Recent Examples of synesthesia from the Web
In short, the robot develops a kind of synesthesia.
Not everyone with mirror-touch synesthesia has been able to harness it in such a positive way.
Salinas, a neurologist at Massachusetts General Hospital, has mirror-touch synesthesia, a neurological trait that affects two out of 100 people.
Across all 14 essays, nearly each page contains at least one gemlike moment of visual-verbal synesthesia.
Research into synesthesia has gained momentum in recent years.
Dr. Day, an anthropology instructor at Trident Technical College in Charleston, S.C., has three types of synesthesia, a rare trait or condition in which there is a merging of sensations that...
People have been talking about possible links between synesthesia and the toys synesthetes used as children since Miss C’s time, but nobody has ever been able to find proof of it.
But the Fisher-Price alphabet magnets are exhibit A for the argument that learning and synesthesia are linked.
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Origin and Etymology of synesthesia
First Known Use: circa 1891See Words from the same year
medical Definition of synesthesia
synestheticor chiefly British synaesthetic play \-ˈthet-ik\ adjective
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