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Autistic People More Likely To Hear Colors, See Sounds, Cambridge University Study


11/20/2013 7:35:52 AM

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People with autism may be more likely than others to have synesthesia, a condition in which people experience a mixing of their senses, such as hearing tastes and shapes, and seeing numbers in colors, a new study from Europe suggests.

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