Synesthesia: Strong and Weak:

@inproceedings{Martino2001SynesthesiaSA,
  title={Synesthesia: Strong and Weak:},
  author={Gail Martino and Lawrence E. Marks},
  year={2001}
}
In this review, we distinguish strong and weak forms of synesthesia. Strong synesthesia is characterized by a vivid image in one sensory modality in response to stimulation in another one. Weak synesthesia is characterized by cross-sensory correspondences expressed through language, perceptual similarity, and perceptual interactions during information processing. Despite important phenomenological dissimilarities between strong and weak synesthesia, we maintain that the two forms draw on… CONTINUE READING

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