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& In synesthesia, stimulation of one sensory modality leads to a percept in another nonstimulated modality, for example, graphemes trigger an additional color percept in graphemecolor synesthesia, which encompasses the variants letter-color and digit-color synesthesia. Until recently, it was assumed that synesthesia occurs strictly unidirectional: Although the perception of a letter induces a color percept in letter-color synesthetes, they typically do not report that colors trigger the perceptdoi:10.1162/jocn.2008.21166 pmid:19016601 fatcat:pxfkrg5f4rfmvdz3qjbaxvc4mm