Daniel Kish

St. Louis on the Air
11:17 am
Mon February 4, 2013

Seeing Sounds, Hearing Colors: UMSL Professor Researches Rare Condition

Some synesthetes see letters and numbers as colors
(via Flickr/jtbrennan)

Synesthesia is a complex and rare condition in which input from one sense is perceived through another sense.

The abilities of people to see what they hear or hear what they see are just two examples.

A significant amount of research into the condition is being conducted at the University of Missouri – St. Louis.

Host Don Marsh spoke with Professor of Philosophy Brit Brogaard of the University of Missouri – St. Louis, and with Kristian Marlow, a graduate student of philosophy at UMSL who participates in the research.

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