donderdag 29 januari 2015

Artikel: The potential benefits of synaesthesia

BPS, 'The potential benefits of synaesthesia', http://www.alphagalileo.org/ViewItem.aspx?ItemId=149211&CultureCode=en, British Psychological Society (BPS), AlphaGalileo (29 January 2015).

Environmental

Synaesthesia was first reported in 1812, but only recognised as a neurological condition in the 1990s.

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A condition in which stimulation of one sense, such as taste, leads to automatic, involuntary experience in a second sense.

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Whilst predominantly thought to be a hereditary condition, there is evidence that environmental associations from childhood have a strong effect on the symptoms of synaesthesia.

Zoekwoorden

Synesthesie, zintuig, zintuigen

Oorspronkelijk

Jack Dutton, 'The surprising world of synaesthesia', The Psychologist (2015), Vol.28 (February), pp.106-109

Link

BPS, The potential benefits of synaesthesia, http://www.alphagalileo.org/ViewItem.aspx?ItemId=149211&CultureCode=en, British Psychological Society (BPS), AlphaGalileo (29 January 2015).