Interviews

Title Description Interviewee Producer Duration
Imaging synesthesia Modern imaging techniques, like fMRI, can be used to view activity in the brains of synesthetes and shed light on how they process sensory information differently. Jamie Ward goCognitive 00:02:04
The neural anatomy of synesthesia The adjacency principle, the idea that pairings in synesthetes are a result of the neural areas in which the information is processed being adjacent to one another, is one of the leading theories about the cause of synesthesia. Jamie Ward goCognitive 00:03:41
Visual Perception and Size Illusions In this video, Dr. Scott Murray from the University of Washington explains the basic processes underlying visual perception. He emphasizes the goal of visual perception - the interpretation of a proximal stimulus in terms of the what is out there in... Scott Murray goCognitive 00:19:52