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Edward Hubbard Defines Synesthesia

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Dr. Edward Hubbard and Radhika Gosavi explain synesthesia as a cognitive condition that affects the perception of sensory stimuli. For people synesthesia, stimuli evoke sensations in multiple sensory regions. Hubbard and Gosavi discuss different types of synesthesia and the cognitive processes involved, and a synesthete describes the experience.

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