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Gray Bananas and a Red Letter A — From Synesthetic Sensation to Memory Colors

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Weiss, Franziska ; Greenlee, Mark W. ; Volberg, Gregor
Date of publication of this fulltext: 07 Jun 2018 07:51


Grapheme-color synesthesia is a condition in which objectively achromatic graphemes induce concurrent color experiences. While it was long thought that the colors emerge during perception, there is growing support for the view that colors are integral to synesthetes' cognitive representations of graphemes. In this work, we review evidence for two opposing theories positing either a perceptual or ...


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