Tracey Ghassaei

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When you hear the word "lemon," do you just think of the fruit, or do you smell and taste it, too? If so, you might be a synesthete. Synesthesia happens when your perceptions overlap, and you experience sensory input in multiple forms at a time: seeing music in color or personalities in letters, for example. Research is now showing that autistics are more likely to have synesthesia, but most people with these abilities don't even know that the whole world isn't seeing and hearing the same things they are.

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