Table of contents for The hidden sense : synesthesia in art and science / Cretien van Campen.

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Contents
Acknowledgements
1 Introduction
I PERCEPTION
2 Music Video Clip Without TV 
	Looking Around in Sound Images
Two-way Traffic
	Synesthesia, Drugs and Rock & roll
	Romantic Landscapes
Synesthetic Composers
Bach in Colored Bars
Vivaldi¿s Coils
3 Children Draw Music
Baby¿s Sensory Soup
The Senses Separate
Children Discover Synesthesia
Painting on Music
Developing Synesthesia
4 Visual Music
Color Organs
Scriabin¿s Vision
Musical Paintings
The Digital Salon
II THOUGHT
5 Calculating in Colors
Red and Red is Black
Arabesques and Pattern Recognition
Numbers in Space
Visual Thinking
Extraordinary Thinkers
6 Poetic Synesthesia
Synesthesia in a Character 
Arms on my Brains
How Many Senses?
Synesthetic Indians
Channeling Sensory Impressions
7 Exploring Drug-induced Synesthesia
Opium Eaters
Murmuring Twilight
The Hashish Club
Pharmacological Experiments
Is Synesthesia a Hallucination?
III INSIGHT
8 A Colored Brain?
Normal or Abnormal?
Who is Synesthete?
How Many Synesthetes?
A Slippery Subject
9 Dark Double Bass and Purple Piano
Color, a Multi-faceted Experience
Colors in Odors, Flavors and Music 
Varieties in Form and Dynamics
Matching Sensory Qualities
Common and Particular Synesthesia
10 The Hidden Sense
A Particular Common Sense
A New View
Enjoying, Knowing, and Creating
Awareness of Synesthesia
What is Learnt in the Cradle Lasts till the Tomb 
My Synesthesia
Bibliography
Index of Names
Index of Subjects

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Synesthesia.