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Olympia Colizoli talks about synesthesia and neuroscience   University of Amsterdam, March 21, 2014
Interview filmed by Lidell Simpson at the University of Amsterdam Feb 27, 2012. Olympia talks about her form of synesthesia, her research relating to colored.
What Synesthesia Can Tell Us About Connections in the Brain   UniversityRochester, October 31, 2013
Duje Tadin, a professor of brain and cognitive sciences at the University of Rochester leads the investigation
What color is Tuesday? Exploring synesthesia TED-Ed, June 10, 2013
Richard E. Cytowic explains the fascinating world of entangled senses and why we may all have just a touch of synesthesia.
Synesthesia: Hearing colours, tasting sounds - David Eagleman University of Sydney, May 2, 2013
David Eagleman speaks about synesthesia: Imagine a world of magenta Tuesdays, tastes of blue, and symphonies seen as well as heard. At least one in a hundred otherwise normal people experience the world...
Synesthesia: A Documentary on Perception, Sound, Color, and Movement Kaitrin Acuna, April 11, 2013
A Documentary on Synesthesia
Synesthesia - Numberphile Numberphile, February 22, 2013
Talking about Grapheme to Colour Synesthesia with Alex from Bite Sci-Zed.
Hearing Colors, Seeing Sounds: Synesthesia - SciShow SciShow, July 31, 2012
"There are many different forms," says David Eagleman, a neuroscientist known for his ability to garner important insights into the nature of perception and consciousness through idiosyncratic methods. "Essentially, any cross-blending of the senses that you can think of, my colleagues and I have found a case somewhere."
Seeing Sound, Tasting Color: Synesthesia Big Think, July 29, 2012
Hank explains the little we know about the perceptual condition known as synesthesia, where a person involuntary associates one sensation or experience with another sensation.
Interview with Patricia Lynne Duffy spannedy, December 3, 2011
Patricia Lynne Duffy talks about her synesthesia from the documentary, "Craving Color" by Lisa Santoro
Synesthesia, do you have it? IamMeganImel, July 8, 2011
A vlog about synesthesia and the types he has
Lady Gaga & Jesus Talk Synesthesia devrymd1, June 10, 2011
Lady and Jesus know more about neuroscience than you think
Know your brain: Synesthesia MichaelPayton67, August 16, 2011
News and findings in the world of psychology and cognitive neuroscience
What is Synesthesia? Healthguru, December 3, 2010
Explanation of synesthesia by mental health guru, Dr. Jeff Cardere, Ph.d.
Synesthesia - A very short introduction MichaelPayton67, June 28, 2010
Video that summarizes what synesthesia is to people who don't know about this somewhat rare neurological condition
Synesthesia - How do you get diagnosed? peneraserlove, July 23, 2009
Red Mondays and Gemstone Jalapenos: The Synesthetic World ResearchChannel, July 15, 2009
Synesthesia is the blending or mixing of senses. A synesthete, for example, might see colors when listening to music or taste flavors when hearing a word. Dr. David Eagleman of Baylor College of Medicine explains this strange condition, and four synesthetes explain how they perceive the world
Synesthesia Lexie527, August 21, 2008
Interesting personal explanation of graphame to color synesthesia
VS Ramachandran on your mind TED, October, 2007
Vilayanur Ramachandran tells us what brain damage can reveal about the connection between celebral tissue and the mind, using three startling delusions as examples
Oliver Sacks - Musicophilia - Bright Blue Music Oliver Sacks talks about musical synesthesia
Synesthesia-Trick of the Senses. Part 1 Documentary about the rare neurological condition called synesthesia
Synesthesia-Trick of the Senses. Part 2 Documentary about the rare neurological condition called synesthesia
Synesthesia-Trick of the Senses. Part 3 Documentary about the rare neurological condition called synesthesia
Cytowic on Synesthesia at the Hirshhorn Pt I Richard E. Cytowic, M.D. talks about synesthesia at the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington D.C.
Cytowic on Synesthesia at the Hirshhorn Pt II Richard E. Cytowic, M.D. talks about synesthesia at the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington D.C.
Drs. Cytowic and Frakowiak on Synesthesia A documentary on sight and sound. This clip discusses their fusion in the fascinating phenomenon of synesthesia.
Extraordinary people - Synaesthetes Research being done at the University of Zuerich
Screensaver reveals new test for synaesthesia California Institute of Technology video test to determine existence of auditory synesthesia.  Take the test to see if you are an auditory synesthete!
Synesthesia University of Colorado at Boulder
A film by Mike Crawford about his synesthetic friend and photographer Patrick Lewis, 2006
nine + purple = cheese [Part One]
 
University of Auckland, New Zealand, Department of Film, Television & Media Studies
Part 1 of short documentary produced by Laura Thompson, including interviews with synaesthetic sisters, Laura and Sarah Thompson, synaesthete James Wannerton, author and journalist Andrew Clifford, and Lindsay Hearne,  2006
nine + purple = cheese [Part Two]
 
University of Auckland, New Zealand, Department of Film, Television & Media Studies
Part 2 of short documentary produced by Laura Thompson, including interviews with synaesthetic sisters, Laura and Sarah Thompson, synaesthete James Wannerton, author and journalist Andrew Clifford, and Lindsay Hearne,  2006
Seeing Life in Colors: Crosswired Senses ABC Primetime, Aug. 15, 2006
N
ews segment on Laura Rosser, 24, and others who have synesthesia, including interview with the neurologist Dr. Richard Cytowic
 
2nd International Conference on Synaesthesia Hanover Medical University, December 1st-3rd, 2006
A video of statements collected during the conference, including Patricia Lynne Duffy and Marcia R. Smilak
 
Why Can Some of Us See Sounds? Second (continuation) Australian TV segment on synesthesia and the research being done on it in researcher Dr. Eagleman's lab, including interview with Sean Day
 James May & Synaesthesia
 
BBC, Top Gear announcer James May discussing the effects of word-taste synaesthesia with James, a synaesthete
Synaesthesia at the University of Waterloo, Canada Global News Toronto, July 29, 2005
News segment focusing on synaesthesia research at the university
Informative Speech #3
 
Belmont University, Belmont Speech Lab, Nashville TN
Informative speech on synesthesia
Synaesthesia: Which color is A? Part I
 
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich
Three part video by synaesthete
Marc Jacques Mächler
Part I is about the the synaesthetic perception

Synaesthesia: Which color is A? Part II Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich
Three part video by synaesthete Marc Jacques Mächler
Part II is about the neurological and scientific aspects
Synaesthesia: Which color is A? Part III
 
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich
Three part video by synaesthete
Marc Jacques Mächler
Part III is about the prevalence and social aspects

Some selected articles on synesthesia


Synaesthesia in Fiction   Cortex, Vol. 46, pp. 277-278, 2010, by Patricia L. Duffy and Julia Simner
'George Bush is like crusty potato' BBC News, March 29, 2008, by James Wannerton, president of the UK Synaesthesia Association.  He explains how the condition which "mixes the senses" affects his life.
Personal Coding: the Varieties of Linguistic Experience   Folio Journal of the Materials Development Association, vol. 10, no. 1, August 2005 and vol.10, no. 2, January 2006, by Patricia L. Duffy
The Fourth Annual National Conference of the American Synesthesia Association, Inc. Leonardo, Decemeber 1, 2004, review of the conference, November 5-7, 2004 at the University of California, Berkeley, hosted by the Institute for Cognitive and Brain Sciences, reviewed by Amy Ione, the Diatrope Institute
Feeling blue?: The colorful world of synesthesia
A&S Online, University of Virginia, College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, March 2004, by Jeanne Nicholson Siler
Real Rhapsody in Blue: A quirky phenomenon that scientists once dismissed could help explain the creativity of the human brain   Newsweek, November 25, 2003, by Anne Underwood
Hearing Colors, Tasting Shapes: People with synesthesia--whose senses blend together--are providing valuable clues to understanding the organization and functions of the human brain Scientific American, May 2003, by Vilayanur S. Ramachandran and Edward M. Hubbard
For Some, Pain Is Orange   Smithsonian Magazine, February, 2001, by Susan Hornik
Five Plus Two Equals Yellow
Nature, July 27, 2000, by Mike J. Dixon, Daniel Smilek, Cera Cudahy, Philip M. Merikle
Do You See What They See? Discover Magazine, December 1999, by Brad Lemley
When People See a Sound and Hear a Color? The New York Times, February 23, 1999, by Erica Goode

Other published articles on synesthesia
What is synesthesia and what's it like to have it?: Synesthetes can taste sounds, smell colors or see scents, and research proves these people — who make up 4 percent of the population — experience reality differently    mother nature network, October 5, 2014, by Laura Moss
Blood Orange Gives TED Talk About Hearing Colors - Dev Hynes: "Every sound I associate with a color and every color I associate with a sound." Spin, March 21, 2014, by Alyssa Noel
What It's Like To Experience Synesthesia: The Taste Of Music And Colors Of Language Medical Daily, March 7, 2014, by Susan Scutti
Synesthesia Linked to Autism PsychCentral, February 11, 2014, by Jane Collingwood, Associate News Editor
Sound and Touch Collide: There might be a little synesthesia in each of us Nautilus, February 6, 2014, by Virginia Hughes
What the Hell Is Synesthesia and Why Does Every Musician Seem to Have It? Pitchfork, January 31, 2014, by Ryan Dombal
I Am Curious Yellow: Life With Synesthesia The Toast, January 28, 2014, by Gabrielle Loisel
Life with Synesthesia: Singer-songwriter Louise Burns on seeing music, tasting numbers and the cross-sensory experience of synesthesia TheTalkhouse, January 25, 2014, by Louise Burns
Synesthesia Finally Has Resume Value: Ground-breaking BusinessWeek feature champions marketable skills of synesthetes Psychology Today, January 21, 2014, by Maureen Seaberg
The Mind's Eye: Synesthesia Has Business Benefits BloombergBusinessweek, January 9, 2014, by Caroline Winter
Sense-jumbling synesthesia often accompanies autism Simons Foundation Autism Research Initiative, December 17, 2013, by Laura Geggel
Study delves deeper into effects of autism The Norman Transcript, November 27, 2013, by Elizabeth Norton
Man designs food themed tube map after discovering he can 'taste' his way around the London Underground London Evening Standard, November 25, 2013, by Rachel Blundy
Man creates map of what each station in subway system tastes like MSN Now, November 23,2013
‘Mixing’ of Senses More Common in Autism Health, November 22, 2013
Examiner, November 22, 2013, by Pasha Bahsun
Synesthesia might be more common in people with autism The Verge, November 20, 2013, by Katie Drummond
Study links synaesthesia to autism BBC, November 19, 2013, by Helen Briggs
Some Kids Outgrow Their Synesthesia Smithsonian.com, November 19, 2013, by Colin Scultz
Rylie VanOrsdol: Her life in colors Sarasota Herald-Tribune, November 17, 2013, by Katy Bergen
Dev Hynes Delivered A Stunning Lecture On Synesthesia and Musical Composition NYU Local, November 14, 2013, by Claire Voon
A Longitudinal Study of Grapheme-Color Synesthesia in Childhood ScienceDaily, November 12, 2013
Researchers study children with grapheme-color synesthesia News-Medical.Net, November 12, 2013
Girl With Synesthesia Can 'Feel' Machines Huffington Post UK, November 11, 2013
Extreme synesthesia: Texas teenager says she can 'feel' the machines around her The Verge, November 10, 2013, by Chris Ziegler
Mind-Melding Teen With Synesthesia Is One With Technology Slate, November 8, 2013, by Katy Waldman
Science to Live By: Our Senses (Part One): Synesthesia Crozet Gazette, November 8, 2013, by J. Dirk Nies, Ph.D.
Tasting the Universe - Synesthesia from the inside out | Ghost in the Machine: 15-year-old Houston synesthete experiencing mirror-touch with machines
'Seeing' in the Dark: Body movements alone trigger 'real visual perceptions in the brain' University of Rochester, October 31, 2013
What Is Sex Like for Someone with Synesthesia? Smithsonian.com, October 29, 2013, by Rose Eveleth
The Globe and Mail, February 10, 2013
Seeing letters as colors: UMSL professor studies synesthesia UMSL Daily, January 31, 2013
'B' is for orange: Synesthesia linked to alphabet magnets in small study The Body Odd on NBCNews.com, January 30, 2013
Word-taste synaesthesia: Tasting names, places and Anne Boleyn BBC News, January 29, 2013,
Learning plays role in synesthesia San Francisco Chronicle, January 29, 2013, by Stephanie M. Lee, Victoria Colliver and Drew Joseph
Can you learn to taste numbers, smell words, or hear colors? io9, January 28, 2013, by Robert T. Gonzalez
Learning and Memory May Play a Central Role in Synesthesia: Link to Childhood Toys Containing Magnetic Colored Letters ScienceDaily, January 23, 2013
Synesthesia: Seeing the World Differently Épistémocritique, January 19, 2013, by Carol Steen
The language of Synesthesia Épistémocritique, January 19, 2013, by Marcia Smilack
Landscapes of Blue, the Iconic Color — Even for Synesthetic Experience Épistémocritique, January 19, 2013, by Patricia Lynne Duffy
Psychology Today, Tasting the Universe from the Inside Out, January 15, 2013, by Maureen Seaberg
Psychology Today, Tasting the Universe from the Inside Out, October 7, 2012, by Maureen Seaberg
Color this chimp amazing: Psychologist suggests synthesthesia may underlie apparent memory feats ScienceNews, July 28, 2012, by Laura Sanders
Teach Yourself to Be Synesthetic: Hear Colors, See Sounds Smithsonian.com, July 11, 2012, by Colin Scultz
Seeing colors in music, tasting flavors in shapes may happen in life's early months Medical Xpress, February 10, 2012, by Alan S. Brown
Psychology Today, Tasting the Universe from the Inside Out, February 9, 2012, by Maureen Seaberg
Psychology Today, Tasting the Universe from the Inside Out, February 2, 2012, by Maureen Seaberg
Your body in my mind in my body Body in Mind, December 20, 2011
UWG psychology department needs study participants The Newman Times-Herald, December 6, 2011 - the University of West Georgia's Department of Psychology is currently seeking 25 people with synesthesia to participate in an experiment
The chimpanzee who sees sounds: Apes' association of tones and shades may hold clues to human synaesthesia and language Nature, December 5, 2011, by Amanda Sexton Ferguson
Synaesthesia: when two senses become one - Notable writers, musicians and artists such as Nabokov, Messiaen and Kandinksy had synaesthesia. So is there a link with creativity? The Guardian, December 5, 2011, by Laura Barnett
N’sider deaf but never in silence The Weekly Northside Sun, August 18, 2011, by Amanda Sexton Ferguson
I can see a Rainbow - The amazing world of Synaesthesia 4barsrest.com, August 12, 2011, by Jessica Ruth Morris
Scientific American, July 4, 2011, by Michele Solis
Experience: I feel other people's pain: 'I was constantly crying – not because something had happened to me, but because I had seen someone else crying'  The Guardian, March 19, 2011, by Fiona Torrance
New Brain Imaging Study Reveals The Structures That Support Color Synesthesia Medical News Today, March 11, 2011, by Laura Fabri, Elsevier
Book Review: Tasting The Universe By Maureen Seaberg Basil & Spice, March 6, 2011 by Dr. Joseph S. Maresca
The Guardian, March 2, 2011
Tasting the Universe Huffington Post, March 1, 2011, by Maureen Seaberg
Ideas conjure up colour for swimming synaesthete NewScientist, March 1, 2011, by Shanta Barley
Synesthesia: A Crossing of the Senses Huffington Post, March 1, 2011, by Jane Chafin
Seeing colors when he hears music Charlotte Observer, February 2, 2011, by Eileen A. Schwartz
For musician with synesthesia, the cello can sound too furry. Or too red Globe & Mail, December 3, 2010, by Robert Everett-Green
Hearing colors, seeing sounds: New research explores sensory overlap in the brain e! Science News, November 16, 2010
Synesthesia and Metaphor: Between Fact and Fiction Huffington Post, August 12, 2010, by April Pierce
Understanding the neurological condition of synesthesia Helium, August 11, 2010, by Olivia Emisar
Extraordinary secrets of our linked-up senses NewScientist, April 21, 2010, by Richard E. Cytowic
IrishTimes.com, March 9, 2010, by Muiris Houston
Smelling Red Cherwell - Student news and reviews at Oxford University, February 4, 2010, by Carinne Piekema
Synesthesia and the McGurk effect Cognitive Daily, January 14, 2010, by Dave Munger
People can 'see' colours while reading despite any experience Daily News & Analysis (DNA), December 28, 2009
When you can taste the music this is why you can: A STUDY has examined a strange sensory condition which causes people to taste music or see colours in words Herald Sun, December 28, 2009
Synesthetic Experiences, Such as Seeing a Certain Color Associated With a Number, Are Real and Automatic ScienceDaily, December 27, 2009
Drinks company boss sips and sees Chester Chronicle, December 24, 2009, by Gil Lightfoot
Can learning play an important role in synaesthesia? Health Jockey, December 18, 2009
A window into the synaesthetic mind NewScientist, December 17, 2009
People with Synesthesia Have Superior Memories Softpedia, December 15, 2009, by Tudor Vieru, Science Editor
A Mind That Touches the Past ScienceNOW Daily News, December 14, 2009, by Olga Kuchment
Synaesthesia needs full attention: study ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation), December 4, 2009, by Dani Cooper
Meet the man who can taste words Blackpool Gazette, November 21, 2009, by Emma Harris
The man who can 'taste' words: 'Gordon Brown tastes revolting, while Tony Blair tastes of desiccated coconut' Daily Mail, October 3, 2009, by Nick McGrath
Can you see time? BBC News / Science & Environment, September 11, 2009, by Victoria Gill, Science reporter
Lightspeed Champion reveals secret musical powers: Dev Hynes speaks about his synesthetic 'gift' for the first time NME, September 2, 2009
In this kitchen, food and music feed off of each other  The Sacramento Bee, August 15, 2009, by Stuart Leavenworth
Hearing Colors: The Unusual World of Synesthesia Divine Caroline, June 17, 2009, by Kathryn Williams
“Seeing” Sounds and “Hearing” Food: The Science of Synesthesia Discover Magazine, Blogs/Discoblog, May 29, 2009
Words have different tasientists news:lite, May 29, 2009
People may be able to taste words BBC News, May 28, 2009, by Victoria Gill, Science Reporter
Scientific American, May 12,2009, interview with Richard Cytowic, by Mind Matter editor, Jonah Lehrer
First genetic clues to synaesthesia revealed WellcomeTrust, February 17, 2009
Hypnosis used to induce 'synaesthesia' NewScientist, February 16, 2009, by David Robson
Taste the rainbow: Examining synesthesia Chicago Flame, February 16, 2009, by Manu Raghavan
CNN, February 9, 2009, by Elizabeth Landau
Hearing the color green The Evening Sun (Chenango County), February 9, 2009
Revealed: The Genetic Root of Seeing Sounds and Tasting Colors Discover Magazine, Fenruary 9, 2009 by Eliza Strickland
Scientists Find Genetic Cause of Synaesthesia Softpedia, February 6, 2009, by Tudor Vieru, Science Editor
Seeing Sounds Or Hearing Colors: Scientists Narrow Search For Genes Associated With Synesthesia ScienceDaily, February 6, 2009, by Cathleen Genova, Cell Press
What Color is the Number 7? Inside Science News Service, November 9, 2008, by Chris Gorski and Jim Dawson
Do we all have some synaesthetic ability? NewScientist, September 30, 2008, by Alison Motluk
It's not easy hearing green Yale Daily News, September 10, 2008, by Catherine Cheney, Staff Reporter
Synesthesia Turns Lights Into Noise: Psychologists have previously reported visual, tactile and taste synesthesias OfficialWire/UPI NewsTrack, August 21, 2008
ABC News, August 20, 2008, by Lee Dye
Scientists Say We Can See Sound FOX News, August 18, 2008, by Robin Nixon
A glimpse into an extraordinary mind Manila Standard Today, August 13, 2008, by Gerry Geronimo
California Scientist Discovers People Who Can Hear Images FOX News, August 8, 2008
Sensory cross-wiring causes people to 'hear' movement Cosmos, August 8, 2008
Neurobiologists Discover Individuals Who 'Hear' Movement ScienceDaily, August 7, 2008
'Can anyone hear that picture?': US scientists have discovered people who can "hear" what they see BBC News, August 7, 2008
Caltech neurobiologists discover individuals who 'hear' movement EuerekaAlert!, August 6, 2008, by Kathy Svitil, California Institute of Technology
The sounds of silent movies: Flickering images can trigger perception of sound Nature, August 5, 2008, by Jim Schnabel
Screensaver reveals new test for synaesthesia NewScientist, August 4, 2008
The Colorful World of Synesthesia: Why some people hear colors or taste sounds   ScienceNews, May 22, 2008, by Susan Gaidos
Consistencies Found In Synaesthesia: Letter 'A' Is Red For Many; 'V' Is Purple   ScienceDaily, April 30, 2008
'George Bush is like crusty potato' BBC News, March 29, 2008, by James Wannerton, president of the UK Synaesthesia Association.  He explains how the condition which "mixes the senses" affects his life.
Conference on 'mixing' of senses BBC News, March 29, 2008
Debate to find out why Karen tastes of blackcurrant The Herald, March 29, 2008, by James Morgan
Helen's colourful language News & Star, March 25, 2008
Helping make sense of a rare condition Edinburgh Evening News, March 19, 2008
Synaesthesia could affect half a million children Telegraph, March 18, 2008, by Roger Highfield, Science Editor
 
