pseudochromesthesia

pseudochromesthesia

 [soo″do-krōm″es-the´zhah]
a synesthesia in which certain sounds induce sensations of color.

pseu·do·chro·mes·the·si·a

(sū'dō-krō'mes-thē'zē-ă),
An anomaly in which each vowel in the printed word is seen as colored.
See also: photism, color hearing.
[pseudo- + G. chrōma, color, + aisthēsis, sensation]

pseu·do·chro·mes·the·si·a

(sū'dō-krō'mes-thē'zē-ă)
1. An anomaly in which each vowel in the printed word is seen as colored.
See also: photism
[pseudo- + G. chrōma, color, + aisthēsis, sensation]

pseudochromesthesia

(soo?do-kro?mes-the'ze-a) [? + chroma, color, + aisthesis, sensation]
A condition in which sounds, esp. of the vowels, seem to induce a sensation of a distinct visual color.
See: phonism; photism; synesthesia