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Colored Hearing: Chromesthesia or colored hearing is a form of synesthesia where hearing particular sounds or words results in a perception of color. The reverse may also be true in some cases with particular colors resulting in the experience of sounds e.g. a change in the color of traffic lights may result in the person perceiving a bell-chime. Synesthesia is a relatively common perceptual anomaly where a stimulus of one of the senses (e.g. hearing) results in an experience or sensation in another sensory modality or an unusual perception in the same sensory modality. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Colored Hearing is available below.
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Prognosis for Colored Hearing: Synesthesia is not a disease and in most cases people are born with it. Most people consider the anomaly a special gift rather than a problem to be treated.
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