Synaesthesia research


Synaesthesia publications from 2000:

Berardi,  A. (2000). High-level visual processing in a case of visual/tactile synaesthesia. International Journal of Psychology, 35, 417.

Brugger,  P.,  &  della  Betta, M. (2000).  A  "SCARC-effect"  in synaesthesia?  Evidence  for an analog representation  of  colors associated with digits. European Journal of Neuroscience, 12, 167.

Dixon,  M.  J., Smilek, D., Cudahy, C., & Merikle, P. M.  (2000). Five plus two equals yellow. Nature, 406, 365.

Martino, G., & Marks, L. E. (2000). Cross-modal interaction between vision and touch: The role of synesthetic correspondence. Perception, 29, 745-754.

Troup, L. (2000). Can synaesthesia be explained by 40Hz oscillations? Consciousness and Cognition, 9, S38-S39.

Weeks, R., Horwitz, B., Aziz-Sultan, A., Tian, B., Wessinger, C. M., Cohen, L., et al. (2000). A positron emission tomographic study of auditory localization in the congenitally blind. Journal of Neuroscience, 20, 2664-2672.