Daily Mail, March 18, 2008
Smell sounds, see smells the ticker, Baruch College, The City University of New York, March 10, 2008, by Franklin Cho
Synesthesia: When senses overlap Wisconsin State Journal, March 8, 2008, by Sharyn Alden
Colourful music The Brantford Expositor, March 1, 2008, by Murray Charters
Smelly Sounds: One Person Out Of Every 1,000 Has Synesthesia ScienceDaily, January 2, 2008
1 person out of every 1,000 has synaesthesia, in which an individual can smell a sound EuerekaAlert!, December 26, 2007, by Alicia Callejas Sevilla, Universidad de Grenada
'For me, lyrics have colours' The Guardian, November 2, 2007, by Laura Barton
Colors are music to her ears The Boston Globe, November 1, 2007, by Denise Taylor
Finding the Connection: People who experience sensory cross talk shed light on brain wiring Scientific American, October, 2007, by Melissa Mahony
Research at Rice may help explain aspects of synesthesia EuerekaAlert!, September 25, 2007, by Franz Brotzen, Rice University
Explanation For Synesthesia? Area Deep Within Brain Plays A Role In Sensory Perception ScienceDaily, September 24, 2007
Synesthesia: Common Letters And Numbers Are Brighter, Study Suggests ScienceDaily, September 20, 2007
The more common the digit, the more radiant the color in grapheme color synaesthesia EuerekaAlert!, September 18, 2007, by Jesse Erwin, Association for Psychological Science
Max's Chips and Dips: Seeing Black-and-White Schematics in Color Chip Design Magazine, August/September 2007, by Clive (Max) Maxfield
Perceptions of color Philippine Daily Inquirer, August 25, 2007, by Massie Santos Ballon
Hearing Colors And Seeing Sounds: How Real Is Synesthesia? ScienceDaily, July 26, 2007
I feel for you Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies, June 23, 2007, by Moheb Costandi
What I See, I Feel: Mirror-Touch Synesthesia and Empathy Wired Science, June 20, 2007, by Brandon Keim
My CDs are color-coded, and 'White Album' is first The Huntsville Times, June 18, 2007
Study: People Literally Feel Pain of Others Live Science, June 17, 2007, by Charles Q. Choi
Ouch, I saw that: Some people literally feel what they see Nature, June 17, 2007, by Alison Abbott
Study may explain roots of empathy Independent Online, June 17, 2007, by Julie Steenhuysen
Synthetic Space: Binding Errors In Synesthesia Developing Intelligence, June 6, 2007, by Chris Chatham
Synaesthesia - Too well connected: Why certain people see words in colour The Economist, May 24, 2007
Grapheme-color synesthesia insights gained United Press International, May 23, 2007
Coloured concepts help read the mind New Scientist, May 17, 2007, by Jonah Lehrer
See, hear: When senses combine: People who experience unusual sensory combinations might provide new insights into how our minds work ANU Marketing & Communications, January 15, 2007, by Dr. Kristen Pammer, The Australian National University
Artist shares unique perception in photographs Boston Herald, January 13, 2007, by Brandie M. Jefferson, Associated Press Writer
I'm Off Color: Jo's Rainbow Vision Glasgow Daily Record, January 9, 2007, by Jenny Morrison
What Color Is A?: MRIs Peek into the Brains of Synesthesia Patients ScienceDaily, January 1, 2007
A taste of music Jamaica Gleaner, December 31, 2006, by Dr. Marilyn Anderson
The most beautiful painting you've ever heard: Synesthesia makes sense of art and art from sense Seed Magazine, December 13, 2006, by Virginia Hughes
People with a taste for words are studied United Press International (UPI), November 27, 2006
Eat your words, literally: British scientists study 10 people with a rare neurological anomaly that causes them to 'taste' words Newsday, November 27, 2006, by Jamie Talan, Newsday Staff Writer
Condition causes some to 'taste' words DiscoveryChannel.ca, November 24,2006, by Dragana Kovacevic
Words on the tips of their tongues Cosmos, November 23, 2006, by Hamish Clarke
For a rare few, taste in ear of beholder The Times of India, November 23, 2006
For Some, the Words Just Roll Off the Tongue The New York Times, November 22, 2006, by Donald G. McNeil, Jr.
Even unspoken words can have a ‘taste’: Synesthesia study sheds light on the inner workings of perception MSNBC, November 22, 2006, by Ker Than
Think of a concept, taste it on your tongue NewScientist.com, November 22, 2006, by Alison Motluk
Richard Feynman Perceived Letters in Color--Who Knew? Scientific American, November 22, 2006, by JR Minkel
A Special Few Can "Taste" a Word Before They Can Say It Scientific American, November 22, 2006, by JR Minkel
Eat Your Words? Some Can Taste Them
Paintings really can be heard, scientist says World Science and University of London, September 7, 2006
What is synesthesia? Scientific American, Septemeber 11, 2006
Metro Woman's Medical Mystery A Mixed Plate Of Tasty Surprises KOCO Channel 5 Oklahoma City, August 17, 2006
Seeing Life in Colors: Crosswired Senses: Food, Music and Numbers Take Shape and Color ABC News Primetime, August 15, 2006
Local Woman Sharing Musical 'Vision' CBS Channel 3 Philadelphia, July 26, 2006, by Alycia Lane
Kaleidescope Eyes: Blended Senses Colorful But Not Rare, Experts Say New York Daily News, June 25, 2006, by Rich Schapiro
What Makes Kandinsky's Colorful Paintings Sound Quite So Good? Bloomberg.com, June 22, 2006, by Martin Gayford
The man who heard his paintbox hiss Telegraph, June 10, 2006, by Ossian Ward
Seeing Music FirstScience.com, Editor's Weekly Ramblings 141, June 1, 2006, by Sandrine Ceurstemont
Finding the Gene that Makes People Hear Shapes and Taste Words UT-Houston Medicine, May 30, 2006, by Camille Webb
Tuned and Pruned: Synaesthesia Developing Intelligence, December 22, 2005, by Chris Chatham
Life in Technicolor: Synesthesia paints a vibrant world Silver Chips Online, November 10, 2005, by Katy Lafen, Managing Features Editor
This chicken tastes like triangles: A look at synesthesia and its psychedelic effects The Manitoban Online, October 26, 2005, by Melissa Hiebert, Staff
Tasting Sound The Times of India, October 23, 2005, by
When senses collide... The Hindu Business Line, October 14, 2005, Anuttama Sheela Mohan
Why some see auras Health24, September 28, 2005
Search for true colours: For some, words are cloaked in startling hues The Age, August 29, 2005, by Margot Date
As seen on TV: When a Volkswagen tastes of marmalade Telegraph Motoring, August 20, 2005, by James May
Red music and chocolate-flavoured textures Health24, August 10, 2005, by Ilse Pauw
New Insight Into People Who 'See' Colors In Letters And Numbers ScienceDaily, May 30, 2005, news release from Cell Press
Neuroscientists Locate 'Imaginary' Colors ScienceDaily, April 12, 2005
Getting in touch with our confused feelings The Christian Science Monitor, April 1, 2005, by Ruth Walker
Why some see colours in numbers: US scientists say they can explain why some people 'see' colours when they look at numbers and letters BBC News, UK Edition, March 24, 2005
Neuroscientists locate 'imaginary' colors: UCSD/Salk team gains insight into neural basis of perception, finds evidence of cross-activation in brain regions of people who see letters and numbers in colors University of California, San Diego Press Release, March 23, 2005, by Inga Kiderra
Sweet and Sour Tones for the Record Books The New York Times, March 8, 2005, by Nicholas Bakalar
Rainbow Coalition of the Brain Wired News, March 4, 2005
Mmm. This music tastes creamy Agence France-Presse, March 3, 2005
Musical Taste: Life is a bittersweet symphony for the only person ever known to 'taste' music thanks to a faculty called synesthesia National Post, March 3, 2005, by Joseph Brean
Synaesthete makes sweet music: Professional musician distinguishes intervals with her tongue Nature, March 2, 2005 by Ruth Francis
Music has a flavour to woman who "tastes" sounds Reuters, March 2, 2005
Rare but Real: People Who Feel, Taste and Hear Color LiveScience, February 22, 2005, by Ker Than
What Coelor Is That Sound? ScienceDaily, November 24, 2004, news release from McMaster University
Why Miles Davis saw the blues: Auras exist, but inside our brains because of a mix-up between the different senses Telegraph, October 27, 2004, by Roger Highfield
Body&Soul: Pigment of your mind Times Online, Health news, October 23, 2004, by
Colourful spin-offs of cross-wiring The Guardian, October 21, 2004
Auras may be generated in the brain: Synaesthetic woman sees colours around faces and names Nature, October 19, 2004, by Emma Marris
My favourite aunt is purple: Why some people see 'auras' around their loved ones Eurekalert, October 18, 2004, news release from University College London, by Jenny Gimpel
Synesthesia: Seeing music, tasting in color The State, September 26, 2004, by Bruce Smith
Weird links with words and colours in the mind NewScientist.com, August 23, 2004, by Alison Motluk
Synesthesia: Making sense of shared senses Interesting Thing of the Day, July 8, 2004, by Joe Kissell
Blunt Movie Review: Chroma Blunt Review, 2004, Emily Blunt's review of the movie Chroma, directed and written by Carrie Schultz, featuring synesthetes Patricia Lynne Duffy, Marcia R. Smilak and Carol J. Steen
Once Thought To Be Separate And Distinct, Scientists Now Find That Reports Of Human Senses Actually Interacting And Mixing In A Genuine Phenomenon Aetna InteliHealth, November 12, 2003
Synesthesia – A Symphony of Colors WOAI.com, October 13, 2003
I can hear a rainbow: Laura Barton explains what it's like to suffer from synaesthesia The Guardian, September 23, 2003
Brain miswiring: synaesthetes often ‘taste’ what they hear   Times Online, Health features, September 17, 2003, by Martyn Halle
Seeing colours in numbers The Hindu, September 18, 2003, by R. Prasad
BBC News, UK Edition, May 24, 2003, by Jane Elliott, BBC News Online health staff
Hearing Colors, Tasting Shapes: The Puzzle of Language - Synesthesia may provide some insights about the evolution of thought and language Scientific American, April14, 2003, by Vilayanur S. Ramachandran and Edward M. Hubbard
Synesthesia - It's a Colourful World! FirstScience.com, April 11, 2003, by Stuart Brown
Synaesthesia - union of the senses Kuro5hin, February 23, 2003, by Adrian Hon
Neurological phenomenon blends senses

