Stroop interference based on the synaesthetic qualities of auditory pitch.

Abstract

The equivalence of perceptual experience across the sensory modalities, most vividly observed in synaesthetes, is rarely discussed in contemporary cognitive psychology. It is suggested, however, that the concepts and paradigms of human information processing are ideally suited to test, for example, the fundamental assumption that the synaesthetic qualities… (More)

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@article{Walker1984StroopIB, title={Stroop interference based on the synaesthetic qualities of auditory pitch.}, author={Philip A. Walker and Susan J. Smith}, journal={Perception}, year={1984}, volume={13 1}, pages={75-81} }