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The Hidden Sense: Synesthesia in Art and Science (Leonardo Books) (英語) ハードカバー – 2007/10/31

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" Even readers already familiar with synesthesia will find much to learn from Cre tien van Campen's "The Hidden Sense: Synesthesia in Art and Science." In clear and lucid prose, van Campen provides shimmering descriptions of synesthetic experiences as he explores the complex interplay between synesthesia in science and, especially, synesthesia in the arts. Although several of van Campen's stances on the science of synesthesia are debatable and controversial, agree with them or not, reading "The Hidden Sense" will broaden and deepen one's understanding of this fascinating set of phenomena." --Lawrence E. Marks, Director, John B. Pierce Laboratory, and Professor of Epidemiology and Psychology, Yale University " This is an extremely interesting, current, and well-written book that highlights a fascinating topic in synaesthesia research, namely the translation of synesthetes' experiences into art." --Hinderk Emrich, Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, Hannover University, Germany " This slim, sparkling, sonorous volume is wonderfully rich and attention-holding. "The Hidden Sense" will be of profound interest to cognitive scientists, musicians, and other artists for the dialogue it enjoins between their respective domains of expertise. But it will especially appeal to the general reader for the lucidity of its exposition of the art and science of synesthesia, and the lively accounts it contains of the everyday experience of synesthetes in their own words." --David Howes, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Concordia University & quot; This is an extremely interesting, current, and well-written book that highlights a fascinating topic in synaesthesia research, namely the translation of synesthetes' experiences into art.& quot; -- Hinderk Emrich, Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, Hannover University, Germany & quot; This slim, sparkling, sonorous volume is wonderfully rich and attention-holding. The Hidden Sense will be of profound interest to cognitive scientists, musicians, and other artists for the dialogue it enjoins between their respective domains of expertise. But it will especially appeal to the general reader for the lucidity of its exposition of the art and science of synesthesia, and the lively accounts it contains of the everyday experience of synesthetes in their own words.& quot; -- David Howes, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Concordia University & quot; Even readers already familiar with synesthesia will find much to learn from Cr& eacute; tien van Campen's The Hidden Sense: Synesthesia in Art and Science. In clear and lucid prose, van Campen provides shimmering descriptions of synesthetic experiences as he explores the complex interplay between synesthesia in science and, especially, synesthesia in the arts. Although several of van Campen's stances on the science of synesthesia are debatable and controversial, agree with them or not, reading The Hidden Sense will broaden and deepen one's understanding of this fascinating set of phenomena.& quot; -- Lawrence E. Marks, Director, John B. Pierce Laboratory, and Professor of Epidemiology and Psychology, Yale University "In "The Hidden Sense," Cretien van Campen, a self-styled naturalist of synaesthesia, explores this ground, providing a gentle, insightful, often personal, account of coloured words, smells, tones, pains, even orgasms, that will fascinate scientists, artists, synaesthetes and others. Slowly, this deep, seemingly intractable, subjectivity yields to some phenomenology, simple questionnaires, elegant experiments, a dash of neuroimaging, and much thought and reflection." -- Chris McManus, Professor of Psychology and Medical Education at University College London, ""Nature"" "In "In "The Hidden Sense, " Cretien van Campen, a self-styled naturalist of synaesthesia, explores this ground, providing a gentle, insightful, often personal, account of coloured words, smells, tones, pains, even orgasms, that will fascinate scientists, artists, synaesthetes and others. Slowly, this deep, seemingly intractable, subjectivity yields to some phenomenology, simple questionnaires, elegant experiments, a dash of neuroimaging, and much thought and reflection."-- Chris McManus, Professor of Psychology and Medical Education at University College London, ""Nature"" "Van Campen is a social scientist with some synaesthesia, who has thought deeply about the phenomenon, read widely, consulted leading scientists, and interviewed and tested ordinary and artistic people with many types of synaesthesia. 'Cases have been reported of synaesthetes who feel coloured pain, hear odours, hear tastes, taste sounds, feel sounds on their skin, hear images, and taste images', van Campen explains. He delves into this complexity with authority, subtlety, and charm, and the result is a generally accessible, concisely written, and thought provoking read."-- Andrew Robinson, ""The Lancet"" "Strongly relying on the latest scientific experiments (brains scans) as well as on a lifelong personal research on and with synesthetes (persons being able of synesthetic perception), the author manages to offer a discussion of synesthesia that is of interest for the specialists as well as for the broader public.... The author's way of arguing finds always a good balance between direct experience (the testimonies of the many synesthetes with whom he has been working for many years now) and the scientific results of cognitive and neuroscientific research (of which he is able of giving very clear and readable reports and syntheses)."-- Jan Baetens, Professor of Literary Studies at the Leuven University, Belgium, "Leonardo Reviews" "Even readers already familiar with synesthesia will find much to learn from Cretien van Campen's "The Hidden Sense: Synesthesia in Art and Science." In clear and lucid prose, van Campen provides shimmering descriptions of synesthetic experiences as he explores the complex interplay between synesthesia in science and, especially, synesthesia in the arts. Although several of van Campen's stances on the science of synesthesia are debatable and controversial, agree with them or not, reading "The Hidden Sense" will broaden and deepen one's understanding of this fascinating set of phenomena."--Lawrence E. Marks, Director, John B. Pierce Laboratory, and Professor of Epidemiology and Psychology, Yale University "This is an extremely interesting, current, and well-written book that highlights a fascinating topic in synaesthesia research, namely the translation of synesthetes' experiences into art."--Hinderk Emrich, Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, Hannover University, Germany "This slim, sparkling, sonorous volume is wonderfully rich and attention-holding. "The Hidden Sense" will be of profound interest to cognitive scientists, musicians, and other artists for the dialogue it enjoins between their respective domains of expertise. But it will especially appeal to the general reader for the lucidity of its exposition of the art and science of synesthesia, and the lively accounts it contains of the everyday experience of synesthetes in their own words."--David Howes, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Concordia University

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Cretien van Campen is a social scientist at the Social and Cultural Planning Office of the Netherlands. He is the author of two books on perception and visual art.

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