Synaesthesia, hypnosis and consciousness

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Anderson, Hazel Patricia;
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For people with synaesthesia, a percept or concept (inducer) triggers another experience (concurrent) which is usually in a different modality. The concurrent is automatic, and in the case of certain types of synaesthesia also consistent, however the relationship betwee... View more
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