colors. MM, a digit-color synesthete, yielded the classical congruity effect. Namely, she was slower to identify numerically larger numbers when they deviated from her synesthetic experience… CONTINUE READING
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