chromesthesia
chromesthesia chromesthesia n. a form of synesthesia in which nonvisual stimulation results in the experience of color sensations. [Also spelled {chromaesthesia}.] [WordNet 1.5]

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  • Chromesthesia — is a specific type of synesthesia, in which the person afflicted sees colors when a tone is sounded. This is a write up of a longitudinal case study conducted by Paul A. Haack and Rudolph E. Radocy in four interviews and testing sessions over the …   Wikipedia

  • chromesthesia — 1. The color sense. 2. A condition in which nonvisual stimuli, such as taste or smell, cause the perception of color. [G. chroma, color, + aisthesis, sensation] * * * chrom·es·the·sia or chiefly Brit chrom·aes·the·sia .krō …   Medical dictionary

  • chromesthesia — chrom·esthesia …   English syllables

  • chromesthesia — noun a form of synesthesia in which nonvisual stimulation results in the experience of color sensations • Syn: ↑chromaesthesia • Hypernyms: ↑synesthesia, ↑synaesthesia • Hyponyms: ↑colored hearing, ↑colored audition …   Useful english dictionary

  • chromaesthesia — chromesthesia chromesthesia n. a form of synesthesia in which nonvisual stimulation results in the experience of color sensations. [Also spelled {chromaesthesia}.] [WordNet 1.5] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • color hearing — n CHROMESTHESIA * * * a form of chromesthesia in which sounds cause sensations of color …   Medical dictionary

  • colored audition — noun a form of chromesthesia in which experiences of color accompany auditory stimuli • Syn: ↑colored hearing • Hypernyms: ↑chromesthesia, ↑chromaesthesia …   Useful english dictionary

  • colored hearing — noun a form of chromesthesia in which experiences of color accompany auditory stimuli • Syn: ↑colored audition • Hypernyms: ↑chromesthesia, ↑chromaesthesia …   Useful english dictionary

  • Synesthesia — For other uses, see Synesthesia (disambiguation). How someone with synesthesia might perceive certain letters and numbers. Synesthesia (also spelled synæsthesia or synaesthesia, plural synesthesiae or synaesthesiae), from the ancient Greek σύν… …   Wikipedia

  • Ordinal linguistic personification — (OLP, or personification for short) is a form of synesthesia in which ordered sequences, such as ordinal numbers, days, months and letters are associated with personalities (Simner Hubbard 2006). Although this form of synesthesia was documented… …   Wikipedia

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