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does your period affect your synesthesia? (question for everyone really)

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Anonymous asked: does your period affect your synesthesia? (question for everyone really) Answer: Mine does. It gets a lot stronger and I’m more prone to sensory overloads. (Anonyme question : does your period affect your synesthesia?

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Synesthesia Project | FAQ

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@MikePMoffatt @Nicki_Doyle The Boston University Synesthesia Project might interest you. Sounds & colours feature http://t.co/KfltZhJXLw

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Why Does Evolution Allow Some People to Taste Words?

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The neural tangling known as synesthesia may have survived evolution because it offers benefits in creative thinking, a new study hints.

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Frontiers | Training, hypnosis, and drugs: artificial synaesthesia, or artificial paradises? | Frontiers in Cognitive Science

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The last few years have seen the publication of a number of studies by researchers claiming to have induced “synaesthesia”, “pseudo-synaesthesia”, or “synaesthesia-like” phenomena in non-synaesthetic participants.

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Seeing synaesthetic stars during sex

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A study in Frontiers in Psychology asked people who have emotional synaesthesia – they see colours when they have certain emotions – about what they experience during sex.

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The smells and colours of numbers, the biology of violence and Dara O’Briain. – Newstalk 106-108 fm

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Newstalk 106-108 fm
The smells and colours of numbers, the biology of violence and Dara O’Briain.
Newstalk 106-108 fm
We’ll also be telling you if you have ‘synaesthesia’.

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10 Weird Ways Your Brain Is Tricking You

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Our brain decides how we perceive everything around us. It informs our decisions, guiding us carefully through the fog that is the world around us . . . except for when it lies to us. You see, our brains are fickle friends and love to play games.

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Synesthesia Could Explain How Some People See ‘Auras’

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Experience of ‘auras’ around people may be result of a neuropsychological condition called synesthesia.

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Kwes – Ilp – mxdwn.com

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Kwes – Ilp
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Synesthesia is the simultaneous occurrence of multiple senses. In Kwes’s case, he hears color, a sub-group of synethesia called chromesthesia.

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