Even People Without Synesthesia Find Colors in Music

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2 Responses to “Even People Without Synesthesia Find Colors in Music”

  1. Karl Says:

    Hey PR, did you catch this article today about “Motion Quotient“?

    • Poor Richard Says:

      Thanks, Karl. Interesting article. The dynamic balance between attention and inattention is a great subject. I think it plays a big role in autism spectrum disorders, too. I like the metaphor of a “graphic equalizer” when I think of the brain’s perceptual apparatus. I think the brain’s ability to adjust perceptual sensitivities up and down according to changing priorities is a key to many cognitive capabilities.


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