psychochromesthesia

psy·cho·chro·mes·the·si·a

(sī'kō-krō'mes-thē'zē-ă),
A form of synesthesia in which a certain stimulus to one of the special organs of sense produces the mental image of a color.
See also: photism, color taste, pseudogeusesthesia.
[psycho- + G. chrōma, color, + aisthēsis, sensation]
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psychochromesthesia

(si?ko-krom?es-the'ze-a) [? + ? + aisthesis, sensation]
Color sensation produced by the stimulus of a sense organ other than that of vision.
See: pseudochromesthesia
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