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, February 10, 2003, by Kecia Bal

Colours by Numbers The Scotsman, February 1, 2003, by Zoe Strachan
Extra-sense perception The Dallas Morning News, January 6, 2003, by Susan Gaidos
Some sound red while others just taste green Canberra Times, November 14, 2002, by Sarah Hatch
'Motorbikes taste of wine gums': For synaesthetes, language evokes smells and colours, as well as meaning Telegraph, November 11, 2002, by Bryony Gordon
Truly Feeling Blue The Scotsman, October 29, 2002, by Tracey Lawson
When Sound Is Red: Making Sense of Mixed Sensations Washington Post, October 14, 2002, by Shankar Vedantam
Seeing is believing The Observer, August 11, 2002, by Michael Clerizo
The Mind's Eye - Neuroscience, Synesthesia and Art Neurology Reviews, July 2002, by C. Justin Romano
New Tests Reveal Deeper Truths About Synesthesia AScribe Newswire via M2 Communications, September 2, 2002, news release from Goucher College
Why George Gershwin May Have Called It `Rhapsody in Blue' Wall Street Journal, Science Journal, June 28, 2002, by Sharon Begley
Can you hear a color?: BU researchers explore the strange world of synesthesia B.U. Bridge (Boston University), April 19, 2002, by Brian Fitzgerald
Kaleidescope eyes: making sense of a novel gift Eurekalert, April 15, 2002, news release from University Of Melbourne
Sensory perception: Can you see what I'm saying? Synaesthetes really can, claims Roger Highfield Telegraph, March 31, 2002
Why Some People See Numbers, Letters in Color: Scientists Examine How a Disorder Makes Some See a Color-Coded World ABCNEWS.com, March 28,2002, by Lee Dye
When 2 is orange and two is blue UPI Science News, March 18, 2002, by Michael Smith
2 is orange but 'two' is blue Exploration (the online research journal of Vanderbuilt University), March 19, 2002, by David S. Salisbury
Man Sees, Hears Words in Color Associated Press, March 18, 2002, by Paul Recer
An Ear For Color: Exploring the Curious World of Synesthesia, Where Senses Merge in Mysterious Ways The Washington Post, January 22, 2002, by Allison Hoover Bartlett
'Synesthesia' has a purpose in life after all
Santa Cruz Sentinel, January 20, 2002, by Dan Harper
One’s Own Brain as Trickster – Part II: It’s For Your Own Good Trickster's Way, January 15, 2002, by Sean A. Day
A Sixth Sense 60 Minutes II, January 9, 2002
'I can see sounds' BBC News, January 3, 2002
Synesthetes Show Their Colors The Chronicle of Higher Education, December 14, 2001, by Lila Guterman
When senses collide, words get colorful
Detroit Free Press, November 11, 2001, by Marta Salij
Rare condition makes man taste words Ananova, September 6, 2001 (originally appeared in The Mirror)
Good Vibrations: The Science of Sensory Confusion Lingua Franca, September, 2001, by Jim Holt
Synesthesia -- blessing or curse?   The Oak Ridger, July 26, 2001, by Joanne Gailar
If these letters are in colour... The Toronto Star, July 1, 2001, by Jay Ingram
Ah, the Blue Smell of It!
Time Magazine, May 21, 2001, by Unmeesh Kher
What colour is five?   CNEWS Science, May 15, 2001, by Michael Smith
A Reason We Call Our 'Cheddar' Sharp and Our Shirts 'Loud' New York Times, April 10, 2001, by Sandra Blakeslee
They See Where Others Hear
San Francisco Chronicle, March 29, 2001, Keay Davidson
Coloured language: Some people perceive colours when they see letters or numbers. A study sheds light on this unusual phenomenon The Scientist, March 29, 2001, by Kenneth Lee
Everyday Fantasia: The World of Synesthesia
Monitor on Psychology, March 2001, by Siri Carpenter
A Brief History of Synaesthesia and Music Thereminvox, February 21, 2001, by Sean A. Day
Can you feel the guitar sound on your ankles?
Financial Times, January 6-7, 2001 by Jerome Burne

Seeing sounds, hearing tastes - Synesthesia in brain and mind  

Science & Consciousness Review, 2001, by Thomas Zoëga Ramsøy
Painting by numbers The Economist, July 29, 2000
The number purple Eurekalert, April 8, 2000, new release from New Scientist, by Alison Motluk
Bad brain wiring turns numbers into colours News in Science, April 6, 2000
Synesthesia - A Magical Melding Of The Senses Fox News, January 19, 2000, by Adam Pasick
On the theory and history of synaesthesiae Sinestesia e Arte Sinestetica, November 1999, by Tonino Tornitore
When math equals colour Record, by Stacey Ash
All the Colors of the Rainbow San Francisco Chronicle, November 7, 1997, Patricia Lynne Duffy
Ever taste a shape, or smell a color?
CNN Interactive, November 25, 1995, by Ann Kellan
Synsory Overmode Mondo 2000, Summer 1994, by Jas. Morgan
 
   Transcripts and streaming audio/video versions of radio programs and symposia
 
New Sounds: Synesthesia   WNYC 93.9 FM and AM 820, February 4, 2014, hear music that was imagined in colors. The featured composers in this episode of New Sounds have synesthesia
For Dev Hynes, Every Sound Is A Color  
  audio version
National Public Radio, November 20, 2013, Robert Siegel and Melissa Block interviews Devonté Hynes
   Seeing Sounds, Hearing Colors: UMSL Professor Researches Rare Condition [mp3] St. Louis Public Radio, February 4, 2013, St. Louis on the Air, By Alex Heuer, Mary Edwards and Don Marsh
   Hearsay with Cathy Lewis: Synesthesia WHRO Public Radio, 89.5 FM, Norfolk, VA., August 12, 2009, host Cathy Lewis interviews Dr. David Eagleman, author of Wednesday is Indigo Blue, Dr. Frederic Tate, a member of the psychology department at Eastern State Hospital and Patricia Lynne Duffy, author of Blue Cats and Chartreuse Kittens on the topic of synesthesia
Intern Edition: The art in synesthesia National Public Radio, July 23, 2009, Sonoe Nakasone interviews Marcia Smilack and others
A Different Sense of Things
  Marcia Smilack describes what she senses when she looks at "Red and Green Satin" (0:42).
   Marcia Smilack describes what she senses when she looks at "Yellow Boat Minor Chord" (1:00).
   Marcia Smilack describes the shape of a telephone ring (0:39).
   Marcia Smilack sees weekends as taller than weekdays (0:50).
American Public Media, May 26, 2007, Weekend America. Independent Producers Ann Heppermann and Kara Oehler spend a weekend with Smilack, trying to sense what she senses.
   Synaesthesia at the University of Waterloo, Canada (2.5MB Video in Windows Media format) Global News Toronto, July 29, 2005
Morning Edition: For Pianist, Music Unleashes Rainbows of Color
   audio version
National Public Radio, April 18, 2005, by Jon Hamilton, interview with pianist Laura Rosser
   All Things Considered: Noting the Synchronicity of Life National Public Radio, March 20, 2005, commentator Ruth Levy Guyer reflects on the artistic and neurological phenomenon of synesthesia, and on synchronicities
The Infinite Mind: Synesthesia The Infinite Mind, January 12, 2005, host Dr. Fred Goodwin interviews Cynthia Cochran, Dr. Peter Grossenbacher, Cynthia Kurtz, John Hockenberry and Dmitri Nabokov
   Seeing red, feeling blue and hearing brown [mp3] The Toronto Star, November 7, 2004, by Jay Ingram
Derek Tastes of Earwax BBC, Horizon, September 30, 2004, interview with James Wannerton, John Fullwood, Heather Birt and Dorothy Latham
The Science Show: Synaesthesia Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Radio National, October 11, 2003, interview with Professor Colin Blakemore, Professor of Physiology, Oxford University
The Emerging Mind: Purple Numbers and Sharp Cheese
   audio version
Transcript of Q&A session
   audio version
BBC Radio 4, Reith Lectures 2003, Lecture 4, April 23, 2003, part of lecture series by Vilayanur S. Ramachandran
   The Leonard Lopate Show: How The Mind Works National Public Radio, February 7, 2003, interview with Patricia Lynne Duffy
   Positive Living: How Synesthetes Add Color to Our World VoiceAmerica, hosted by Patricia Raskin, April 8, 2003, interview with Patricia Lynne Duffy
   Halo Radio: Patricia Lynne Duffy Halo Radio hosted by Jesse Dylan, January 12, 2003, interview with Patricia Lynne Duffy
Science: Hearing Colours, Eating Sounds: Why do some people perceive words and numbers as colours?
   Programme 1
   Programme 2
BBC Radio 4, November 12 & 19, 2002, interviews with Richard Cytowic, Vilayanur S. Ramachandran, Jeffrey Gray, Joseph Long, Jane Mackay and Patricia Duffy 
Catalyst: Synaesthesia Australian Broadcasting Corporation, ABC TV, April 11, 2002, interviews with Anina Rich and Dr Jason Mattingly
   Studio 360: Art & The Brain
Public Radio International/WNYC, April 6, 2002, interviews with Michael Torke and Pat Duffy
The Science Show: Music written by a synaesthete. Alexander Scriabin may well have seen colours as he heard these notes. Can you? Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Radio National, October 11, 2003, interview with Anina Rich, University of Melbourne
The Infinite Mind: Synesthesia
   audio version
National Public Radio, week of January 10, 2001, interviews with Cynthia Cochran, Dr. Peter Grossenbacher, Cynthia Kurtz, Carol Steen, Pat Duffy and Dmitri Nabokov
The Health Report: Synaesthesia Australian Broadcasting Corporation, December 18, 2000, interview with Dr. Peter Grossenbacher
Talk of the Nation: Synaesthesia/Sense of Touch
   audio version
National Public Radio, July 28, 2000, interviews with Dan Smilek, Mandayam A. Srinivasan, Ph.D. and Kenneth L. Casey, M.D.
   "The Diane Rehm Show": Synesthesia
WAMU 88.5 FM, Washington, DC, March 6, 2000, 11 AM-Noon, interview with Dr. Peter Grossenbacher and Carol Crane
Ockham's Razor with Robyn Willaims: Synaesthesia: An Unusual Union Of The Senses Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Radio National, November 28, 1999, interview with Prof. John Bradshaw
   Pat Duffy radio interview: Synesthesia
WNYE-FM 91.5 FM, New York, NY, November 1999, interview with Carol Steen and Dr. Peter Grossenbacher
The Health Report: Synesthesia Australian Broadcasting Corporation, July 8, 1996, interview with Richard E. Cytowic

Published scientific reports and articles

Developing synaesthesia (abstract)   Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, December 3, 2013, by Nicolas Rothen, University of Sussex, United Kingdom and Beat Meier, University of Bern, Switzerland
Is synaesthesia more common in autism?   Molecular Autism, November 20, 2013, Volume 4, by Simon Baron-Cohen, Donielle Johnson, Julian Asher, Sally Wheelwright, Simon E Fisher, Peter K Gregersen and Carrie Allison
A longitudinal study of grapheme-color synesthesia in childhood: 6/7 years to 10/11 years (abstract)  Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, November 12, 2013, by Julia Simner and Angela E. Bain, Department of Psychology, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK

Approaches in synesthesia research: Neurocognitive aspects and diagnostic criteria     

