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What is Synesthesia?
Those with synesthesia interpret information differently. When they hear a song, they can see figures or colors, or even be able to taste a piece of fruit. Essentially, they experience one or more senses through another.
How can we all tap into this?
As we explore the basis of sense-blending potential, such as the flavor of light or the color of smell, our primary purposes will be to publish journals of scientific scholarship. In addition to our journals, we’ll release products to accompany both scent and sound.
To access our full published review, Perspectives, visit http://bit.ly/cosdec21.
To become a member of our Center of Synesthesia Research Institute visit our Membership Page.
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