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An example how a synesthetic person might associate a color to letters and numbers.

Source Self-made in Inkscape based on en:Image:Synestheticwiki3.png
Author User:Mysid
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I have found a study that found trends in synesthetic grapheme > colour associations. I have recoloured the original graphic to match the findings of the study, so that the word "synesthesia" would be a better example of the phenomenon in general. It still needs to be redone as an svg (I would have done this myself if I knew how). Also, if the community considers some of the colours to be too light, please don't use this; it is better to have a less representative image that is easier to read than it is to have one that demonstrates trends more accurately.


Edited in GIMP from the original.

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Sweyn78 (talk) 17:56, 11 March 2012 (UTC)

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