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The Oxford Handbook of Synesthesia

 New,The Oxford Handbook of Synesthesia

  • Author: Hubbard, Edward M.
  • Author: Simner, Julia

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Contents

  • Part 1: Origins of Synesthesia
  • 1 Donielle Johnson, Carrie Allison, and Simon Baron-Cohen: The prevalence of synesthesia: The consistency revolution
  • 2 Julian E. Asher and Duncan A. Carmichael: The genetics and inheritance of synaesthesia
  • 3 Daphne Maurer, Laura C. Gibson, and Ferrinne Spector: Synesthesia in infants and very young children
  • 4 Julia Simner and Edward M. Hubbard: Synesthesia in school-aged children
  • 5 Peter Hancock: Synesthesia, alphabet books, and fridge magnets
  • Part 2: Synesthesia, Language, and Numbers
  • 6 Roi Cohen Kadosh and Avishai Henik: Numbers, synesthesia, and directionality
  • 7 Clare Jonas and Michelle Jarick: Synesthesia, sequences, and space
  • 8 Julia Simner: The 'rules' of synesthesia
  • 9 Aleksandra Mroczko-Wasowicz and Danko Nikolic: Colored alphabets in bilingual synesthetes
  • 10 Fiona N. Newell: Synesthesia, meaning, and multilingual speakers
  • 11 Wan-Yu Hung: Synesthesia in non-alphabetic languages
  • 12 Monika Sobczak-Edmans and Noam Sagiv: Synesthetic personification: The social world of graphemes
  • Part 3: Attention and Perception
  • 13 Tessa M. van Leeuwen: Individual differences in synesthesia
  • 14 Anina N. Rich and Jason B. Mattingley: The role of attention in synesthesia
  • 15 Chai-Youn Kim and Randolph Blake: Revisiting the perceptual reality of synesthetic color
  • 16 Bryan D. Alvarez and Lynn C. Robertson: Synesthesia and binding
  • 17 Tanja C. W. Nijboer and Bruno Laeng: Synesthesia, eye-movements, and pupillometry
  • 18 Alicia Callejas and Juan Lupi an ez: Synesthesia, incongruence, and emotionality
  • Part 4: Contemporary and Historical Approaches
  • 19 Jorg Jewanski: Synesthesia in the nineteenth century: Scientific origins
  • 20 Richard E. Cytowic: Synesthesia in the twentieth century: Synesthesia's renaissance
  • 21 Christopher T. Lovelace: Synesthesia in the twenty-first century: Synesthesia's ascent
  • 22 Christine Mohr: Synesthesia in space versus the 'mind's eye': How to ask the right questions
  • 23 Markus Zedler and Marie Rehme: Synesthesia: A psychosocial approach
  • Part 5: Neurological Basis of Synesthesia
  • 24 Edward M. Hubbard: Synesthesia and functional imaging
  • 25 Romke Rouw: Synesthesia, hyperconnectivity, and diffusion tensor imaging
  • 26 Peter H. Weiss: Can gray matter studies inform theories of (grapheme-color) synesthesia?
  • 27 Kevin J. Mitchell: Synesthesia and cortical connectivity: A neurodevelopmental perspective
  • 28 Lutz Jancke: The timing of neurophysiological events in synaesthesia
  • 29 Neil G. Muggleton and Elias Tsakanikos: The use of transcranial magnetic stimulation in the investigation of synesthesia
  • 30 Michael J. Banissy: Synesthesia, mirror neurons, and mirror-touch
  • Part 6: Costs and Benefits: Creativity, Memory, and Imagery
  • 31 Catherine M. Mulvenna: Synesthesia and creativity
  • 32 Cretien van Campen: Synesthesia in the visual arts
  • 33 Patricia Lynne Duffy: Synesthesia in literature
  • 34 Carol Steen and Greta Berman: Synesthesia and the artistic process
  • 35 Beat Meier and Nicolas Rothen: Synesthesia and memory
  • 36 Mary Jane Spiller and Ashok S. Jansari: Synesthesia and savantism
  • 37 Mark C. Price: Synesthesia, imagery, and performance
  • Part 7: Cross-Modality in the General Population
  • 38 Lawrence E. Marks: Weak synesthesia in perception and language
  • 39 Cesare Parise and Charles Spence: Audiovisual cross-modal correspondences in the general population
  • 40 Argiro Vatakis: Cross-modality in speech processing
  • 41 Vincent E. Walsh: Magnitudes, metaphors, and modalities: A theory of magnitude revisited
  • 42 Laurent Renier and Anne G. De Volder: Sensory substitution devices: Creating 'artificial synesthesias'
  • 43 Christine Cuskley and Simon Kirby: Synesthesia, cross-modality, and language evolution
  • Part 8: Perspectives on Synesthesia
  • 44 Sean A. Day: Synesthesia: A first-person perspective
  • 45 Noam Sagiv and Chris D. Frith: Synesthesia and consciousness
  • 46 Brian L. Keeley: What exactly is a sense?
  • 47 Mary-Ellen Lynall and Colin Blakemore: What synesthesia isn't
  • 48 V. S. Ramachandran and David Brang: From molecules to metaphor: Outlooks on synesthesia research
  • 49 Jamie Ward: Synesthesia: Where have we been? Where are we going?