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The findings, published this week in PNAS, appear to support the hypothesis that synesthesia is caused by hyper-connectivity among brain regions that handle our senses.
That variation, which includes synesthesia, is normal.
This mash-up of senses is known as synesthesia and has baffled scientists for decades.
This melding of the senses, a kind of synesthesia, occurs in books, too.
His thoughtful ideas and adept connection to emotions and sounds may have something to do with his synesthesia, the ability to connect music and color.
But her mother, Amanda Schaefer, says signs of Pohlmann’s synesthesia emerged early on.
Scholl believes his head injury triggered a form of synesthesia, a rare neurological condition where a cognitive pathway is formed between two stimuli.
Scholars have said, of course, Munch had synesthesia.
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medical Definition of synesthesia
synestheticor chiefly British synaesthetic play \-ˈthet-ik\ adjective
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