Synaesthesia research

News

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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