Interdisciplinary Description of Complex Systems, 11(4), 436-445, October 21, 2013, by Nina Mikuš, Faculty of Arts - University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Survival of the Synesthesia Gene: Why Do People Hear Colors and Taste Words?   PLoS Biology, November 6, 2011, Volume 9, Issue 11, Department of Psychology, University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, California, USA, David Brang, V. S. Ramachandran
Early detection of markers for synaesthesia in childhood populations   Brain, 2009, Department of Psychology, PPLS, University of Edinburgh, Julia Simner, Jenny Harrold, Harriet Creed, Louise Monro and Louise Foulkes
How does the memory of synesthetes work?   Actas del III Congreso Internacional de Sinestesia, Ciencia y Arte. Granada: Ediciones Fundación Internacional Artecittà, 2009, Cretien van Campen, Mª José de Córdoba, Edward M. Hubbard, Dina Riccò, Sean A Day
The Hidden Sense: On Becoming Aware of Synesthesia   TECCOGS, Vol. 1, 2009, Cretien van Campen
A real red-letter day   Nature Neuroscience, vol. 10, no. 6, June 2007, by Edward M. Hubbard
Cross-modal interactions: Lessons from synesthesia   Progress in Brain Research, Vol. 155, 2006, by Noam Sagiv & Jamie Ward
The Role of Meaning in Grapheme-Colour Synaesthesia   Cortex, vol.42, 2006, by Mike J. Dixon, Daniel Smilek, Patricia L. Duffy, Mark P. Zanna and Philip M. Merikle
Contrast affects the strength of synesthetic colors   Cortex: Special Issue on Synesthesia, 2006, by Edward M. Hubbard, Sanjay Manohar and Vilayanur S. Ramachandran
Synesthetic Colors Determined by Having Colored Refrigerator Magnets in Childhood   Cortex: Special Issue on Synesthesia, 2006, by Nathan Witthoft and Jonathan Winawer
Neurocognitive Mechanisms of Synesthesia   Neuron, vol. 48, November 3, 2005, by Edward M. Hubbard and Vilayanur S. Ramachandran
Interactions between number and space in parietal cortex Nature Reviews Neuroscience,  vol. 6, no. 6, June 2005, by Edward M. Hubbard, Manuela Piazza, Philippe Pinel & Stanislas Dehaene
Individual Differences among Grapheme-Color Synesthetes: Brain Behavior Correlations   Neuron, vol. 45, March 2005, by Edward M. Hubbard, A. Cyrus Arman, Vilayanur S. Ramachandran and Geoffrey M. Boynton
The importance of Individual Differences in Grapheme-Color Synesthesia   Neuron, vol. 45, March 2005, by Mike J. Dixon and Daniel Smilek
A Comparison of Lexical-Gustatory and Grapheme-Colour Synaesthesia   Cognitive Neuropsychology, vol. 22, no. 1, January 2005, Jamie Ward, Julia Simner, Vivian Auyeung
When visual perception causes feeling: Enhanced cross-modal processing in grapheme-color synesthesia   NeuroImage, vol. 28, 2005, Peter H. Weiss, Karl Zilles, and Gereon R. Fink
Emotionally mediated synaesthesia   Cognitive Neuropsychology, vol. 21, no. 7, October 2004, by James Ward
Neurohistory and the Arts: Was Kandinsky a Synesthete?   Journal of the History of the Neurosciences, vol. 13, no. 2, Spring 2004, by Amy Ione and Christopher Tyler
Neuroscience, History and the Arts - Synesthesia: Is F-Sharp Colored Violet   Journal of the History of the Neurosciences, vol. 13, no. 1, Winter 2004, by Amy Ione and Christopher Tyler
Does color synesthesia pose a paradox for early-selection theories of attention?   Psychological Science, vol. 15, no. 4, 2004, Bruno Laeng, Frode Svartdal and Hella Oelmann
Not all synaesthetes are created equal: Projector versus assoicator synaesthetes   Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience, vol. 4, no. 3, 2004, by Mike J. Dixon, Daniel Smilek and Philip M. Merikle
Neonatal Synesthesia: A Reevaluation   Synesthesia: Perspectives from Cognitive Neuroscience, Development and Learning, Oxford University Press, 2004, Daphne Maurer and Catherine J. Mondloch
The phenomenology of synaesthesia   Journal of Consciousness Studies, vol. 10, no. 8, August 2003, by Vilayanur S. Ramachandran and Edward M. Hubbard
Hearing Colors, Tasting Shapes: People with synesthesia--whose senses blend together--are providing valuable clues to understanding the organization and functions of the human brain Scientific American, May 2003, by Vilayanur S. Ramachandran and Edward M. Hubbard
State of the art: Synaesthesia   The Psychologist, vol. 16. no. 4, April 2003, Dr. Jamie Ward, University College, London
Lexical-gustatory synaesthesia: linguistic and conceptual factors   Cognition, vol. 89, 2003, Jamie Ward and Julia Simner
Refining the experimental lever: A reply to Shannnon and Pribram   Journal of Consciousness Studies, 2003, vol. 10, issue 3, Edward M. Hubbard and Vilayanur S. Ramachandran. This article is a reply to the two commentaries below
Three Stories Concerning Synaesthesia: A commentary on Ramachandran and Hubbard   Journal of Consciousness Studies, 2003, vol. 10, issue 3, Benny Shanon
Commentary on 'Synaesthesia' by Ramachandran and Hubbard   Journal of Consciousness Studies, 2003, vol. 10, issue 3, Karl Pibram
Personal Profiles of Color Synesthesia: Developing a Testing Method for Artists and Scientists Leonardo vol. 36, no.4 , 2003, Crétien van Campen and Clara Froger
Synaesthetic colour experiences influence memory   Psychological Science, vol. 13., no. 6, November 2002, Daniel Smilek, Mike J. Dixon, Cera Cudahy and Philip M. Merikle
Synaesthesia: A Case Study of Discordant Monozygotic Twins   Neurocase, vol. 8, 2002, by D. Smilek, B.A. Moffatt, J. Pasternak, B.N. White, M.J. Dixon, P.M. Merikle
Touching Tastes, Seeing Smells—And Shaking Up Brain Science   Cerebrum, Summer 2002, by Richard E. Cytowic
Functional magnetic resonance imaging of synesthesia: activation of V4/V8 by spoken words   Nature Neuroscience, April 2002, by J.A. Nunn, L.J. Gregory, M. Brammer, S.C.R. Williams, D.M. Parslow, M.J. Morgan, R.G. Morris, E.T. Bullmore, S. Baron-Cohen and J.A. Gray
The perceptual reality of synesthetic colors Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS), Vol. 99, March 19, 2002, by Thomas J. Palmeri, Randolph Blake, René Marois, Marci A. Flanery, and William Whetsell Jr.
Anomalous perception in synaesthesia: A cognitive neuroscience perspective   Nature Reviews | Neuroscience, January 2002, by Anina N. Rich and Jason B. Mattingley
Towards a Synergistic Understanding of Synaesthesia: Combining Current Experimental Findings With Synaesthetes' Subjective Descriptions Psyche, January, 2002, by Daniel Smilek & Mike J. Dixon
Synaesthesia and Colour Vision: The Personal is Philosophical   Semiotik, vol. 24 no. 1, January 2002, by Dr. William H. Edmondson, University of Birmingham
Synaesthesia Misrepresented   Philosophical Psychology, vol. 14, no. 3, September 2001, by Adam Wager
Synaesthetic Photisms Influence Visual Perception   Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, vol. 13, 2001, by Daniel Smilek, Mike J. Dixon, Cera Cudahy and Philip M. Merikle
Synaesthesia: A window into perception, thought and language   Journal of Consciousness Studies, vol. 8, no. 12, 2001, Vilayanur S. Ramachandran and Edward M. Hubbard
Synaesthesia - A Cognitive Model of Cross Modal Association Consciousness, Literature and the Arts, vol. 2, no. 2, July 2001, Andrew D. Lyons
Mechanisms of synesthesia: cognitive and physiological constraints   Trends in Cognitive Sciences, vol. 5, no. 1, January, 2001, by Peter G. Grossenbacher and Christopher T. Lovelace
Synesthesia: Strong and Weak   Current Directions in Psychological Science, April, 2001, by Gail Martino and Lawrence E. Marks
Associating Colours with People: A Case of Chromatic-Lexical Synaesthesia   Cortex, vol. 37, 2001, by Peter H. Weiss, N. Jon Shah, Ivan Toni, Karl Zilles and Gereon R. Fink
Psychophysical investigations into the neural basis of synaesthesia   Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, 2001, Vilayanur S. Ramachandran and Edward M. Hubbard
Cognitive Modules, Synaesthesia and the Constitution of Psychological Natural Kinds   Philosophical Psychology, vol. 14, no. 1, January 2001, by Richard Gray, Trinity College Dublin
Trends in Synesthetically Colored Graphemes and Phonemes Iconicity in Language, 2001, National Central University, Chungli, Taiwan, by Sean A. Day
Hypermedia and Synesthesia Proceedings of the Media Ecology Association, vol. 1, June 16–17, 2000, by James C. Morrison
The extra qualia problem: synaesthesia and representationism Philosophical Psychology, vol. 12, no. 3, September 1999, by Adam Wager
Neurophysiological Aspects of Synesthetic Experience The Journal of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences, February 1999, by Kolja Schiltz, Karen Trocha, M.D., Bernardina M. Wieringa, Dipl. Psych., Hinderk M. Emrich, M.D., Sönke Johannes, M.D. and Thomas F. Münte, M.D.
Acquired Synesthesia in Retinitis Pigmentosa   Neurocase, vol. 5, 1999, by K.C. Karmel and V.S, Ramachandran
Artificial synesthesia via sonification: A wearable augmented sensory system   Mobile Networks and Applications; vol. 4, 1999, by Leonard Foner
Artistic and Psychological Experiments with Synesthesia Leonardo, vol. 32, no. 1, 1999, by Crétien van Campen
Changes in Odor Sweetness Resulting from Implicit Learning of a Simultaneous Odor-Sweetness Association: An Example of Learned Synesthesia  

Learning and Motivation, no. 29, 1998, by Richard J. Stevenson, Robert A. Boakes and John Prescott

Synesthesia and Artistic Experimentation Psyche, November, 1997, by Crétien van Campen
Synaesthesia and Synaesthetic Metaphors Psyche, July, 1996, by Sean Day
Is There a Normal Phase of Synaesthesia in Development? Psyche, June, 1996, by Simon Baron-Cohen
Synesthesia - A Real Phenomenon? Or Real Phenomena? Psyche, January, 1996, by Luciano da F. Costa
Synesthesia and Method Psyche, January, 1996, by Kevin B. Korb
Synaesthesia in phantom limbs induced with mirrors   Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, 1996, by V.S. Ramachandran and D. Rogers-Ramachandran
A Synesthesia Experiment: Consciousness of Neural Activity Psyche, July, 1995, by James A. Schirillo
Synesthesia: Phenomenology And Neuropsychology Psyche, July, 1995, by Richard E. Cytowic
The Physiology of Coloured Hrearing: A PET Activation Study of Colour-Word Synaesthesia Brain, June, 1995, by Eraldo Paulesu, John Harrison, Simon Baron-Cohen, John Watson, Laura Goldstein, John Heather, Richard Frackowisk & Christopher Frith
Current Work And Theory Of Synaesthesia: How many people hear in colour? New Scientist, May 27, 1995, by Alison Motluk
Coloured Speech Perception: Is Synaesthesia What Happens When Modularity Breaks Down? Perception, vol. 22, 1993, by Simon Baron-Cohen, John Harrison, Laura Goldstein & Maria A. Wyke
Hearing Words and Seeing Colours: An experimental investigation of Synaesthesia Perception, ol. 16, 1987, by Simon Baron-Cohen, Maria A. Wyke and Colin Binnie

Other scientific articles
Pre-attentive modulation of brain responses to tones in coloured-hearing synesthetes   BMC Neuroscience, December, 14, 2012, by Lutz Jäncke, Lars Rogenmoser, Martin Meyer and Stefan Elmer
Larry Marks Special for synaesthesia.ru synaesthesia.ru, The Russian Synaesthesia Community's Site, 2009, An interview with Prof. Lawrence E. Marks
Synesthesia Lethbridge Undergraduate Research Journal, 2007, vol. 2, no. 1, by Amber Jensen
Personal Coding: the Varieties of Linguistic Experience   Folio Journal of the Materials Development Association, August 2005 and January 2006 issues, by Patricia L. Duffy
Migraine Aura: Symptoms: Synaesthesia Migraine Aura Foundation, 2005 - Synaesthesia may occur as a visual migraine aura
Tuned and Pruned: Synaesthesia Developing Intelligence, December 22, 2005, a blog post by Chris Chatham
Audio-Visual Coupling and Perception of Sound-Scapes Paper presented at the Joint Congress CFA/DAGA '04, Strasbourg, France, March 22-25, 2004,by Dr. Michael Haverkamp, Cologne
Surrounded by time: Space-time relationships in synaesthesia   University of Waterloo, Daniel Smilek
The Magic Touch: Touching and Handling in a Cultural Heritage Context Institute of Archaeology, London
Synesthesia Encyclopedia Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, 3d ed., 2004, Richard E. Cytowic
The neural basis of synaesthesia   Utrecht University, Faculty of Biology, Functional Neurobiology Group, February 2004, by Tessa van Leeuwen
Same Shape - Different Colours: Both Meaning and Form Determine the Colours of the Graphemes in Alphanumeric-Colour Synaesthesia   University of Waterloo, Mike J. Dixon, Kathleen Myles, Daniel Smilek, Patricia L. Duffy, Mark P. Zanna & Philip M. Merickle
Synethesia and the Human Brain: Questions Answered and Questions Raised Serendip, Bryn Mawr College, 2004, by MaryBeth Curtiss
Synesthesia: FAQ Boston University, Vision and Cognition Laboratory, Synesthesia Project, December 2003, by Veronica Gross
Visual Synaesthesia in the Blind   Poster presented at the Society for Neuroscience Conference, November 17, 2003, in New Orleans, by Megan S. Steven and Colin Blakemore
Mixing of the senses in the blind: a case study of 6 late-blind individuals who can hear or feel colors   Lay version of findings on synesthesia in the blind for the 2003 Society for Neuroscience press conference, November 17, 2003, by Megan S. Steven
Synesthesia: An Engaged Inquiry based on Patricia Duffy's Blue Cats and Chartreuse Kittens: How Synesthetes Color Their World Naropa University, July 2003, by Agatha French
Combining artistic and scientific perspectives in the study of synesthesia Paper presented at the Third Annual National Meeting of the American Synesthesia Association at Rockefeller University, New York, May 2-4, 2003, by Crétien van Campen & Clara Froger
Visualisation of synaesthetic experience during the early 20th century - an analytic approach   Paper presented at the International Conference on Synaesthesia, Hanover, Germany, March, 2003, by Dr. Michael Haverkamp
A Review of Synesthesia: Colored Hearing, Creativity and Research York College of Pennsylvania, Behavioral Sciences, 2003, by Judith A. Easton
Synesthesia and the Implications of sensory fusion Serendip, Bryn Mawr College, 2003, by Shafiqah Berry
Yellow Voices and Orange-Foam Squid: Questions about Synesthetic Reality Serendip, Bryn Mawr College, 2003, by Danielle McManus
A Mad Artist Or Does He Really Hear Yellow? (And Why Should We Care) Serendip, Bryn Mawr College, 2003, by Mariya Simakova
Synesthesia: Role and Meaning Hebrew University, Medical School, Department of Physiology, by Zvi Rosenstein
Profiles of Color Synesthesia: The NeCoSyn Method Presentation at the ASA Conference San Diego, May 18, 2002, by Crétien van Campen & Clara Froger
Synesthetic Sensor Fusion Via A Cross-Wired Artificial Neural Network   East Tennessee State University, Department of Liberal Studies, May 2002, by Stephen S. Seneker
A Research Proposal: Visual Fixations and Areas of Visual Interest in Color-Hearing Synaesthesia Stephen F. Austin State University, Spring 2002, by Donia E. Nolan
The perceptual reality of synthetic colors   Vanderbilt University, January 28, 2002, by Thomas J. Palmeri, Randolph Blake, René Marois, Marci A. Flanery and William Wetsell, Jr.
Identifiable Factors: In Search of Synesthesia Oklahoma Junior Academy of Science, 2002, by Hillary B. Houston
Assessing the strentgh of color synesthesia in words, music, taste and odor perception: Development of the NeCoSyn Method Crétien van Campen & Clara Froger, November 2001
How are synaesthetes unique? Behavioural and Functional Neuroanatomical Investigations   University of Saskatchewan, Department of Psychology, October, 2001, by Lorin J. Elias, Deborah M. Saucier, Colleen Hardie and Gordon E. Sarty
Synesthete Composers And Musicians Sean A. Day, June 15, 2001
A Brief History of Synesthesia in the Arts Sean A. Day, May 28, 2001
Synesthesia: Hearing Colors School for Champions, May 19, 2001, by Ron Kurtus
Designing Rich Sensory Experiences and Strategies of Transformation and Augmentation   Parsons School of Design, Design and Technology Department, May 2001, by Praveen Vajpeyi
Synesthesia: Chromasthesia and beyond The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, April 23, 2001, by Mary Gilreath
Synesthesia: The Implications of Cross Modal Communication University of Toronto, Cognitive Science, January 5, 2001, by Catherine Kavassalis
Synesthesia:  Language in Color Sweet Briar College, Department of Psychology, 2001, by Heather Tinnell Ramsey
Synesthesia and Everyday Perception Serendip, Bryn Mawr College, 2001, by Claudia Ginanni
Sensual Reality or, I Wanna Hear Colors Serendip, Bryn Mawr College, 2001, by Nirupama Kumar
Synesthesia Serendip, Bryn Mawr College, 2001, by Sadie White
Synesthesia and Bodywork Center for Inner Knowing, 2001, by Ray Bishop, Ph.D.
A Review of Synesthesia   University of California, Berkeley, November 29, 2000, by Jeffrey Heer
Artificial Synesthesia Peter B.L. Meijer, November 2000, talks about options a device that maps images into sounds may provide for people with sensory disabilities like deafness and blindness
Synesthesia & Design : A symbiosis Parsons School of Design, Fall 2000, by Praveen Vajpeyi
Conceptualizing Through Rose-Colored Senses
Academic Press Daily inScight, July 26, 2000, by Mary Beckman
Synesthesia: Clinical research and artistic representation The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Spring 2000, by Jennifer Catherine Nichols
Sensual Reality or, I Wanna Hear Colors Serendip, Bryn Mawr College, 2000, by Nirupama Kumar
Synesthesia: Illusions of Grandeur Anand Sonachalam, August 5, 1999
Functional Connectivity Underlying Synesthetic Perception: Theories and Data Computational Neuroscience Meeting (CNS) Poster 1999, Christopher T. Lovelace, Peter G. Grossenbacher, Carol A. Crane
Tangled Wires: Conceptualizing Neurological and Cultural Explanations of Synesthesia
Serendip, Bryn Mawr College, 1998, by Moriah McSharry McGrath
Synesthesia Today: An Interdisciplinary Approach U.C. Berkely, Freeman Lab, Neuromolecular Biology, 1998, by Tamara Alexandrov
The consistency of letter - colour pairings in three cases of synaesthesia 26th European Conference on Visual Perception, September 1-5, 1998, University of Edinburgh, Department of Psychology, S. K. Rushton, M. M. B. Corley
Colour Music in Australia: De-mystifying De Maistre: Brain Waves Niels Hutchison, 1997
Trends in colored letter synesthesia
MIT research summary, May 31, 1996, by Sean Day

