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Synesthesia is a condition in which multiple senses are perceived simultaniously, for example experiencing taste upon hearing words (Lexical–gustatory synesthesia). There are a myriad of different forms of synesthesia, which can be classified in two categories: • Projective synesthesia: seeing actual colors, forms, or shapes when stimulated • Associative synesthesia: feeling very strong and involuntary connections between the stimulus and the sense that it triggers
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