Crossmodal interactions : lessons from synesthesia

  • Macknik Martinez-Conde, Alonso Tse Martinez
  • Published 2006

Abstract

Synesthesia is a condition in which stimulation in one modality also gives rise to a perceptual experience in a second modality. In two recent studies we found that the condition is more common than previously reported; up to 5% of the population may experience at least one type of synesthesia. Although the condition has been traditionally viewed as an… (More)

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