The Sound Palette of V.Nabokov (from the point of view of Phonosemantics)  

Saratov State University, Russia, by Prokofieva Larissa
Musical Synesthesia: Why We Feel Like Dancing Frontiers of Transculturality in Contemporary Aesthetics, by Kathleen Marie Higgins
An identification of synaesthetic ability: Consistency of synaesthetic experience to vowels and digits   Institut fuer Allgemeine Psycholgie, Universitaet Leipzig, by Sabine Schneider and Christian Kaernbach
Roses are red and sixes are blue: synaesthetic-colour experiences and their relations to perception and meaning   University of Waterloo, by Mike J. Dixon, Daniel Smilek, Brandon M. Wagar, Cera Cudahy & Philip M. Merikle
Synaesthesia, metaphor and right-brain functioning

Egoist, by Patrick Martin

Vision, Rhythms and Electrical Phases About the scientific work of the psychologist Kristian Holt - Hansen, by Merete Wolf, University of Copenhagen
Synesthesia - the mixing of the senses David Diamond
The study of a Gustatory / Auditory Synaesthete (1910) Rivista di Psicologia Applicata, 6, 101-104, Ferrari, G.C. (1910), English translation of Italian original


Online surveys and tests

Looking for people who are synesthetes   The University of West Georgia's Department of Psychology is currently looking for 25 people with synesthesia to take part in a study
The Synesthesia Battery  A battery of tests provides a standard battery of questions, tests and scoring for determining synesthesia developed by Dr. David Eagleman
Synaesthesia and Number Cognition University of Cambridge, Faculty of Education: Number-colour synaesthetes required for research study
"Hearing-motion" Demo California Institute of Technology video test to determine existence of auditory synesthesia.  Take the test to see if you are an auditory synesthete!
Synaesthesia Research Questionnaire University College Dublin
Synesthetic in Houston, Texas? Baylor College of Medicine, Departments of Neuroscience and Psychiatry seeking synesthetes in Houston for a study of the genetic basis of synesthesia, Dr. David Eagleman, Director, Laboratory for Perception and Action
Synesthesia and Creativity St. Edward's University, Sarah Sitton, PhD, Professor, Behavioral/Social Sciences, student research project on the relationship between synesthesia and verbal creativity
Synesthesia Surveys Online surveys to determine synesthesia types including graphemic surveys (numbers, letters and punctuation, by Lisa J. Emerson
Synaesthesia And Education University of Cambridge, Faculty of Education, Master's project by Jennifer Green.  The project is seeking children between the ages of 10 - 11 with grapheme-colour or phoneme-colour synaesthesia for participation in the research
www.experiment.co.uk Online experiment to investigate the relationship between synaesthesia and memory ability, by Niall Crotty
Colour Survey Syneasthesia Index's survey for synaesthetes who see letters and/or numbers in colours. The aim is to see whether there are any trends in the hues/tones synaesthetes associate with each letter/number


Other resources


Psycho-Sound-Graphics Initiation and access of the basic intermodal aspects - Responses of participants to a session of visual music stimulation, a project of Jose Antonio, A Coruña, Spain
The Shapes of Sounds: an exploration of synesthesia through sound and visual art The Shape of sounds is a series of sound and visual art developed by synesthetic artist Timothy B Layden
Synesthesia ArtForum The synesthesia ArtForum is a project around artists and synesthesia; to share, enquire and experience synesthesia, art and creativity and to get a mixed sense of the art work created through synesthesia, by synesthetes and from a synesthetic point of view
Synesthesia / Synaesthesia Noam Sagiv, PhD, Centre for Cognition and Neuroimaging, Brunel University
Synesthesia Dr. Michael Haverkamp, Cologne, April 12, 2006
Nabokov's Blues — and His Drab-Shoelace Brown, and His Weathered-Wood Black Gingko Press, January 31, 2006, Brian Boyd's foreword to Alphabet in Color
Synaesthesia Virtual exhibition "Synaesthesia" by Helena Bergmann and Melanie Voerman, 2006
Syn magazine A pilot magazine project for synaesthetes, by Claire Mills
Synaesthesia Research at Hanover Medical School The 2nd International Conference on Synaesthesia in Hanover
Synesthetics Netherlands Information Page on Synesthesia including introduction to the new Dutch book on synesthesia by Crétien van Campen - "Tussen zinnen" (Between Senses), September 2005
Spatial aspects of colour synaesthesia: Combining artistic and scientific methods Slides of presentation by Crétien van Campen & Clara Froger at London Synesthesia Meeting, April 16, 2005
Migraine Aura and Synaesthesia Migraine Aura Foundation, March 28, 2005, by Klaus Podoll
Migraine: Perspective on a Headache The New York Times, February 24, 2008, by Siri Hustvedt
Synaesthesia University of Edinburgh, School of Philosophy, Psychology and Language Sciences, Julia Simmer, Lecturer and Synaesthesia Researcher
Synaesthesia LaborLawTalk.com, definition of Synaesthesia
The Fourth Annual National Conference of the American Synesthesia Association, Inc. Leonardo, Decemeber 1, 2004, review of the conference, November 5-7, 2004 at the University of California, Berkeley, hosted by the Institute for Cognitive and Brain Sciences, reviewed by Amy Ione, the Diatrope Institute
Derek Tastes of Earwax: Questions and answers about synaesthesia BBC, Science & Nature, TV & Radio Follow-up, September 30, 2004
Synaesthesia Research Group Trinity College Dublin, Department of Psychology and St. James's Hospital, Drs. Fiona Newell, Kevin Mitchell and Aiden Corvin, June 30, 2004
NeCoSyn Project Information Page of the Netherlands Color Synesthesia (NeCoSyn) Project, August, 2004, by Crétien van Campen
Synaesthesia Wikipedia, March 11, 2004
Synesthesia Very informative web site by Sean Day, March 7, 2004
Synaesthesia - When the senses merge

Science & Art, Max-Planck-Institut für Entwicklungsbiologie, November 15, 2003, by Dr. Ralf Dahm

Intersense Symposium on Synæsthesia as Madness and Method Penn State University, Department of Integrative Arts, October 22-24, 2003
What do apples sound like? Visual and sound interactive installation, Federico Muelas
The Man Who Tastes Shapes AuthorsDen, August 24, 2003, by Ken Varnum
synaesthete.com BananaDragon, July 1, 2003
Synesthesia The University of the South, Department of Chemistry, 2003, by Ruth Ann Pittenger
Synesthesia The Painter's Keys, October 29, 2002, by Robert Genn
How Many Senses Do We Have? University of Sydney, Faculty of Education and Social Work, July, 2002, by Dr. Stephen Juan
Synesthesia "Neuroscience for Kids", 2002, by Eric H. Chudler, Ph.D. and Melissa Lee Phillips
Synaesthesia BBC, h2g2, Synaesthesia - Some Possible Explanations - Testing for Synaesthesia - Using Synaesthesia - Living with Synaesthesia - One Researcher's Perspective, May 25, 2001
Synaesthesia Research Group University College London, Department of Psychology
Synesthesia and the Synesthetic Experience
MIT web page including firsthand accounts, audio and text, from selected synesthetes
Synesthesia

Council for the Arts at MIT, a part of Webcam.org's "Synthetic Synesthesia" section

Synaesthesia
This site from Macalester College is a compilation of the information available on synaesthesia from both other internet sites and traditional sources
Sensequence This site collects descriptions of synesthetic experiences, including publishing of individual colored alphabets, numbers and calendars
Synaesthesia Synaesthesia Research Centre at the University of Waterloo
Synesthesia Research UC San Diego, Department of Psychology, Edward M. Hubbard's synesthesia research website
Synesthesia Informative web page from Richard E. Cytowic, MD, including links to several of his interviews
Synesthesia / Synaesthesia University of California, Berkeley, Department of Psychology, synesthesia information page by Noam Sagiv
Synesthesia University of Colorado, 2000, project done for the course Brain, Thought & Action, by Nathan Mjos, including section on the Stroop Test
Synesthesia: What Happens When Our Senses Get Their Wires Crossed? Pomona College, Overview of synesthesia by Evan Moreno-Davis
Synesthesia Laura Waterstripe's informative web page

Synesthetes' web sites
Synesthesia Amelia's synesthesia web page
My Place Anne Liljeström's web site, January 2, 2003
Synesthesia Ariannel's web site
Synaesthesia Astrid's (Netherlands) synaesthesia web pages
Synaesthesia Online Benjy Dale's web site
Synesthesia - my synesthetic alphabet Brendan Nee's synesthesia web page, April 15, 2005
Synesthete Perspectives Carol Steen's web page on the MIT Synesthesia and the Synesthetic Experience web site
Letter-Color Synaesthesia Cassidy Curtis's web page, September 21, 1998
Synesthesia: The Crossing of the Senses Cheryl Lynne Bradley, April 4, 2001
Synaesthesia Christian Liljeberg's web page, June 3, 2003
synaesthesia Claudia Hüfner's web page
Synaesthesia Denise Leigh's web page
Synesthesia Dianne Collier's web page
Synesthesia: It's a Beautiful Day!! Elizabeth A. Pector, M.D.'s web page
Emily’s Synaesthetic Perceptions Emily Goble's web page
Music of a Synaethete Composer Harley Gittleman's site is devoted to Synaesthesia from a composer's perspective
Synesthesia Heather Phillips' web page
Not Herbs Holly Phaneuf, Ph.D.'s synesthesia web page
Welcome to the world of … Synaesthesia James Wannerton's web site
Synesthesia Jennifer Maite's web page
Synesthete Perspectives Karen Chenausky's web page on the MIT Synesthesia and the Synesthetic Experience web site
Really Deep Thoughts: Synesthesia Leanne Meschwitz's web page, 2003
Synesthesia Lisa J. Emerson's informative web site
The Otherside of Consciousness Marcia Smilack's web site
Synesthesia Matthew Taylor's web page
My Synaesthesia Michael D. Curran's web site, 2005
Synesthesia-The Merging of Senses Naomi's web page
Synaesthesia Niko Txilar's web page
Vanilla Mist Patricia (from São Paulo)'s web site
Synesthetic Artist Philippa Stanton's web site
Synaesthesia Prasenjit Saha's web page, including applet for representing colour-letter synesthesia
Synesthesia

Rob Schurko’s web site, January 6, 2002

Synaesthesia Index Sarah (from London)'s informative web site
synaesthesia Sarah L. Mitchell’s web page
tlayden.com synesthesia Timothy Layden's synesthesia web page
Synesthesia and Number/Letter Color Imagery   Tony De Caprio's one page on his synesthesia.  Additional information on his Color Imagery page


Articles in other languages


Catalan - en català

La sinestèsia Universitat de Barcelona, 10 juny de 2013
La sinestèsia Ciència pera tothom, 18 gener de 2012
sinestèsia RodaMots, Cada dia un mot, 2 de juliol del 2009


