Brain study explores what makes colors and numbers collide
Via Scoop.it – Philosophy and Science of Mind and Brain
Someone with the condition known as grapheme-color synesthesia might experience the number 2 in turquoise or the letter S in magenta. Now, researchers reporting their findings online in the Cell Press journal Current Biology on November 17 have shown that those individuals also show heightened activity in a brain region responsible for vision.
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