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View Poll Results: Do you experience synesthesia and what type are you?

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  • SJ: yes

    1 2.13%
  • SJ: no

    0 0%
  • SP: yes

    6 12.77%
  • SP: no

    0 0%
  • NJ: yes

    9 19.15%
  • NJ: no

    9 19.15%
  • NP: yes

    11 23.40%
  • NP: no

    11 23.40%
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This is a discussion on synesthesia within the Member Polls forums, part of the Personality Type Forums category; Unfortunately, no. It seems very interesting. NJ here....

  1. #11

    Unfortunately, no. It seems very interesting. NJ here.

  2. #12

    Grapheme-color and auditory-tactile.

  3. #13

    I'm an NJ.

    I don't have synesthesia.
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  5. #14

    Quote Originally Posted by Lakigigar View Post
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    And everything - numbers / letters has a gender in my opinion (but idk it's synesthesia, but it is not what i think, it is intuitive that i feel genders in everything)
    That is actually interesting, thinking about that so many languages have genered words, or something similar (we have... neutrum and something? haha, don't know really, but historically aslo feminin and masculin). Does your language have feminin and masculin nouns?

    One hypothesis could be that this kind of mind-association-thing, is part of how humans all think, that some are just a bit more aware of it.


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    this was interesting too: http://nautil.us/issue/26/color/what-color-is-this-song
    Last edited by attic; 01-16-2016 at 04:10 AM.

  6. #15

    Quote Originally Posted by attic View Post
    That is actually interesting, thinking about that so many languages have genered words, or something similar (we have... neutrum and something? haha, don't know really, but historically aslo feminin and masculin). Does your language have feminin and masculin nouns?

    One hypothesis could be that this kind of mind-association-thing, is part of how humans all think, that some are just a bit more aware of it.
    Actually no. There is no feminin and masculin (or maybe just in the dictionary, but we don't know them). In french and german you are obligated to know if a word is feminin or masculin. Un/Une en der/die/das. I know some french (it is my tertiair language after dutch and english). So the only gender words i know are french.
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  7. #16

    Wow. I did the test, and i pick always the more common colours. Does this mean something? And i choose without doubting something. I just choose with feeling :D

     








    Do i have synethesis?
    Last edited by Lakigigar; 01-16-2016 at 05:10 AM.
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  8. #17

    I can convince myself I have the color one, but I guess that doesn't count? It's almost like a superpower.

    I do have some form of misophonia, however. Gonna blame the stress for cranking my senses to 11. It might be interesting if there was a correlation between Si and forms of synesthesia, because strong Si makes you experience the world in your own way.
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  9. #18

    I have one type of synesthesia. I cannot recall its name. It is when numbers, letters, and in some cases, months and days have their own personalities. I have always experienced this very strongly with especially numbers in particular. An example I can give is that to me, 5 and 8 used to be best friends and very close, but 9 hates 5, so 9 stole 8 from 5. 5 does not hate 9, but is a bit intimated by 9, and 9 thinks 8 was stupid for being friends with 8. That is just one of many situations I have in my mind that has been there for years. All the numbers have their own personalities, same with colours, letters of the alphabet, days of the week and months. But I experience it the strongest with numbers.

    I did smell and taste words once, but it has not happened often and I am not sure what that was. Maybe not even related to synesthesia at all.
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  10. #19

    No, not at all. INTJ
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  11. #20

    Thanks to a random clown from my childhood, I also genuinely believe that 6 is afraid of 7:



    But that should be common knowledge.
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