Seeing Color Through Music Is A Genetic Link

>> Monday, February 9, 2009

I ran across an article today that is talking about synesthesia and the link to autism and a photographic memory. People use synesthesia to memorize numbers, notes, etc., creating exceptional intellectual ability. This is another way that autism individuals actually learn. You can read more about the study that Julian Asher conducted about the link between the two from this CNN story. It's just one more way to say that genetics have something to do with autism's way of functioning in children and in adults. Hope that you enjoy this article.

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