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No one has done more than Richard Cytowic and David Eagleman to bring a careful neuroscientific attention to synesthesia, grounded in decades of research and reports from thousands of patients. Their work has changed the way we think of the human brain, and Wednesday Is Indigo Blue is a unique and indispensable guide for anyone interested in how we perceive the world.(Oliver Sachs)
A fascinating survey of the enormous variety and creativity of the synaesthetic mind.(Daniel Tammet, synesthete and author of Born on a Blue Day)
Filled with detailed tables, clarifying illustrations, and instructive chapters, this title, which includes an afterword by Nabokov's son Dmitri (also a synesthete), should be required reading for teachers and anyone who works with children.(Library Journal)
This is a clear, clever book that will appeal to synaesthetes in search of explanations, and to all with a passion for neurology's wild territory.(Liz Else New Scientist)
My 12 yo dd with very active synesthesia found this book very interesting.Published 1 month ago by Cider Hill
Really well written and informative. Just learning about this with my daughter and this was really helpful!Published 2 months ago by Rob Thorndyke
In "Wednesday Is Indigo Blue", researchers Richard E. Cytowic, MD and David M. Eagleman, PhD introduce readers to the neurological phenomenon of synesthesia, in which a person may... Read morePublished 3 months ago by mirasreviews
"In synesthesia two or more senses are automatically and involuntarily coupled such that a voice, for example, is not only heard, but additionally felt, seen, or tasted. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Ama Su Nilia
Very understandable definition of the condition of synesthesia. Gave me a huge insight into how I think and how others may perceive the world also. Read morePublished 18 months ago by TimWatercolors
This book is very informative about synesthetes, a condition I have only learned about recently. I wanted more information about specifics and this book delivers!Published 23 months ago by M. Iiames
clinical student here - i don't have synesthesia (though i do wish i did after reading this!) but i've always loved psychology and "fringe" fields of... Read morePublished on November 5, 2013 by Kyle Johnson