"Seeing" Sounds and "Hearing" Food: The Science of Synesthesia

When Julian Asher hears a violin, he sees red wine. However, this Imperial College London professor isn’t crazy: One out of every thousand people is said to experience this neurological condition called synesthesia. It causes two senses to blend together, so that stimulation of one sense triggers an entirely different one, involuntarily and simultaneously. Here’s … Continue reading "Seeing" Sounds and "Hearing" Food: The Science of Synesthesia