jamie goode's wine blog: 'People may be able to taste words'

Thursday, May 28, 2009

'People may be able to taste words'

Check out this recent BBC News Piece on synaesthesia (the jumbling of the senses). It features Charles Spence, a researcher from Oxford University, who is working with Heston Blumenthal on a very interesting-sounding project...

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At 1:31 AM, Blogger Camoranesi said...

Whether or not people can taste words, I'm not sure. But there is a case in Oliver Sacks most recent (fascinating) book Musicophilia which details a synaesthete who experiences taste when hearing individual notes (e.g. D minor is sour).


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