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synesthesia

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Elijah Butsko

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Transcript of synesthesia

From World of Invention, 2006 Synesthesia is a psychological disorder, whereby sound is perceived as color, or taste as touch.
Causes and Symptoms
The cause of Synesthesia is really unknown as of right now, but it tends to run in families. Six times more woman then men are diagnosed with Synesthesia
How do you know if you have Synesthesia
If you perceive music as colors, you probably have project Synesthesia which means you are starting to experience Synesthseia
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Symptoms of Synesthesia
Irregular Sensory Experiences
Consistent Reactionary Triggers
Involuntary and Automatic Perception
Simple and Objective Sensations
Stages
There are no stages of synesthesia, but
some people only have one sense that
is changed and others may have many
or all.

2 Fun Facts about Synesthesia
Synesthesia has been proven to be more common in women and left-handed individuals. -Space-Time Synesthesia
6 Intriguing Types of Synesthesia: Tasting Words, Seeing Sounds, Hearing Colours And More
From PSYBLOG 2014
Lexical-gustatory synesthesia is one of the rarest, it's when words are proceed as taste in the mind. Less then 0.2% of the world population experiences Lexical-gustatory synesthesia. Lexical-gustatory synesthesia also involves temperature, texture, and exact location on the tongue of the food that he/his is tasting. Mirror-touch synesthesia is when you feel the exact sensation as another person feel. About 1.6% of people in the world have this, it is not the same as experience pain when you see someone else is being hurt because that about 30% of the population. There is Synesthesia that triggers strong negative emotion like disgust or anger, misophonia is the symptoms and it is extremely rare. Personification, Number-form synesthesia, Chromesthesia are the other three of the six types of Synesthesia.
One in 2,000 people have Synesthetes and about 300 people have some variation of Synesthesia.

The musician's brain
There was a strong interest in Synesthensia between 1880-1920'S because of the artists and musicians. When looking at the paintings and the music you can explore the ideas relating to Synesthensia. You can look at the painting and experience what Synesthensia would've felt like.
When looking at this painting
this is want a Synesthensia person
mite be experiencing when listening to music. The person look at this will enjoys the full value of it because it means more to them then us. This is way they wanted to know more about Synesthensia people so they can show the full value of the paint and music to everyone.
The End
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