Czech - česky

Synestesie: Barvy slov a vůně tónů Scienceworld, , Pavel Houser


Danish - dansk

Hvad er synæstesi? Sadolin.dk


Dutch - in het Nederlands

Vermenging van zintuigen komt vaker voor bij autisme   ND.nl, 20 november 2013, door René Fransen
Synesthesie bij chimpansees Grenswetenschap, 12 december 2011
Chimpansee: hoge toon is licht - Niet alleen mensen maken deze koppeling Wetenschap24, 6 december 2011, door Lara Harmans
Hoe het werkt dat sommigen deze A roodgekleurd zien Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen, 25 augustus 2011, door Tessa van Leeuwen
Is synesthesie hoog niveau hersenkracht? The Institute of Unconventional Wisdom, 29 december 2009
Synesthesie Bijzonder & bizar, van Rey, 10 oktober 2009
Synesthesie: Samenwerking tussen zintuigen De Nederlandstalige Wikipedia
Tussen zinnen: Synesthesie of hoe de zintuigen samenwerken Informatieve boek van psycholoog Crétien van Campen, september 2005
Synesthesie Lijn4 RTL4, gesprek over synesthesie met Crétien van Campen, 11 april 2005
Blauwe maandagen Bionieuws, 8 april 2005, door Marian Tjaden
Kleurrijke Zinnen Informatiepagina van het Netherlands Color Synesthesia (NeCoSyn) Project, augustus 2004, door Crétien van Campen
Een diepfluweelpaarse echtgenote: Over synesthesie en de oorsprong van kleur De Academische Boekengids, ABG 41, oktober 2003, Robbert Dijkgraaf, hoogleraar Mathematische Fysica aan de Universiteit van Amsterdam, schreef een artikel over zijn synesthesie en de oorsprong van kleur
Synesthesie: kleuren horen, klanken zien Kennislink i.s.m. Expertise Centrum Biologie (NIBI), 22 september 2003, door M.A. Frens
Nederlandse Synesthesie Pagina De eerste Nederlandse informatiepagina over synesthesie
Synesthesiedag in Rotterdam De vierde Nederlandse synesthesiedag, 5 april 2003
SYN-NL Nieuwsbrief Synesthesie Nederland Archief van verschenen nieuwsbrieven
Als je zintuigen door elkaar lopen kleuren, geuren en smaken horen, vormen proeven de verbazingwekkende elevingswereld van synestheten Noorderlicht uw Hoofdleverancier - VPRO, 2002, van Liesbeth Koenen
De smaak van moeders stem
Twee is blauw, maar 2 oranje
'Alle baby's zijn synesthetisch'
  video
Noorderlicht uw Hoofdleverancier - VPRO, 27 juni 2002
Oranje tuba's, volle sprot en lichte honing: Nieuwe gevallen van kleursynesthesie door meer verfijnde meting Psychologie Magazine, oktober 2001, Crétien van Campen en Clara Froger
Helderheid, verzadiging en toon van kleursynesthesie: Het meten van kleurervaringen bij woorden, muziek, smaken en geuren

Kleurenvisie, zomer 2001, Crétien van Campen en Clara Froger

De kleur van woorden: Resultaten synethesie experiment, deel II

Kleurenvisie, nr. 4, 1999, Crétien van Campen

Verrassende resultaten synesthesie-experiment: Deel I

Kleurenvisie, nr. 5, 1998, Crétien van Campen

Kleuren zien met je achterhoofd

Psychologie, september 1998, Crétien van Campen

1890 revisited: Bespreking van Simon Baron-Cohen en John E. Harrison

Psychologie & Maatschappij 80, september 1997, Crétien van Campen

Gedrogeerde deuren van de waarneming

Psychologie & Maatschappij 77, 1996, vol. 20., nr. 4, Crétien van Campen

De verwarring der zintuigen
Psychologie & Maatschappij 74, 1996, vol. 20, nr. 1,, Crétien van Campen
Superzintuigen MysteryDatabase.com, Sommige mensen beweren dat ze vormen kunnen proeven, smaken zien en kleuren horen. Duidt dit op een paranormale werkelijkheid vraagt Brenda Bach zich af

Finnish - suomeksi

Synestesia ­ Tietoisuuden mielikuvat     Oulun yliopisto, Opettjankoulutuslaitos, Musiikkikasvatus, Pro gradu -työ, Sysky 2001, Lasse Nissilä
Näkökulmia taiteidenvälisyyteen: Synestesia - onko taiteilla väliä? Filosofinen n&n Aikakauslehti, 2/98, Markus Lång


French - en français

SYNESTHÉSIE: L’autisme fréquemment associé à une confusion des sens   Santé log, le 25 novembre 2013 par P. Bernanose
Futura-Sciences, le 16 décembre 2011 par Janlou Chaput
La synesthésie : Vues de l’intérieur Épistémocritique, Volume VIII, Printemps 2011, le 15 juin 2011 par Hervé-Pierre Lambert
Page de Facebook dédiée à la synesthésie, par Emilie Caspar
Dossier – La synesthésie MaxiSciences, le 22 avril 2011
Qu’est-ce que la synesthésie PodcastScience.fm, le 21 avril 2011
Synesthésie L'Hérétique (Démocratie et hérésie économique), le 16 féverier 2010
Synesthésie Louis Antoine et l'antoinisme, le 20 juin 2009
Fermez les yeux et les sens se décuplent Excite France, le 1 juin 2009
Ferme les yeux et écoute si ça sent bon! 7sur7, le 29 mai 2009
La synesthésie et l’émergence de la conscience La Grande Époque, le 27 août 2008, par C. Holzhey, Banque des savoirs, Conseil général de l'Essonne, France
   Cerveau et synésthesie [mp3] Radio Suisse Romande, Impatience, le 14 juillet 2008, Nancy Ypsalantis au micro
Une nouvelle forme de synesthésie, le son de la vision Psychoweb, le 11 août 2008, par Stephane Desbrosses
De la constance dans les synesthésies graphème-couleur Psychoweb, le 2 mai 2008, par Aurelie Lamberet
Actualité médicale: Une personne sur mille est atteinte de synesthésie, un phénomène psychologique dans lequel l’individu peut sentir un son ou entendre une couleur Information Hospitalière, le 15 janvier 2008
Composantes génétiques de la synesthésie Psychoweb, le 20 décembre 2007, par Stephane Desbrosses
Constance test-retest dans la synesthésie Psychoweb, le 20 décembre 2007, par Stephane Desbrosses
Neurobiologie de la Synesthésie Psychoweb, le 20 décembre 2007, par Stephane Desbrosses
Etudes cognitives de la synesthésie Psychoweb, le 20 décembre 2007, par Stephane Desbrosses
Synesthésie : Perception réelle ou simulation? Psychoweb, le 20 décembre 2007, par Stephane Desbrosses
Qu’est-ce que la synesthésie Marbooo, le 4 octobre 2007
Serions-nous tous synesthétiques? La Grande Époque - Argentine, le 7 avril 2007, par Leonardo Vintiñi
Synesthésie Wikipédia français
Recherche sur la synesthésie Traduction d'une vidéo de ABC News originalement en anglais
Axones - les synesthètes francophones Forum destiné aux synesthètes, à les aider et à partager leur façon de voir le monde
Synesthesie.info Site dédié à la synesthésie
Le goût du mot sur le bout de la langue Le Nouvel Observateur, le 27 novembre 2006, par Cécile Dumas
Synesthésie: les mots se goûtent, à leur simple évocation AtlasVista Maroc, le 22 novembre 2006
L'étrange monde du synesthète    Médecine et enfance, décembre 2005, par Edward M. Hubbard
La synesthésie : Quand le monde devient coloré... Ou sensuel France-Jeunes.net, le 31 octobre 2005, par Cyrille Changon
Goûter un odeur, voir un son    Science & Vie Junior - Hors Série, octobre 2005, par Olivier Voizeux
Dans la bouche d'Elisabeth Sulser, la musique prend un goût salé, sucré, amer, acide… Le Temps, le 4 mars 2005, par Olivier Dessibourg
Synesthésie Inserm Unité de Neuroimagerie Cognitive, 2005, Edward M. Hubbard et Manuela Piazza

Synesthésies

Université de Toulouse, Faculté de Médecine de Rangueil, Centre de Recherche Cerveau et Cognition, 2005, Jean-Michel Hupé
La synesthésie Cyrille Chagnon, 2005
Réponse synesthétique à un stimulus émotionnel Information Hospitalière, le 10 novembre 2004
L'aura, c'est dans la tête! Agence Science-Presse, le 2 novembre 2004, par Pascal Lapointe
Des halos dans le cerveau Le Temps, le 26 octobre 2004, par Olivier Dessibourg
Neuropsycholie : Les auras: synesthésie plutôt que pouvoir psychique PsychoMédia, le 22 octobre 2004, par Gestion
Synesthète Colette Pitance, le 12 mars 2004
Ma synesthésie, dont à l'époque j'ignorais de quoi il s'agissait, ma précocité, ... douance.be, 2004
La synesthésie mensa.fr, Facettes, par François
La synesthésie Adrénaline, no 51, juin 2002
Synesthésie Arte, le 30 novembre 2001
Synesthésie Université de Genève, Faculté de Psychologie, Verónica Burela et Irene Schönenberger


German - auf Deutsch

Wenn Musik nach frischer Pfefferminze klingt: Johanna Weckesser erlebt ihr Musikstudium anders als ihre Kommilitonen. Sie ist Synästhetikerin und nimmt Töne auch als Farben und Formen wahr Zeit Online, 20. Dezember 2011
Bunte Töne, süsse Terzen, farbige Buchstaben: Die neurobiologischen Grundlagen der Synästhesie   Neue Zürcher Zeitung, 07. Dezember 2011
Tierische Synästheten: Auch Schimpansen empfinden Klänge als "hell" und "dunkel" Spektrum der Wissenschaft, 06. Dezember 2011
Tante Anna schmeckt nach Buchteln   Wiener Zeitung, 06. Dezember 2011, von Anita Ericson
Sinnes-Zusammenarbeit mit Nebenwirkungen: Hohe Töne werden nicht nur von Menschen, sondern auch von Schimpansen automatisch mit hellen Farben assoziiert Bild der Wissenschaft, 05. Dezember 2011
Wie Töne riechen und Buchstaben schmecken Focus Online, Forschung, 01. September 2011
Wechselgeld schmeckt nach Käse: Wenn die Sinne überlappen scienxx, 06. Mai 2011, von Nadja Podbregar
Synästhesie: Wenn Ziffern zicken Focus Online, Lernen, 16. Januar 2011
„Synästhesie ist eine Begabung“ Focus Online, Wissen, 01. Januar 2011. Im Gespräch mit dem Mediziner Markus Zedler
Synästhesie: Die Synästhesie ist keine Erkrankung, sondern eine angeborene Besonderheit in der Wahrnehmung von Sinnesreizen Onmeda, 19. November 2010
Synästhesie: Schmerzen anders wahrnehmen Curado, 18. November 2010
Welche Farbe hat der Schmerz? uni-protokolle.de, 11. November, 2010, von Heidemarie Hurtl
Synästhesie: Wenn Zahlen Farben haben GEOlino.de, 21. Juli 2010, von Marion Martin
Wenn Buchstaben farbig werden JuraForum, 02. Juli 2010, von Manuel Schmidt
Markus Zedler: " Synästhesie lässt sich nicht vortäuschen" Hannoversche Allgemeine, 26. Januar 2010, von Daniel Behrendt
Spiegel Online, Wissenschaft, 08. Januar 2010, von Holger Dambeck
Bei Synästhetikern sind Sinne komplexer verknüpft Welt Online, 22. Dezember 2009
Synästheten haben mehr graue Zellen: Hirnforscher weisen Gehirnveränderungen an zwei Stellen nach scinexx, Das Wissenmagazin, 10. Februar 2009
Focus Online, Gesundheit, 10. Februar 2009
Mein A ist grün: Aus der Welt der Synästhesie derStandard.at, 07. November 2008, von Cornelia Niedermeier

Synaesthesie - Wahrnehmung mit verschmolzenen Sinnen

Video von Marc Jacques Mächler, Zürich, www.synaesthesie.ch
Von Mitgefühl und gefühltem Sehen wissenschaft.de, 18. Juni 2007
Synaesthesiewerkstatt Ulm ein Einblick in das Synästhesie-Projekt "Rote Klänge" bzw. in einen Kurs für Schüler, 2007, Christine Söffing
Synästhesie Österreich Oesterreiche Website zum Thema Synästhesie
Synästhesie Virtuelle Ausstellung von Helena Bergmann und Melanie Voerman, 2006
Wenn Sinne verschwimmen: Synästhesie eröffnet neue Einsichten in die Hirnfunktion Deutschlandradio, 4. Dezember 2006, von Michael Engel
Der Geruch von Kündigung Financial Times Deutschland, 30 November, von Innes Zöttl
Ich höre Marmelade: Fünf von hundert Menschen sollen Klänge sehen, fühlen, schmecken, tasten können Zeit Online, 4. Juni 2006, von Carina Styber
Synästhesie-Forschung an der Medizinischen Hochschule Hannover Die 2. Internationale Fachkonferenz für Synästhesieforschung in Hannover

Synästhesie

 

SWR, Landesshau, Interview mit Dr. Markus Zedler, Medizinische Hochschule Hannover, April 2006
KlangFarben FarbKlänge    Kasseler Musiktage, u.a. mit Musik des Synästhetikers Olivier Messiaen, 26.-30. Oktober 2005
Seminar zu "Klangbilder - assoziative Synästhesie" Seminar in der Akademie Steinfeld (Eifel), 16.-18. September 2005
Wenn Worte zu Farben werden: Synästhesie : Erfahrungen mit Sinnesverknüpfungen    Beitrag von Wolfgang Kuwatsch bei der 11. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Zahnärztliche Hypnose (DGZH), 9.-11. September 2005, Berlin
Studien zur Synästhesie    Fortbildungsakademie der Ärztekammer Hamburg im Hammoniabad Lerchenfeld,14.August 2005, Ausstellung der Synästhetikerin Anna Mandel
Synaesthesie.ch Webseite über Synästhesie von Marc J. Mächler in Zürich, inkl. der Synästhesie-Test
Ich rieche was, was du nicht siehst Deutsche Welle, 10. Dezember 2004, von Ina Rottscheidt
Wie eine "Aura" entsteht derStandard.at, 27. Oktober 2004
Synästhesie - Menschliche Aura entsteht im Gehirn Spiegel Online, 20. Oktober 2004
„Um Flughäfen und Partys mache ich einen Bogen“ Schaumburger Nachrichten, 23. September 2004, von Gus
Menschen, für die alles bunter ist - Haben bei Ihnen Buchstaben Farben? Oder können Sie Töne farbig sehen? Dann sind sie ein so genannter Synästhetiker Tirol Online, 30. August 2004
Farben hören, Töne sehen: Synästhesie ist ein Wahrnehmungs-Phänomen ZDF, Ratgeber, 15. Juli 2004
Töne sehen, Bilder hören: Das Phänomen der Synästhesie
   Audio: mp3  real
DeutschlandRadio Berlin, Kompass, Blicke in die Gesellschaft, 12. Juli 2004, von Maria Riederer
Bewusstsein und Synästhesie: Warum manche Menschen farbig hören    Medizinische Hochschule Hannover, Poster der Synästhesieforschungsgruppe beim Tag der Wissenschaften, 24.04.2004, Hannover
Wenn Pfeffersauce nach Dreiecken schmeckt profil, 18. April 2004
Synästhesie Wikipedia, 18. März 2004
Musik und Farbe: Aspekte von Synästhesie in Geschichte und Gegenwart    Humboldt-Gymnasium Bad Pyrmont, 17. März 2004, von Andre Klapper
Mozart in Hellblau: Wenn Musik Farben hat Farbimpulse, 03. März 2004
Synästhesie – Gemischte Gefühle: Hühnchen schmeckt dreieckig womensnet.de, März 2004
Synästhesie-Forschung Medizinische Hochschule Hannover, 02. Februar 2004
Synästhesie - ein Feuerwerk der Sinne Bayerischer Rundfunk, Umwelt & Gesundheit, 21. Januar 2004
Bilder hören, Klänge sehen SWR2, Musikstunde, Sendereihe "Kleine musikalische Farbenlehre" in 5 Teilen, 19. Januar 2004 bis 23. Januar 2004, mitThomas Rübenacker
Farben, die nach Zahlen riechen: Seit jeher ist das A grasgrün. Und auch alle Zahlen haben ihre eigene Farbe Neon, 15. Januar 2004, von Micha
Interview: Welche Farbe hat die Fantasie? Die französische Pianiste Hélène Grimaud hat die seltene Gabe, Töne nicht nur zu hören, sondern auch zu horen    KlassikAkzente, Januar 2004.  Das Interview führte Michael Church
Lebkuchen schmecken nach gezacktem, goldenkariertem D-Dur Cornelia Remi's Weblog, 12. Dezember 2003
Das Azurblau von Ravel: Arte zeigt ein Porträt des Opern liebenden Malers David Hockney    Frankfurter Rundschau, 11. Dezember 2003
Brennpunkt Nerven: Wenn Sinne sich verknüpfen, vermischen und man Töne sieht sowie Farben hört, tritt das Phänomen der Synästhesie auf    NZZ Format, Flimtexte des Progamms mit einem Bericht über Synästhesie, 17. November 2003
Synästhesie - wenn die Sinne verschmelzen

