Effects of synaesthetic colour and space on cognition

Abstract

Visuo-spatial representations of the alphabet (so-called ‘alphabet forms’) may be as common as other types of sequence-space synaesthesia, but little is known about them or the way they relate to implicit spatial associations in the general population. In the first study, we describe the characteristics of a large sample of alphabet forms visualised by… (More)

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@inproceedings{Jonas2011EffectsOS, title={Effects of synaesthetic colour and space on cognition}, author={Clare N. Jonas}, year={2011} }