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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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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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Blue Cats and Chartreuse Kittens: How Synesthetes Color Their Worlds

Patricia Lynne Duffy - Psychology - 2011 - 192 pages
Imagine a world in which words have colors and sounds have tastes. In his autobiography, Vladimir Nabokov described this neurological phenomenon, which helped inspire David ...
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Mind in Everyday Life and Cognitive Science

Sunny Y. Auyang - Psychology - 2001 - 528 pages
Although cognitive science has obtained abundant data on neural and computational processes, it barely explains such ordinary experiences as recognizing faces, feeling pain, or ...
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