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We are all capable of "hearing" shapes and sizes and perhaps even "tasting" sounds, according to researchers. This blending of sensory experiences, or synaesthesia, they say, influences our perception and helps us make sense of a jumble of simultaneous sensations...

2009-05-28

 word language meaning taste senses synaesthesia food perception
Imagine if you could see time laid out in front of you, or surrounding your body. And you could physically point to specific dates in space.

2009-11-11

 time brain psychology space language memory synaesthesia colour