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The Man Who Tasted Shapes

Richard E. Cytowic, Jonathan Cole - Medical - 2003 - 274 pages
Uncovers the strange medical mystery of synesthesia, a condition in which people can taste shapes or hear and smell colors, and suggests that everyone has synesthetic powers.
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The Neurological Side of Neuropsychology

Richard E. Cytowic - Medical - 1996 - 529 pages
Neurologists, neuropsychologists, and cognitive scientists work with many of the same problems and patients and yet know little about the literature and approaches of the other ...
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Wednesday is Indigo Blue: Discovering the Brain of Synesthesia

Richard E. Cytowic, David Eagleman - Medical - 2009 - 309 pages
How the extraordinary multisensory phenomenon of synesthesia has changed our traditional view of the brain.
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Synesthesia: A Union of the Senses

Richard E. Cytowic - Psychology - 2012 - 354 pages
Synesthesia comes from the Greek syn (meaning union) and aisthesis (sensation), literally interpreted as a joining of the senses. Synesthesia is an involuntary joining in which ...
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Richard E. Cytowic - Psychology - 2018 - 288 pages
One in twenty-three people carry the genes for the synesthesia. Not a disorder but a neurological trait -- like perfect pitch -- synesthesia creates vividly felt cross-sensory ...
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Mapping the Mind

Rita Carter - Medical - 1998 - 224 pages
Covers the multiple functions of the complex human brain, providing graphics and simple terminology and sidebars written by experts in the field of brain mapping.
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Tasting the Universe: People Who See Colors in Words and Rainbows in Symphonies

Maureen Seaberg - Body, Mind & Spirit - 2011 - 288 pages
A violinist sees a scarlet form when he plays a certain note; a rock star sees waves of blue and green as she composes a ballad; and an actress tastes cake when she utters the ...
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Swarm Intelligence: From Natural to Artificial Systems

Eric Bonabeau, Marco Dorigo, Guy Theraulaz - Computers - 1999 - 307 pages
In particular, these designs are an exciting approach to the tremendous growth of complexity in software and information. Swarm Intelligence draws on up-to-date research from ...
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