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Resources on Using Your Senses
by Ron Kurtus (revised 16 January 2014)
The following is a compilation of resources on the field of using your senses. Select an area of interest to see its resources:
The Value of Having Two Ears - Hughes Medical Institute
Hearing Dogs for Deaf People - British Association
Healthy Hearing - Information on dealing with hearing loss
How Do We See Colors? - Hughes Medical Institute
Olfaction - Technical description of smell from chemical company
Smell Theme Page - Links to various smell resources
When Doctors Used to Smell - Smelling used in health care
Everyday fantasia: The world of synesthesia - American Psychological Association
Some People Really Can Taste The Rainbow - National Public Radio
Synesthesia Research - University of Sussex (UK)
Synesthesia in Science and Technology - NIH Public Access paper
Synesthesia - Wikipedia
Synesthesia: a colorful word with a touching sound? - Frontiers in Psychology
Brain Areas Critical To Human Time Sense Identified - From Daily University Science News
Theory of subjective time perception - From Halfbakery.com
Circadian fluctuation of time perception in healthy human subjects - From Accelerated Learning Online
Time - By Dr. Roy Mathew, Professor of Psychiatry and Associate Professor of Radiology, Duke University Medical School
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