Abstract: Synesthesia is a phenomenon in which one sense or part of the body is stimulated by another sense or part of the body. For example, certain sounds or visuals can stimulate and be related to colors, textures or smells. This article primarily focuses on synesthesia and music and understanding the mechanisms in the brain that allow certain people to see colors when listening or playing music. This review will also reference and analysis research that has been conducted on synesthesia in the brain
The synesthesia is a neurodevelopmental condition is that one kind of stimulation evokes the feeling of another, such as hearing of a sound produces the visualization of a color. According to the research article, the synesthesia occurs in 4% of the population while in autism spectrum condition it occurs. Autisms is usually diagnosed in children between the age of 2 or 3 years old and the main features of the autisms that are social interaction difficulties, verbal and nonverbal communication problems
people who possess these psychic abilities. The public questions these individuals’ abilities for true or false answers; therefore, they can provide evidence such as an experience or encounter. Psychic abilities take on many forms such as telepathy, synesthesia, and telekinesis.
Chapter 1: The Science of Psychology Downs, Martin. “Psychology vs. Psychiatry: Which is better?” WebMd.com. WebMD, Inc., 2005. Web. 30 Nov. 2014. The article is about the importance of psychology, the article is written by the Downs Martin in the year of 2005. This article is very much important and it is providing information about the psychology and about the psychiatrist. In the medical treatment the psychological is very useful and significant means of medical treatment. According to writer
executive functions that include perception, memory and the management of the cognitive process (Siddiqui et al., 2008). It is a multimodal association cortex that that integrates information that is immensely processed from numerous sensory modalities. In comparison, the lateral temporal cortex consists of the inferior temporal gyrus and the fusiform gyrus. The inferior temporal gyrus is responsible for perception and processing of objects seen, as well as, memory and the ability to recall these
PHILOSOPHY THE IMPORTANCE OF METAPHOR IN FORMULATING CONCEPTS AND PERCEPTIONS Metaphor lives a covert living all over. We complete around six metaphors per minute. Metaphorical thoughts are significant on how we appreciate our own self and other people, how we correspond, be taught, discern and create. But metaphor is a manner of thinking before it is a manner with language. At this time, to help explicating this, lets enlist the help of one of our supreme philosophers, the reigning king of the
ied ImJournal of Consumer Research, Inc. Speaking of Art as Embodied Imagination: A Multisensory Approach to Understanding Aesthetic Experience Author(s): Annamma Joy and John F. Sherry, Jr. Reviewed work(s): Source: Journal of Consumer Research, Vol. 30, No. 2 (September 2003), pp. 259-282 Published by: The University of Chicago Press Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1086/376802 . Accessed: 22/10/2012 06:18 Your use of the JSTOR archive indicates your acceptance of the Terms & Conditions
crucial for creating an unforgettable consumer experience. The effort afoot to restore embodied realism to social scientiﬁc inquiry (Johnson 1999; Lakoff and Johnson 1999) has generated some of the most exciting research into consumer behavior. In this article, we address the links between embodiment and consumer experiences in order to elucidate the contours of the aesthetic experience—not just the process of thinking bodily but how the body affects the logic of our thinking about art. With this goal in