Wissenschaft & Kunst, Max-Planck-Institut für Entwicklungsbiologie, 15. November 2003, von Dr. Ralf Dahm

Das B ist nicht bei allen blau: Synästhetiker sind sehr ausgeglichen und besitzen ein hohes kreatives Potenzial Ärztliche Praxis, Neurologie / Psychiatrie, 30.10.2003, von Dr. Thomas Heim
Wenn das Hühnchen eckig schmeckt Evangelischer Pressedienst, Oktober 2003, von Anna Fricke
"Zwei mal zwei ist blau"  Frankfurter Rundschau, 02. August 2003, von Antje Hildebrandt
Er kann Farben hören: Komponist György Ligeti feiert seinen 80. Geburtstag   Merkur Online, 26.Juli 2003, von Karl Robert Brachtel
Welche Farbe hat der Freitag? Wortwende, 21. Juli 2003, von Christin Gottler
Farben hören - Töne sehen: Mehr als 150.000 Deutsche sind Synästhetiker LexisNexis, 14. Juli 2003, von Dr. Petra Gaebel
Ansgar klingt rot: "Synästhesie" SWR, WDR Quarks & Co., 3. Juli 2003
Synästhesie: Wenn Töne Farben haben  
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Hessen Fernsehen, abenteuer erde, Ein Film von Claudia Heiss, 02. Juni 2003
Fundsache: Wenn Worte einen Geschmack haben Ärzte Zeitung, 02. Juni 2003
Synästhesieforum ein Projekt von R. Pautzke, 1. Juni 2003

Was ist Bewusstsein? Erster internationaler Synästhesie-Kongress zum Phänomen der verknüpften Sinne  

MMH Info, Pressestelle der Medizinischen Hochschule Hannover, Forschung, Juni / Juli 2003, von Professor Dr. Dr. Hinderk Emrich
Seminar: Neuropsychologie des Bewusstseins - Synästhesie   Universität Potsdam, Institut für Linguistik, 21.Mai 2003, Barbara Anders & Kathleen Kalz

Ausdruck – Ausstrahlung – Aura: Synästhesien der Beseelung im Medienzeitalter: Zusammenfassung
Vollbericht: Problem-Prospekt  

Universitätsklinikum Hamburg-Eppendorf, Klinik und Poliklinik für Neurologie, 11.–13. April 2003, Prof.Dr. Cornelius Weiller
Synästhesie die Philosophie-Seite über die Physik von Realität, Bewusstsein, Willkür, 05. April 2003, von Michael Rudolf Luft
"Synästhesie": 150.000 Deutsche haben verknüpfte Sinneseindrücke Medinet, 31. März 2003
Sinnesrauschen   ARD, DasErste.de, Neues von Bülowbogen, Folge 216, 29. März 2003, von Dr. Sommerfeld
Visualisierung auditiver Wahrnehmung - historische und neue Konzepte: Ein phänomenologischer Überblick    Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft f. Akustik DAGA'03, Aachen, 18.-20. März 2003, Dr.-Ing. Michael Haverkamp
Wenn Sinne verschmelzen: Erstmals widmet sich ein Kongress dem rätselhaften Phänomen der Synästhesie   DeutschlandRadio-Online, 24. März 2003, von Volkart Wildermuth
Synästhesie: Wenn man Farben hören kann Stuttgarter Zeitung, 21. März 2003 (von AP)
Bewusstsein verstehen durch Synästhesie-Forschung: Erster internationaler Kongress zum Phänomen der verknüpften Sinne Medizinische Hochschule Hannover, 21. März 2003
Synästhesie: Die Fähigkeit Farben zu hören VfgP-Josef Schedel-Forum, 21. März 2003
Synästhesie: Wenn die Sinne sich vermischen ZDF Wissen & Entdecken, 05. Februar 2003, von Anne Hartmann
Theoretische Überlegungen zur Konzeption der Synaesthesie in der Literatur der Romantik Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, 03. Februar 2003, von Brigitte Gustovic
Synästhesie – die Totalität der Sinne HörAspekte, Januar 2003
Sinn:Ich Interaktive Webseite von Steffi Lindner
Wie eine Farbe klingt Expedition Zone, 2003, von Beate Sterbenz
Was steckt hinter dem Phänomen Synästhesie?: Wenn Töne Farben haben und Muster schmecken    MMW Fortschritte in der Medizin 145, 2003. Nachgefragt bei Prof. Dr. Dr. Hinderk Emrich, Hannover; Interview: Waldtraud Paukstadt
Synästhesie Catbytes, 2003
Wenn Töne farbig sind freenet.de, 2003, von Karl C. Mayer
Synästhesien - wenn Worte farbig sind freenet.de, 2003, von Karl C. Mayer
Ich sehe was, was Du nicht hörst: Synästhesie oder das Phänomen der verschränkten Sinne DeutschlandRadio-Online, 26. Dezember 2002, von Volkart Wildermuth, inkl. Vollradiomanuskript in RTF-version
Vom Farbenhören und der Frage nach dem Geist im Gehirn RWTH Aachen, 3. Dezember 2002, von Verena Johann
Wie bitte? Farben hören und Formen riechen? Apotheken-Umschau, 30. November 2002
Musikalisierung des Lebens und Synästhesie Philosophisches Seminar der Universität Hannover/Abt. Klinische Psychiatrie und Psychotherapie der Medizinischen Hochschule Hannover , Vorlesung am 20. November 2002, H.M. Emrich und U. Schneider
Experimente zum Farbenhören    Fachgebiet Lichttechnik der Technischen Universität Ilmenau, 29. Oktober 2002, Prof. Dr-Ing. habil. Dietrich Gall, Prof. Dr. phil. Paul Klimsa, Kantor Dipl.-Musiker Hans-Jürgen Freitag und Studenten der TU
Wenn das Huhn nicht eckig genug schmeckt dpa/PZ, Oktober 2002
Porträt: Synästhesie - Wenn das Klingende leuchtet planet-wissen (WDR, SWR und BR-alpha), 30. September 2002, von Julia Ucsnay
Das "Farbenhören" wird erforscht Stuttgarter Zeitung, 17. September 2002 (von AP)
"Sieben ist blau" - Forschungsprojekt zur Synästhesie Ärzte Zeitung, 25. August 2002
Synästhetiker: Das „Y“ ist grau, das „A“ ist rot FAZ.NET, 19. Mai 2002, von Nathalie Heinke
Wenn Krankheiten klingen und Himmelsrichtungen duften FAZ.NET, 17. Mai 2002, Rezension des Buches von Hinderk M. Emrich, Udo Schneider, Markus Zedler
Synästhetiker: Ein rotes "A", ein graues "Y" geld-online, 15. Mai 2002
Interview - Synästhetiker: „Eine andere Art der Normalität“ FAZ.NET, 12. Mai 2002, Über die Ursache, Bedeutung und Vorkommen dieses Phänomens sprach FAZ.NET mit dem Leiter der Abteilung Klinische Psychiatrie und Psychotherapie der Medizinischen Hochschule Hannover, Professor Hinderk Emrich.  Das Interview führte Nathalie Heinke
Das Geheimnis der verschmolzenen Sinne - Wenn Farben klingen: Der erste internationale Synästhetiker-Kongress findet in Hannover statt Die Welt, 16. April 2002, von Senya Müller
Synästhesie - Quintett der Sinne G-Netz, 9. April 2002
Von bunten Tönen und lauten Farben. Die verrückte Welt der Synästhesie Aviva-Berlin, 07. April 2002, von Linda Tidwell
Wenn Buchstaben duften und Farben klingen   Die Welt, Wissenschaft, 19. März 2002
Schrift schmecken und Farben hören: Eine kleine Kultur- und Hörgeschichte der Synästhesie Deutschlandfunk, 8. März 2002, von Guido Graf
Synästhetische Wahrnehmung und Geräuschdesign  
Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft f. Akustik DAGA'02, Bochum, 4.-8. März 2002, Dr.-Ing. Michael Haverkamp
Projektvorstellung „Synästhesie“

Universität Leipzig, EEG-Forschungslabor der Klinik für Psychiatrie, 31. Januar 2002, von Dr. Martin Grunwald

Farbenhören häufiger als angenommen dpa/gms, 25. Januar 2002
Synästhesie – das Feuerwerk der Sinne natur&kosmos, Januar 2002, von Jan Berndorff
Synästhesie als Zeichenprozess Zeitschrift für Semiotik, Band 24 Heft 1, 2002, Zusammenfassungen verschiedenen Artikeln über Synästhesie von Roland Posner und Dagmar Schmauks, Stephanie Kneip und Jörg Jewanski, Hinderk M. Emrich, Markus Zedler und Udo Schneider, Jörg Jewanski, William H. Edmondson, Sabine Schneider, Eva Kimminich bzw. Martin Vetter
Verknüpfung auditiver und visueller Wahrnehmung    Dr.-Ing. Michael Haverkamp, 2002, Grundlagen f. Synästhetische Wahrnehmung und Geräuschdesign
Crossmodality bzw. Synästhesie Universität des Saarlandes, Fachrichtung Psychologie
Synästhesie - Vernetzung der Sinne   Die Welt, Wissenschaft, 9. Dezember 2002, von Thorsten Dargatz
Voll im Zauberwald?! PsychoPath, der Zeitschrift der Fachschaft Psychologie an der TU Dresden, Ausgabe 4 · 6. Dezember 2001, von Astrid Reißner, Franka Mehnert & Mike Rinck
Tribal - Synästhetiker   Arte, 30. November 2001
Rote Halbkugeln und kühle Glassäulen P.M. Magazin, Wissens-News, November 2001
Farben hören Synästhesie wird erforscht nano online, 09. Oktober 2001
Vernetzung der Sinne: Neuropsychologie untersucht das Phänomen der Synäsethesie CH-Forschung, Oktober 2001, von Christine Sidler
Wenn die Sinne verschmelzen Die Depesche, September 2001, von Antonie Kerwien
Klingender Blumenregen   Die Kirche (Seite 3), 19. August 2001, von Antje Bredemann
Farbwahrnehmung bei Synästhetikern Universität Bielefeld - Netzwerk Kognitionswissenschaft, 28. Juni 2001, Peter H. Weiss
Die Farbenhörer: Töne sehen, Geschmack spüren - Forscher sind den Geheimnissen der Synästesie auf der Spur SonntagsZeitung, 17. Juni 2001, von Nik Walter
Hirnforschung: Wie das Gehirn Farben, Gestalten und Bedeutungen sortiert wissenschaft.de, 29. März 2001, von Doris Marszk
Multimedia im Gehirn durch Querverschaltungen   Die Welt, Wissenschaft, 29. März 2001, von Uwe Seidenfaden
Zeit für farbige Erkenntnis Netzeitung, 29. März 2001, von Maren Wernecke
Synästhesie und Kunst Musiklabor München Montagsgespräch, 22. Januar 2001, Christine Söffing
Synästhetische Wahrnehmung und Geräuschdesign/Grundlagen: Verknüpfung auditiver und visueller Attribute   Klaus Becker (Hg.): Subjecktive Fahreindrücke sichtbar machen II. Haus der Technik Fachbuch 12. Renningen-Malmsheim: expert-Verlag, 2001 [2005 überarbeitet], von Dr.-Ing. Michael Haverkamp, Ford-Werke Gmbh, Köln
Sinn: Sinn   Diplomarbeit von Steffi Lindner 2001
Synästhesie PSI-Forum für Esoterik & Grenzwissenschaften, 20. November 2000, von Carsten Olaf Martin
Wenn Kälte wirklich klirrt: Annäherung an das Phänomen der Synästhesie DeutschlandRadio, 15. Oktober 2000, von Martin Hubert
Manche Menschen rechnen farbig oder sehen Töne - Das Phänomen der Synästhesie Psychotherapie Report, 02. August 2000, von Doris Marszk
Manche Menschen rechnen farbig wissenschaft.de, Psychologie, 01. August 2000, von Doris Marszk und inscight
Wie wir hören: Synästhesie
Westdeutscher Rundfunk (WDR), 20. Juni 2000, von Angela Bode
Auren sehen als Synästhesie Kersti's Internetseite, 10. Juni 2000, von Kersti Nebelsiek
Zart hellblaues C: Synästhetiker können Farben hören und Formen schmecken Financial Times Deutschland, 05. Mai 2000, von Monika Wimmer
Wein, der grün schmeckt Der Spiegel, 01. Mai 2000, von Veronika Hackenbroch
Psychologie: Bunte Musik und klingende Farbtöne: Verknüpfte Sinneseindrücke bei Synästhesie wissenschaft.de, 05. April 2000, von Kirsten Lindloff und Universität Leipzig
Der Zombie im Menschen: Welche Vorgänge im Gehirn erzeugen Bewusstsein? Wozu ist es gut? Und wer hat es überhaupt? MorgenWelt, 6. März 2000, von Gabor Paal
Synästhesie: »Das Leuchtende ist immer auch das Klingende« Info3, Februar 2000, von Judith Krischik
Synästhesien: Aspekte der Ausstellung *Kosmos im Kopf. Gehirn und Denken* Deutsches Hygiene - Museum Dresden 2000
Synästhesie - historisch und aktuell AHF-Information, 17. Dezember 1999, von Ulrike Zeuch
Synästhesie Dr.med.Thomas Walser, 20. Juni 1999
Farbenhören: Wie man Synästhetiker unter seinen SchülerInnen erkennt Musik & Bildung, Juni 1999, von Johannes Barkowsky
160.000 Deutsche erleben täglich ein Feuerwerk der Sinne   ekonline.de, Medizinische Informationen, 19. März 1999
Hirnforschung Synästhesie - Wenn die Töne Farben haben: Sind Synästhetiker die Vorboten einer neuen Menschheitsgeneration mit leistungsstärkeren Gehirnen? wissenschaft.de, 01. Oktober 1998, von Beatrix Stoepel
Wer knackt die Nuss? - Das Raetsel des Bewusstseins Süddeutscher Rundfunk, Radio Akademie: Welt im Kopf, 20. Juni 1998, Autor: Gabor Paal
Hirnforschung: Knotenpunkt für Sinneseindrücke im Gehirn identifiziert wissenschaft.de, 23. Februar 1998, von Doris Marszk, New Scientist
Alle Farben des Regenbogens Übersetzung des Artikels der im San Francisco Chronicle am 7. November 1997 veröffentlicht war, von Patricia Lynne Duffy
Synästhetiker hören Farben, schmecken Ecken und ringen um Selbsterfahrung Die Zeit, 12. September 1997, von Arno Orzessek
Reizende Zeiten: Farben schreien, Gerüche stechen, es wispert aus dem Nichts. Sind wir noch bei Sinnen? Eine neue ZEIT-Serie: Die Symphonie der Sinne Die Zeit, 11 April 1997, von Andreas Sentker
Synästhetiker: Farben hören, Töne sehen Die Zeit, 24. April 1996, von Volker Lange
Wundersame Lese-Reise in das menschliche Gehirn: Zehn von einer Million Menschen hören Farben und schmecken Töne Berliner Zeiting, 24. Juli 1995, von Brigitte E. Hengels
Zur Differenzierung von Synästhesien und intermodalen Analogien Systemische Musikwissenschaft Festschrift Jobst Peter Fricke zum 65. Geburtstag, 1995, von Klaus-Ernst Behne
Synästhesie medicine worldwide, Institut für Allgemeine Psychologie der Universität Leipzig, von Sabine Schneider
Synästhesie - Vernetzung der Sinne science.ORF.at, ein Beitrag von Birgit Dalheimer für die Ö1-Dimensionen
Farben hören, Formen schmecken science.ORF.at, von Birgit Dalheimer, Ö1-Wissenschaft
Synästhesie: Vermischung von Warnehmungen die Webseite von der Synästhetiker Michael Heinicke
synästhesie die Webseite von der Synästhetiker "gaucho"
Syn die Webseite von der Synästhetiker "Jibiel"
Lernstrategie: Das rote »A« die Webseite von der Synästhetiker Harry Zingel
Synästhesie die Webseite von der Synästhetiker Elisabeth Sulser
synästhesie die Webseite von der Synästhetiker Claudia Hüfner
Das Selbstinterview die Webseite von der Synästhetiker Birgit Fork
Synästhesie die Webseite von der Synästhetiker Eckhard Freuwört
Synästhesie die Webseite von der Synästhetiker Angela Meders
Synästhesie die Webseite von der Synästhetiker Nina Alexandra Kupczyk
Synästhesie – Definition John Brinckman Apotheke


