Electrophysiological correlates and psychoacoustic characteristics of hearing-motion synaesthesia.

@article{Rothen2017ElectrophysiologicalCA,
  title={Electrophysiological correlates and psychoacoustic characteristics of hearing-motion synaesthesia.},
  author={Nicolas Rothen and Gergely Bartl and Anna Franklin and Jamie Ward},
  journal={Neuropsychologia},
  year={2017},
  volume={106},
  pages={
          280-288
        }
}
People with hearing-motion synaesthesia experience sounds from moving or changing (e.g. flickering) visual stimuli. This phenomenon may be one of the most common forms of synaesthesia but it has rarely been studied and there are no studies of its neural basis. We screened for this in a sample of 200+ individuals, and estimated a prevalence of 4.2%. We also… CONTINUE READING