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Open your eyes and smell the roses: Activating the visual cortex improves our sense of smell

Open your eyes and smell the roses: Activating the visual cortex improves our sense of smell | Synaesthesia | Scoop.it
A new study reveals for the first time that activating the brain's visual cortex with a small amount of electrical stimulation actually improves our sense of smell.
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Hearing Motion

Imagine if words created a taste in your mouth, or music created bursts of color. This rare condition, called synesthesia, results in your senses being cross...
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Synesthesia [Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy]

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Synesthesia. The word “synesthesia” or “synaesthesia,” has its origin in the Greek roots, syn, meaning union, and aesthesis, meaning sensation: a union of the senses. Many researchers use the term “synesthesia” to refer to a perceptual ...
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daily sun | tha hood | Synaesthesia:The World of Intertwining Senses

daily sun | tha hood | Synaesthesia:The World of Intertwining Senses | Synaesthesia | Scoop.it
foremost mnemonists – pepole with the ability to remember unusually long lists of data, such as dates, names, numbers, etc) of the 20th century. He had full synaesthesia; all of his senses were crossed.
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Music and the Brain: Wednesday is Indigo Blue: How Synesthesia Speaks to Creativity

Dr. Richard E. Cytowic, George Washington Medical Center Neurologist Richard Cytowic rediscovered the involuntary joining of different senses in 1980 and ret...
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'Was Marilyn Monroe a Synaesthete?' | ES Updates

'Was Marilyn Monroe a Synaesthete?' | ES Updates | Synaesthesia | Scoop.it
Synaesthesia, as defined by MedicineNet.com, is 'a condition in which normally separate senses are not separate. Sight may mingle with sound, taste with touch, etc. The senses are cross-wired…People with synaesthesia ...
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