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A quick look inside of some of the subjects covered: Gustav Fechner - Synesthesia, A Mango-Shaped Space, Lexical-gustatory synesthesia - PS, List of people with synesthesia - Leonard Bernstein, Synesthesia - Misophonia, Grapheme-color synesthesia, Psilocin - Behavioral and non-behavioral effects, Figure of speech - Tropes, Mescaline - Behavioral and non-behavioral effects, Neural basis of synesthesia - Neurophysiological substrates, Index of psychology articles - S, Lexical-gustatory synesthesia - Possible Genetic Basis, Synesthesia - The vOICe, Lexical-gustatory synesthesia - JIW, Otherland - The Volunteers, Sensory overload - As component of other disorders, Mirror-touch synesthesia - In mirror-touch synesthetes, Neural basis of synesthesia - Disinhibited feedback, Aphex Twin - Gaining success: 1992–1995, Synaesthesia - Notable cases, Synesthesia in art, Lexical-gustatory synesthesia - Possible Neural Basis, Exceptional memory - Drawbacks, Richard Cytowic, JetAudio - Music visualization, Synesthesia in art - Visual music, Synesthesia - Literary depictions, LSD, David Eagleman - Synesthesia, Synesthesia in art - Further reading, Hypnagogia - Other sensations, Neurological disorder - Mental functioning, UK Synaesthesia Association, Pumpkin - Iconography and commercialization, Ergine - History, Alexander Scriabin, Synesthesia - Artistic investigations, and much more...