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  1. Meztijora

    Synesthesia is when you hear music, but you see shapes. Or you hear a word or a name and instantly see a color. Synesthesia is a fancy name for when you experience one of your senses through.
  2. Nekree

    Synaesthetic definition, synesthesia. See more. Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged Digital Edition © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. ,
  3. Samubar

    Synesthesia definition is - a concomitant sensation; especially: a subjective sensation or image of a sense (as of color) other than the one (as of sound) being stimulated.
  4. Mazumi

    synaesthesia Partial evidence for such auditory-visual associations comes from the investigations of synaesthesia and crossmodal associations in the field of cognitive psychology. From the Cambridge .
  5. Tojataur

    synesthesia, synaesthesia Medicine. a secondary sensation accompanying an actual perception, as the perceiving of sound as a color or the sensation of being touched in a place at some distance from the actual place of touching. Cf. chromesthesia. — synesthetic, synaesthetic, adj.
  6. Kemuro

    Synaesthesia a phenomonon involving the blending of the senses. This short follows a character throughout his life and his experiences of being a synaesthete. Created.
  7. Nam

    physiol a sensation experienced in a part of the body other than the part stimulated psychol the subjective sensation of a sense other than the one being stimulated. For example, a sound may evoke sensations of colour Derived forms of synaesthesia.
  8. JoJonos

    May 17,  · The term "synesthesia" comes from the Greek words syn, which means "together", and aisthesis, which means "sensation."Synesthesia is a perception in which stimulating one sensory or cognitive pathway causes experiences in another sense or cognitive pathway. In other words, a sense or concept is connected to a different sense or concept, such as smelling colors or tasting a word.

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