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What is Two-Sensory Synesthesia?

What is Two-Sensory Synesthesia?

  • Two-Sensory Synesthesia: 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. Two-ensory synesthesia is when sensations are experienced in a modality when a stimulus is received in a different modality e.g. a bright light may trigger experiences of pain.

Two-Sensory Synesthesia: Introduction

Types of Two-Sensory Synesthesia:

Broader types of Two-Sensory Synesthesia:

How serious is Two-Sensory Synesthesia?

Prognosis of Two-Sensory Synesthesia: 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.

What causes Two-Sensory Synesthesia?

Causes of Two-Sensory Synesthesia: see causes of Two-Sensory Synesthesia

What are the symptoms of Two-Sensory Synesthesia?

Symptoms of Two-Sensory Synesthesia: see symptoms of Two-Sensory Synesthesia

Two-Sensory Synesthesia: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Two-Sensory Synesthesia.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Two-Sensory Synesthesia.

How is it treated?

Treatments for Two-Sensory Synesthesia: see treatments for Two-Sensory Synesthesia

Name of Two-Sensory Synesthesia

Main name of condition: Two-Sensory Synesthesia


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