The Man Who Tasted Shapes: A Bizarre Medical Mystery Offers Revolutionary Insights Into Emotions, Reasoning, and Consciousness

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A Jeremy P. Tarcher/Putnam Book, 1993 - Psychology - 249 pages
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Imagine a world of salty visions, purple odors, square tastes, and green wavy symphonies. Although only 10 people in one million experience the world in this manner, neurologist Cytowic believes their condition (synesthesia) can offer inspiring insights into the human mind.

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User Review  - Dave - Goodreads

When I read the summary on the back cover I thought "This is me!" I picked it up immediately. Up until then I had assumed that everyone saw colors with numbers, and feeling different physical ... Read full review

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User Review  - Candice - Goodreads

Our brains are weird and sometimes wonderful. The author shares his experiences helping folks with synesthesia figure out why one sense takes over another, but more importantly, gets them to ... Read full review

Contents

Not Enough Points on the Chicken
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The World Turned Inside Out
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The Making of a Neurologist
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