Synesthesia: Perspectives from Cognitive Neuroscience

By Lynn C. Robertson; Noam Sagiv | Go to book overview

Subject Index
Absolute pitch, color-sound associations, 37–38
Achromatic, term, 47
Adults, sensory matching, 202–204
After effects
defying explanation, 54–55
McCollough effect, 53–54
Afterimages, alphanumeric characters, 49–50
Alien color effect, colored-hearing synesthesia, 139–141
Alpha enhancement, mechanism, 42
Alphanumeric categorization, different colors, 163
Alphanumeric characters, afterimages, 49–50
Ambiguous characters, examples, 50
American Medical Association, synesthesia, 17
American Psychological Association, synesthesia, 17
American Synesthesia Association
existence, 17
first annual meeting, 30
Analogies, synesthesia as propensity to create, 241–242
Angular gyrus
bouba-kiki effect, 171–172
cross-modal synthesis, 173
jaggedness, 172
patients with anomia, 174
spatial sense modalities, 171
Anomia, patients with, 174
Anosmatic synesthetes, smell color, 17
Apparent motion
perception of bistable, 56
synesthetically evoked colors driving, 151–152
Artists, synesthesia, 169–170
Associations
color-number, 35–36
learned, vs. genuine sensory events, 68
Associative learning
limitations, 216
theory of synesthesia, 215, 218– 219
Associative synesthetes, projective synesthetes vs., 48–49
Attention
absence of awareness, 245–247
attentional blink paradigm, 117– 120
attentional load experiments, 113
color-naming times, 114–115
conventional Stroop effect, 116
criteria, 244
cross-activation of sensory maps, 159–160
dual-task paradigms, 245

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