Synaesthesia Discovery

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October 12, 2013
by Spring
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Multiple Dimension Visual Synaesthesia

Synaesthetes are often visual learners. Their visual perceptions, I believe, can be quite different from those of non-synaesthetes. Once, a colleague of mine, who also has multiple synaesthesia, said to me that 3D visualisation was something we (synaesthetes) were good … Continue reading

October 10, 2013
by Spring

Synaesthesia and Languages

Advanced foreign language learning skills can be possibly categorised as an important cognitive trait of synaesthetes. It has not been widely recognised. However, there has been a well documented case of Daniel Tammet who learnt Icelandic, a difficult European language, … Continue reading

October 7, 2013
by Spring

Synaesthete Projectors

One of the most intriguing features of synaesthesia is a synaesthete’s ability of projecting their synaesthetic responses to an external space. Synaesthetes who possess this extreme form of synaesthesia are called Synaesthete Projectors. They differ greatly from Synaesthete Associators who … Continue reading