Synaesthesia research

1960 - 1969

Synaesthesia publications from between 1960 and 1969:

Horowitz, M. J. (1969). Flashbacks: Recurrent intrusive images after use of LSD. American Journal of Psychiatry, 126, 565-569.

Hollister, L. E. (1968). Chemical psychoses: LSD and related drugs. Springfield, Illinois: Charles C. Thomas.

Devereux, G. (1966). An unusual audio-motor synesthesia in an adolescent. Psychiatric Quarterly, 40, 459-471.

Ostwald, P. F. (1964). Color hearing. Archives of General Psychiatry, 11, 40-47.

Hartman, A. M., & Hollister, L. E. (1963). Effect of mescaline, lysergic acid diethylamide and psilocybin on color perception. Psychopharmacolgia, 4, 441-451.

Krill, A. E., Alpert, H. J., & Ostfeld, A. M. (1963). Effects of a hallucinogenic agent in totally blind subjects. Archives of Othalmology, 69, 180-185.

Wright, B., & Rainwater, L. (1962). The meaning of color. Journal of General Psychology, 67, 89-99.

Carroll, J. B., & Greenberg, J. H. (1961). Two cases of synaesthesia for color and musical tonality associated with absolute pitch. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 13, 48.

Davis, R. (1961). The fitness of names to drawings: A cross-cultural study in Tanganyika. British Journal of Psychology, 52, 259-268.

Osgood, C. E. (1960). The cross-cultural generality of visual-verbal synesthetic tendencies. Behavioral Science, 5, 146-169.