Synaesthesia research


26/04/2014: The Guardian / The Observer: How we all could benefit from synaesthesia

12/12/2013: Out now: the Oxford Handbook of Synesthesia

25/11/2013: Research Topic: Developing Synaesthesia (Frontiers in Human Neuroscience)

25/11/2013: Research Topic: Synaesthesia (Frontiers in Psychology)


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RT @markhoppus: Oh great a female Doctor Who. What next? Female real doctors? Female pilots? Female scientists? Female sisters and mothers? Female WOMEN?!

My usual warning flag that it's time to stop writing my thesis for the day is when I can't spell "synaesthesia" anymore.

RT @annamassus: The psycholinguistics of #synaesthesia: What can we learn from studying synaesthetes? by @jenaesthesia

@PsyPAGQuarterly Thanks very much to @PsyPAG and @PsyPAGQuarterly for the grant and for publishing my article - exc……

An article I wrote on the #psycholinguistics of #synaesthesia appears in the current issue of @PsyPAGQuarterly!

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