Synaesthesia research


Synaesthesia publications from 2001:

Aleman, A., Rutten, G. J. M., Sitskoorn, M. M., Dautzenberg,  G., &  Ramsey,  N.  F. (2001). Activation of striate  cortex  in  the absence  of  visual stimulation: An fMRI study  of  synaesthesia. Neuroreport, 12, 2827-2830.

Bradshaw, J. L., & Mattingley, J. M. (2001). Allodynia: A sensory analogue of motor mirror neurons in a hyperaesthetic patient reporting instantaneous discomfort to another's perceived sudden minor injury? Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry, 70, 135-136.

Day,  S. A. (2001). Trends in synesthetically colored  graphemes and phonemes. Iconicity in Language.

Glicksohn, J. (2001). Metaphor and consciousness: The path less taken. Journal of Mind and Behavior, 22, 343-363.

Gray,  R.  (2001a).  Cognitive  modules,  synaesthesia  and   the constitution   of  psychological  natural  kinds.   Philosophical Psychology, 14, 65-82.

Gray, R. (2001b). Synaesthesia and misrepresentation: A reply  to Wagar. Philosophical Psychology, 14, 339-346.

Grossenbacher,  P.  G., & Lovelace, C. T. (2001).  Mechanisms  of synaesthesia: Cognitive and physiological constraints. Trends  in Cognitive Sciences, 5, 36-41.

Martino, G., & Marks, L. E. (2001). Synesthesia: Strong and weak. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 10, 61-65.

Mattingley,  J.  B.,  Rich,  A. N., &  Bradshaw,  J.  L.  (2001). Unconscious  priming eliminates automatic binding of  colour  and alphanumeric form in synaesthesiaNature, 410, 580-582.

Morrot, G., Brochet, F., & Dubourdieu, D. (2001). The color of odors. Brain and Language, 79, 309-320.

Ramachandran,  V.  S.,  & Hubbard, E. M. (2001a).  Psychophysical investigations into the neural basis of synaesthesia. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B, 268, 979-983.

Ramachandran, V. S., & Hubbard, E. M. (2001b). Synaesthesia - A window  into perception, thought and languageJournal of Consciousness Studies, 8, 3-34.

Revonsuo,  A.  (2001).  Putting  color  back  where  it  belongs. Consciousness and Cognition, 10, 78-84.

Robertson,  L. C. (2001). Colour my i's blue. Nature,  410,  533534.

Rowe, J. B., Owen, A. M., Johnsrude, I. S., & Passingham, R. E. (2001). Imaging the mental components of a planning task. Neuropsychologia, 39, 315-327.

Smilek,  D., Dixon, M. J., Cudahy, C., & Merikle, P. M.  (2001a). Concept driven color experiences in  digit-color synesthesia. Brain and Cognition, 48, 570-573.

Smilek,  D., Dixon, M. J., Cudahy, C., & Merikle, P. M.  (2001b). Synaesthetic  photisms  influence visual perceptionJournal  of Cognitive Neuroscience, 13, 930-936.

Steen,  C.  J.  (2001). Visions shared: A firsthand look into synesthesia and art. Leonardo, 34, 203-208. Wagar,  A.  (2001).  Synaesthesia  misrepresentedPhilosophical Psychology, 14, 347-351.

Wagar,  B.  M.,  Dixon, M. J., Smilek, D., & Cudahy,  C.  (2001). Colored  photisms prevent object-substitution masking  in  digitcolor synesthesia. Brain and Cognition, 48, 606-611.

Weiss,  P. H., Shah, N. J., Toni, I., Zilles, K., & Fink,  G.  R. (2001).  Associating colours with people: A  case  of  chromaticlexical synaesthesia. Cortex, 37, 750-753.