The Oxford Handbook of Synesthesia is now also available (with subscription) through the Oxford Handbooks Online web catalog, with all of the same content that is available in the hardcover version, plus links to a variety of other related content. You can find the electronic version of the book here. Don’t forget that there is also
Our very own Abigail Zellner presented her work in the Biology 152 poster session yesterday, December 12. We took a few pictures of Abbie and her excellent poster, and have added them to our pictures page.
The School of Education news page has also released a brief announcement about the publication of the Oxford Handbook of Synesthesia. They quote from the Oxford University Press press release, stating: Synesthesia is a fascinating phenomenon which has captured the imagination of scientists and artists alike. This inherited condition gives rise to a kind of
I’m pleased to announce that the Oxford Handbook of Synesthesia, which I co-edited with Julia Simner, is officially published today. Despite what Amazon says (to be published February 12, 2014) the book is out. You can find a preview of the book in google books. The book (at 49 chapters and over 1100 pages long) aims to integrate
Ed spoke to Minnesota Public Radio (MPR) about synesthesia for their BrainsOn segment about Numbers. You can find the entire story here: http://www.brainson.org/numbers/ The part about synesthesia starts at 14:47.