Italian - in italiano

L’incredibile dono della sinestesia - Dalla ’A’ che Rimbaud vedeva nera alla musica blu di Liszt: i sinesteti nella Storia L'Indro, 29 dicembre 2011, di Alessia Ghisi Migliari
Le basi genetiche della sinestesia BRAINFACTOR Cervello e Neuroscienze, 09 febbraio 2009
Al posto dei suoni, Julian vede i colori: il violino è bordeaux Salute24 - Il Sole 24 Ore, 28 febbraio 2009
Cervello. Le emozioni possono nascere "sulle mani", sfiorando un tessuto o una superficie ItaliaInformazioni, 20 diciembre 2008
Uno studio dimostra che l'ipnosi può indurre la sinestesia Le Scienze Web News, 27 ottobre 2008
Sinestesia, sentire le immagini: Scoperta una forma nuova e rara di sinestesia, condizione che mischia i 5 sensi La Stampa, 8 agusto 2008
Se hai facoltà paranormali la spiegazione sta nel cervello La Stampa, 28 novembre 2007
Sinestesia: sapori in musica Yahoo! Italia, Salute Professional, 3 marzo 2005, di Paola Mariano
Se vedi cose strane è il cervello che fa contatto Yahoo! Italia, Salute Professional, 19 ottobre 2004, di Emanuela Grasso
Quando i sensi si mescolano C’è un meccanismo genetico alla base della «sinestesia» La Stampa, Tutto Scienze, 31 marzo 2004, di Silvia Santià
Sinestesie.it Politecnico di Milano, Dipartimento INDACO, prof. Dina Riccò, Antonio Belluscio e Silvia Guerini - un punto di riferimento, specificatamente italiano, per tutti gli studiosi, i designer, i musicisti, gli artisti, e quanti sono interessati al tema delle sinestesie
Culture della sinestesia    Hortus Musicus, n. 10, 2002, di Felice Accame e Carola Catenacci
I sinestetici ECplanet, luglio 2001, di Massimo Bertolucci
Creatività e sinestesia: una possibile correlazione Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, 2000-2001
Sinestesia & Bambini Si tratta di una miniricerca volta ad appurare l'incidenza di abilità sinestesiche in bambini delle elementari, di Sr. Gambirasio

Norwegian - norsk
Ser farger som ikke finnes forskning.no, 09. des 2005, Av Randi M. Solhaug, Journalist, Labyrint, Universitetet i Tromsø
Synsk eller bare synestetisk? forskning.no, 22. okt 2004, Av
Sånn er livet: Synestesi
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NRK P2, 5. februar 2002
Eurytmi og det fargede scenerommet: Musikk - dans - drama - scenografi ved begynnelsen av vårt århundre Trykket i tidsskriftet Steinerskolen nr. 4/1987, Av Arve Mathisen

Polish - po polski

W (bezpośrednim) kontakcie z przeszłością   KopalniaWiedzy, 16-12-09, dla Anna Blońska
Kolory na "fortepianie świetlnym" Skriabina Wikipedia: Aleksandr Skriabin
Błękitna symfonia: Niezwykłe umiejętności niewielkiej grupy osób pomogą naukowcom wyjaśnić, na czym polega kreatywność ludzkiego umysłu Newsweek Polska, 11-01-2004, numer 02/04, strona 52, Anne Underwood
Nasze zmysły współpracują ze sobą: Tyle że ta współpraca czasem przybiera dziwne formy - np. "słyszymy" kolory bądź "widzimy" dźwięki Gazeta.pl, Nauka Konferencja w Nowym Orleanie, 14-11-2003, Sławomir Zagórski 
Czy twierdzenia niektórych osób, jakoby potrafiły smakować kształty, widzieć smaki i słyszeć kolory, są oznakami zjawisk paranormalnych, czy raczej sztuczka ich Tomkoz, 2003, Tomasz K.
Stwierdzono, które obszary mózgu są aktywne w synestezji Serwis Internetowy dla Ochrony Zdrowia, 2002-03-04
Tomasz Sikora: Synestezja hyperreal.info, 2002-01-04
Badacze rozwikłali jedną z zagadek zjawiska synestezji PAP, 27 lipca 2000

Portuguese - em português

Sinestesia: O que é? Mulher Portuguesa
O que é Sinestesia? Revista Cérebro & Mente, Núcleo de Informática Biomédica, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brasil, 25 de mai de 2003, tradução e adaptação, Renato M.E. Sabbatini, PhD
Sinestesia ou quando 4 + 3 = amerlo O Cérebro Nosso de Cada Dia, jan/fev de 2002
Sinestesia Paidéia On-Line, 2001
Sinestesia: a capacidade de ouvir cores Diário do Vale, 4 de dezembro de 2000
Spanish - en español

¿Qué es la sinestesia? ¿Qué sabemos sobre ella? ¿Qué nos queda por saber?   amazings.es, 30 de diciembre 2011, por Biotay
Trastoca sinestesia arte y ciencia   Noticias Voz e Imagen, 10 de agosto 2011, por Diana Saavedra
Catas de vino, agua y miel en la semana de la sinestesia   Granada Hoy, 2 de agosto 2011
III Semana Internationaol de Sinestesia: Fotos y resultados   Blog de La Tahá, 1 de agosto 2011
   Entrevista sobre la III Semana de Sinestesia en Mecina - Helena Melero / Violence Peramón / Juanjo Romero   Radio Alpujarra, 29 de julio, 2011
La Alpujarra profundiza en ciencia, arte y creatividad   Granada Hoy, 25 de julio 2011
La III Semana Internacional de Sinestesia, Ciencia, Arte y Creatividad invita a despertar los sentidos   AndalucíaNoticias, 8 de julio 2011
Sinestesia/synesthesia. Grupo de investigación Internacional El grupo de Investigación INTERDISCIPLINAR sobre sinestesia, aplicación a las didácticas (plásticas) generales y específicas, continúa el sondeo (primera fase) en la Facultad de Ciencias de la Educación y Humanidades de la Universidad de Granada
Las personas que perciben visualmente los números recuerdan mejor fechas de sucesos pasados Soyborderline.com, 22 de dciembre 2009
La sinestesia: mezcla de los sentidos Puleva Salud, 25 de agosto 2009, por Dª. Trinidad Aparicio Pérez, Psicóloga clínica, Psicóloga escolar, Granada
El Alcalde de Cuevas preside el acto de inauguración del III Congreso Internacional de Arte y Sinestesia de Granada Teleprensa World, 28 de abril 2009
Cientificos de todo el mundo asisten en Granada al Congreso de Sinestesia, Ciencia y Arte Ideal Digital, 28 de abril 2009
Tocar la música, gustar los colores La Opinión de Granada, 24 de marzo 2009
Oiga Doctor: veo por el oído... como Rimbaud, Kandinsky y Nobokov Granada Digital, 20 de enero 2009, por María Gracia López
Encuentran dos casos nuevos de sinestesia que asocia las sensaciones táctiles a sensaciones emocionales LaFlecha, 7 de enero 2009
Sinestesia, sentidos confundidos entre sí Hoy Digital, 3 de enero 2009, por Anna Jiménez

I Congreso Int.Sinestesia y Arte 2005, Cuevas del Almanzora

Fundacion internacional artecittà, Resumen documental del primer congreso en España, Introduction: synesthesia, science and art 2007, Granada
Una de cada 1.000 personas presenta sinestesia, un fenómeno psicológico que permite oler un sonido o escuchar un color Departamento de Psicología Experimental y Fisiología del Comportamiento, Facultad de Psicología, el grupo de investigación de Neurociencia Cognitiva de la Universidad de Granada, 26 de abril 2007, Dra. Alicia Callejas Sevilla
Aportaciones teóricas y prácticas sobre la sinestesia y las percepciones sonoras en la pintura contemporánea Universitat de Barcelona, Ciències Humanes i Socials, tesis por Timothy Baird Layden, 28 de febrero 2005
El aura puede ser un fenómeno cerebral: Las personas que perciben colores en torno a los cuerpos padecerían una enfermedad neurológica llamada sinestesia Tendencias Cientificas, 7 de noviembre 2004, por Eduardo Martínez
Sinestesia ...o cuando los sentidos se confunden Revista clarin domingo, 9 de septiembre 2003
Sinestesia y emociones: reacciones afectivas ante la percepción de estímulos sinestésicamente incongruentes   Departamento de Psicología Experimental y Fisiología del Comportamiento, Facultad de Psicología, el grupo de investigación de Neurociencia Cognitiva de la Universidad de Granada, junio de 2006, tesis doctoral de Juan Lupiáñez y Alicia Callejas
El color de las palabras   Ideal, 13 de junio de 2003, por Jose Antonio Sola
Sinestesia: Cómo ver los sonidos y escuchar los colores Aula de El Mundo, 23 de enero de 2003, por Paloma Corredor
Estudio y análisis de las interrelaciones sinestésicas en los procesos sensoriales VI de Congreso Antropología aplicada, Centro de Investigaciones Etnológicas Angel Ganivet, Granada, 14 al 15 de noviembre de 2002, Mª José de Córdoba Serrano
No es locura, es sinestesia Instituto de Investigaciones Antropologicas, Humanidades, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), Coordinación de la Investigación Científica, 26 de junio de 2002, por René Drucker Colín
Beethoven Huele A Cerezas El Correo, Territorios, ciencia/futuro, 24 de abril de 2002
Entrevista con Richard E. Cytowic: Los sentidos sin sentido RTVE, 31 de marzo de 2002, Eduardo Punset
Un «cruce de cables» en el cerebro permite «oír» los colores La Nueva España, 29 de marzo de 2002
"2" Es Naranja Pero "Dos" Es Azul Amazings.com, 21 de marzo de 2002
Estudian la sinestesia, una deslumbrante sinfonía de sensaciones Associated Press, 19 de marzo de 2002, por Paul Recer
¿Ve usted lo que yo veo? Discover en español, enero 2000, por Brad Lemley
¿Qué es la Sinestesia? ConsultaPsi

Swedish - på svenska

Ett liv av färger   Gaffas Blog, 2 jan 2010
Synestesi kan "uppstå" utan färger   Nyfiken Vital, 22 dec 2009
Synestesi.se Christian Liljeberg, 2005, Skandinaviens mötesplats för diskussion och informationsutbyte om synestesi
Finns det biologiska förklaringar till skaparglädje? Sveriges Utbildningsradio, 2005, TV-Program
"Fredag är ju gul" Sveriges Utbildningsradio, Vetenskap, 2005, av Michael Morsing
Riksutställningar - Synestesi Universeum i Göteborg, 07 mar 2005, en sida om synestesi som publicerats i samband med utställningen Se hjärnan
"Emma är blåskimrande" Svenska Dagbladet, 18 maj 2004, Intervju med Irma Wahlbeck och Christian Liljeberg, av Anna Lagerblad
Ett inre liv i färger Svenska Dagbladet, 18 maj 2004, Intervju med författaren Monica Vester, av Anna Lagerblad
Vilken färg har C-dur? Dagens Nyheter, 6 februari 2003, Essä om synestesi, i synnerhet hos olika typer av konstnärer, av Thomas Anderberg
Siffror och bokstäver blir färger i hjärnan Göteborgs-Posten, 10 april 2002, Artikel om en studie om synestesi som ägt rum på Vanderbilt University, av Ulrika Wahlström
Synestesi Retroglobe, 2002, Christian Liljeberg beskriver sin synestesi, som visar sig som färgade siffor och bokstäver
Synestesi: Att förnimma omvärlden med dubbla sinnen Eva Quirbach's websida, 2002
En sinnenas inre logik Känguru, Humanistiska Föreningens, 2001, av Anne Bachmann
Synestesi - nästa steg efter multimedia? Stockholms Gasverk, 27 september 1998, Anförande vid utställningen "Kosmisk strålning pågår", av Karl-Erik Tallmo
Jag ser vad du säger! Ogas Synestesi, En ovanlig sida med visst innehåll om synestesi

Turkish - Türkçe
Sinestezi Denizce, 27.05.2003, Dr. Sultan Tarlaci, Nörologi Uzmani
Sosyal Bir Fenomen :: Sinestezi hafif.org, 08.07.2002, oky
Sözcükler renkli, sesler gökkuşağı... Evrensel, 22.03.2002
Tuz köşeli, beş mavi, A kırmızı... Radikal-Online, 27.02.2002
Renkleri işitmek, Sesleri Görmek: Sinestezi   Aralik, 2001, Dr. Sultan Tarlaci, Nörologi Uzmani
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