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The Synesthesia Project

The Synesthesia Project

Synaesthesia – When e.g. the Days of the Week Are Experienced in Colours

Some people perceive e.g. the days of the week in colours. It is called synesthesia and refers to the phenomenon that one sensory input triggers a sensory input from another sensory area. Synesthesia involves different types of sensory perception from the perception of days of the week in different colours to spatial information associated with different numbers. The project aims to explore synaesthesia and how it affects cognitive processes such as memory, cognitive control and attention. Read more about the project

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