Zwangsmässige Lichtempfindungen durch Schall und verwandte Erscheinungen auf dem Gebiete der anderen Sinnesempfindungen

@article{ZwangsmssigeLD,
  title={Zwangsm{\"a}ssige Lichtempfindungen durch Schall und verwandte Erscheinungen auf dem Gebiete der anderen Sinnesempfindungen},
  author={},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={24},
  pages={51-52}
}
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  • AbstractAs the authors (two medical students of Zürich) were conversing on chemistry in the autumn of 1878, Bleuler beiig asked what was the appearance of cetones (substances of which acetone or naphtha is the type), got out of the difficulty at once by saying, “They are yellow, because their name contains an o.” Lehmann, astonished, inquired what such an apparently absurd answer meant, and then found that from childhood Bleuler, on hearing, or even thinking of any vowel or word, immediately… CONTINUE READING
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