Wednesday Is Indigo Blue

Author: Richard E. Cytowic
Publisher: MIT Press
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" His mother understood exactly what he meant because she, too, had synesthesia. Nabokov's son Dmitri, who recounts this tale in the afterword to this book, is also a synesthete -- further illustrating how synesthesia runs in families.

Oxford Handbook Of Synesthesia

Author: Julia Simner
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199603324
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Consciousness A Very Short Introduction

Author: Susan Blackmore
Publisher: Oxford University Press
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For different views on neuropsychology, see V. S. Ramachandran and S.
Blakeslee, Phantoms in the Brain (London: Fourth Estate, 1998); C. Koch,
Consciousness: Confessions of a Romantic Reductionist (Cambridge, MA: MIT
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2014). For synaesthesia, see R. E. Cytowic and D. M. Eagleman, Wednesday is
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Sensory Integration And The Unity Of Consciousness

Author: David Bennett
Publisher: MIT Press
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Developing Synaesthesia

Author: Nicolas Rothen
Publisher: Frontiers Media SA
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Redefining synaesthesia? Br. J. Psychol. 103, 20–23. doi:10.1111/j.2044-
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Cognition Brain And Consciousness

Author: Bernard J. Baars
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A genomewide scan is identifying the most probable genetic region responsible
for synesthesia FIGURE 5.26 In a common form of synesthesia, months and days
of the month can have both colors and specific spatial configurations. Source:
Cytowic and Eagleman, 2009 in Wednesday is Indigo Blue: Discovering the
Brain of Synesthesia. Cambridge: MIT Press. in these families. Understanding the
genetic basis of synesthesia yields insight into the way normal brains are wired.

The Brain

Author: David Eagleman
Publisher: Vintage
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Eagleman DM (2013) “Neural networks of colored sequence synesthesia.”
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Sensory Blending

Author: Ophelia Deroy
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The Oxford Handbook Of Philosophy Of Perception

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Embodied Metaphors In Film Television And Video Games

Author: Kathrin Fahlenbrach
Publisher: Routledge
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