Synaesthesia research


Synaesthesia publications from 2009:

Afra, M., Funke, M., & Matsuo, F. (2009). Acquired auditory-visual synesthesia: A window to early cross-modal sensory interactions. Psychology Research and Behavior Management, 2, 31-37.

Asher, J. E., Lamb, J. A., Brocklebank, D., Cazier, J. B., Maestrini, E., Addis, L., Sen, M., Baron-Cohen, S., & Monaco, A. P. (2009). A Whole-Genome Scan and Fine-Mapping Linkage Study of Auditory-Visual Synesthesia Reveals Evidence of Linkage to Chromosomes 2q24, 5q33, 6p12, and 12p12. American Journal of Human Genetics, 84(2), 279-285.

Banissy, M. J., Kadosh, R. C., Maus, G. W., Walsh, V., & Ward, J. (2009). Prevalence, characteristics and a neurocognitive model of mirror-touch synaesthesia. Experimental Brain Research, 198(2-3), 261-272.

Banissy, M. J., Walsh, V., & Ward, J. (2009). Enhanced sensory perception in synaesthesia. Experimental Brain Research, 196(4), 565-571.

Bargary, G., Barnett, K. J., Mitchell, K. J., & Newell, F. N. (2009). Colored-Speech Synaesthesia Is Triggered by Multisensory, Not Unisensory, Perception. Psychological Science, 20(5), 529-533.

Fitzgibbon, B. M., Giummarra, M. J., Georgiou-Karistianis, N., Enticott, P. G., & Bradshaw, J. L. (2010). Shared pain: From empathy to synaesthesia. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 34(4), 500-512.

Gertner, L., Henik, A., & Kadosh, R. C. (2009). When 9 is not on the right: Implications from number-form synesthesia. Consciousness and Cognition, 18, 366-374.

Goller, A. I., Otten, L. J., & Ward, J. (2009). Seeing sounds and hearing colors: An event-related potential study of auditory-visual synesthesia. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 21, 1869-1881.

Holcombe, A. O., Altschuler, E. L., & Over, H. J. (2009). A developmental theory of synaesthesia with long historical roots: A comment on Hochel and Milan. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 26, 227-229.

Janke, L., Beeli, G., Eulig, C., & Hanggi, J. (2009). The neuroanatomy of grapheme-color synesthesia. European Journal of Neuroscience, 29, 1287-1293.

Jewanski, J., Day, S. A., & Ward, J. (2009). A colorful albino: The first documented case of synaesthesia, by Georg Tobias Ludwig Sachs in 1812. Journal of the History of Neurosciences, 18, 293-303.

Kadosh, R. C., Henik, A., Catena, A., Walsh, V., & Fuentes, L. J. (2009). Induced Cross-Modal Synaesthetic Experience Without Abnormal Neuronal Connections. Psychological Science, 20(2), 258-265.

Mattingley, J. B. (2009). Attention, automaticity and awareness in synesthesia. Year in Cognitive Neuroscience 2009, 1156, 141-167.

Meier, B., & Rothen, N. (2009). Training grapheme-colour associations produces a synaesthetic Stroop effect, but not a conditioned synaesthetic response. Neuropsychologia, 47(4), 1208-1211.