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A time course analysis of the synesthetic colour priming effect

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A currently unresolved issue in research on synesthesia concerns the extent to which synesthetic experiences arise automatically. To shed light on this issue. we manipulated the stimulus onset asynchrony (SOA) in a synesthetic colour priming task (i.e., 0 ms, 200 ms, 1,000 ms). Results show that 200-ms presentations of synesthetic inducers produce reliable synesthetic colour priming at short SOAs. Based on this finding, we conclude that synesthesia is produced by fast-acting, automatic processes.
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HEARING SYNESTHESIA, INTERFERENCE, ATTENTION, BINDING, SYNAESTHESIA, WORDS

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Spruyt, Adriaan et al. “A Time Course Analysis of the Synesthetic Colour Priming Effect.” CANADIAN JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE PSYCHOLOGIE EXPERIMENTALE 63.3 (2009): 211–215. Print.
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Spruyt, A., Koch, J., Vandromme, H., Hermans, D., & Eelen, P. (2009). A time course analysis of the synesthetic colour priming effect. CANADIAN JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE PSYCHOLOGIE EXPERIMENTALE, 63(3), 211–215.
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Spruyt, Adriaan, Johannes Koch, Heleen Vandromme, Dirk Hermans, and Paul Eelen. 2009. “A Time Course Analysis of the Synesthetic Colour Priming Effect.” Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology-revue Canadienne De Psychologie Experimentale 63 (3): 211–215.
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Spruyt, Adriaan, Johannes Koch, Heleen Vandromme, Dirk Hermans, and Paul Eelen. 2009. “A Time Course Analysis of the Synesthetic Colour Priming Effect.” Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology-revue Canadienne De Psychologie Experimentale 63 (3): 211–215.
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Spruyt A, Koch J, Vandromme H, Hermans D, Eelen P. A time course analysis of the synesthetic colour priming effect. CANADIAN JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE PSYCHOLOGIE EXPERIMENTALE. 2009;63(3):211–5.
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A. Spruyt, J. Koch, H. Vandromme, D. Hermans, and P. Eelen, “A time course analysis of the synesthetic colour priming effect,” CANADIAN JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE PSYCHOLOGIE EXPERIMENTALE, vol. 63, no. 3, pp. 211–215, 2009.
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  abstract     = {A currently unresolved issue in research on synesthesia concerns the extent to which synesthetic experiences arise automatically. To shed light on this issue. we manipulated the stimulus onset asynchrony (SOA) in a synesthetic colour priming task (i.e., 0 ms, 200 ms, 1,000 ms). Results show that 200-ms presentations of synesthetic inducers produce reliable synesthetic colour priming at short SOAs. Based on this finding, we conclude that synesthesia is produced by fast-acting, automatic processes.},
  author       = {Spruyt, Adriaan and Koch, Johannes and Vandromme, Heleen and Hermans, Dirk and Eelen, Paul},
  issn         = {1196-1961},
  journal      = {CANADIAN JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE PSYCHOLOGIE EXPERIMENTALE},
  keywords     = {HEARING SYNESTHESIA,INTERFERENCE,ATTENTION,BINDING,SYNAESTHESIA,WORDS},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {3},
  pages        = {211--215},
  title        = {A time course analysis of the synesthetic colour priming effect},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/a0015299},
  volume       = {63},
  year         = {2009},
}

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