Synaesthesia research

1950 - 1959

Synaesthesia publications from between 1950 and 1959:

Landgren, S. (1957). Convergence of tactile, thermal, and gustatory impulses on single cortical cells. Acta Physiologica Scandinavica, 40, 210-221.

Uhlich, E. (1957). Synesthesia in the two sexes. Zeitschrift fuer Experimentelle und Angewandte Psychologie, 4, 31-57.

Murray, D. C., & Deabler, H. L. (1957). Colors and mood-tones. Journal of Applied Psychology, 41, 279-183.

Simpson, R. H., Quinn, M., & Ausubel, D. P. (1956). Synesthesia in children: Association of colors with pure tone frequencies. Journal of Genetic Psychology, 89, 95-103.

Simpson, L., & McKellar, P. (1955). Types of synaesthesia. Journal of Mental Science, 101, 141-147.

Asch, S. E. (1955). On the use of metaphor in the description of persons. In H. Werner (Ed.), On Expressive Language. Worcester, MA: Clark University Press.

Masson, D. I. (1952). Synesthesia and sound spectra. Word, 8, 39-41.

Delay, J., Gerard, H. P., & Racameir, P. C. (1951). Synesthesias in mescalin intoxication. Encephale, 40, 1-10.