Hearings have colors: A mixed design study of synesthesia

Alma Uzuntuna, Leyla
Çoksan, Sami


Hearings Have Colors: A Mixed Design Study Of Synesthesia
Alma Uzuntuna, Leyla; Çoksan, Sami (2022-07-02)
Synesthesia is a rare perceptual condition which a certain stimuli is experienced by at least more than one sensation (Beeli, Esslen and Jancke, 2008). Current study aims to understand the experience of synesthesia by the aid of individuals declaring to have synesthesia. In order to accomplish this aim, the research was planned to be twofolded. A mixed (QUAL-quan) design study was applied in order to understand how synesthesia is experienced by people having synesthesia. In orders words, while qua...
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Citation Formats
L. Alma Uzuntuna and S. Çoksan, “Hearings have colors: A mixed design study of synesthesia,” 2019, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://ecp2019.ru/registration/oral-poster-presentations/.