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A persistent memory advantage is specific to grapheme-colour synaesthesia
For people with synaesthesia ordinary stimuli such as digits or letters induce concurrent experiences such as colours. Synaesthesia is associated with a memory advantage and the aim of this study was to investigate whether this advantage persists across time. We tested recognition memory of four different types of synaesthesia with different inducer-concurrent pairings across two sessions with a one-year retention interval. In the study phase, participants learned three kinds of stimuli (i.e.,doi:10.1038/s41598-020-60388-6 pmid:32103070 fatcat:wr7enutfkjd4lpm6zcvd2zihyq