Cytowic Hirshhorn Lectures
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Part 2
Part 3
Part 4
"Synaesthesia -- crossovers in the senses", by Mo Costandi, for The Guardian.
"Can you see time?", by Victoria Gill, for BBB News.
"First Person: 'I hear sounds in colour'", by Richard Partington, for The Independent
"People may be able to taste words", by Victoria Gill, for BBC News.
"I have syn. I see things you don't", by TL Reid, for The Tyee.
"The Sight of Music", by Theresa Dillon, for ASU Web Devil.
"When senses intersect", by Richard Cytowic, for Scientific American.
"Seeing color in sounds has genetic link", by Elizabeth Landau, for
"Genetic roots of synaesthesia unearthed", by David Robson, for NewScientist.
"Ouch, I saw that", by Alison Abbot, for NatureNews.
"The letter E is purple", by Alison Buckholtz, for
"O cheiro do som e a cor do gosto", by Christine Gerk, for Jornal do Brasil.
"New Insight into People Who Taste Words", by Ker Than for LiveScience.
"A Special Few Can 'Taste' a Word Before They Can Say It", by J.R. Minkel for Scientific American.
Last updated: 21.Oct.2014
Some People Really Can Taste the Rainbow, by Audrey Carlsen, for The Salt (NPR)
Sinestesia: cuando el dolor es amarillo y la música se ve en colores
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