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Synesthesia: Gluing Together Time, Number, and Space

Abstract:

This chapter describes the phenomenon of time and/or number, space (TNS) synesthesia, its possible neural mechanisms and its effect on everyday life functioning. The account for the allegedly contrasting evidence relies on the idea that both synesthetes and non-synesthetes share the same cognitive and neural mechanisms and the differences between them are down to different levels of conscious awareness and the intensity of the TNS association. Namely, synesthetes who visualize early months on...

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Kadosh, RC More by this author
Gertner, L More by this author
Publisher:
Elsevier Inc.
Pages:
123-132
Publication date:
2011
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URN:
uuid:aab7eb5e-2e6c-4277-8e8c-f64f0ff058b9
Source identifiers:
426521
Local pid:
pubs:426521
Language:
English

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