Synaesthesia research

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Julia Simner's Very Short Introduction to Synaesthesia has been published by Oxford University Press.

Royal Society, London, hosts meeting on Bridging the Senses: New Developments in Synaesthesia.

Jamie Ward gives TEDx talk at Cambridge University on The Curious World of Synaesthesia.

 

If you use Twitter, you can keep up to date with our work by following Jamie Ward, Jennifer Mankin, and Giles Hamilton-Fletcher

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RT @GretchenAMcC: Eeyore, when pronounced in a non-rhotic accent, is literally the sound a donkey makes. twitter.com/sproudfoot/sta…

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