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This is a list of all the pages in The Synaesthesia Tree


There follows a list of the 100 pages on types/subtypes of synaesthesia and some other related phenomena.

The pages do not have a set order. I’ve divided them into groups here, each group with a key word as a heading.

Auditory (visual)

Auditory-visual synaesthesia

General sounds-vision (colour/shape)

Musical synaesthesias


Timbre-colour and timbre-shape

Tone-colour (musical note-colour)


Key signature-colour

Song-colour. Musical genre-colour

Voice-colour and voice-shape

Seeing flashes on hearing loud or sudden sounds (not a type of synaesthesia)

Images seen in creative/musical trance


Auditory (non-visual)

Auditory-gustatory synaesthesia

Tone-taste (musical notes) and chord-taste

Song-taste. Musical genre-taste

Voice-to-taste synaesthesia  

Auditory-olfactory synaesthesia

Auditory-tactile synaesthesia

Sound-texture synaesthesia

Musical note-texture synaesthesia

Auditory-motor synaesthesia

Music and temperature

Misophonia (not a type of synaesthesia)

In this section, see also Personification of sequences of musical sounds

Graphemes (visual)

Grapheme-colour synaesthesia

Grapheme-shape/texture/colour/image synaesthesia

Lexeme-colour and morpheme-colour synaesthesia

Phoneme-colour synaesthesia

Stimulus-parity synaesthesia

Duality synaesthesia

Gender as a synaesthetic concurrent

Numbers as a synaesthetic concurrent


Ordinal linguistic personification and personification in general

Letter personification

Number personification

Personification of days or months

Colour personification

Object personification

Cutlery personification

Personification of sequences of musical sounds


Person-colour synaesthesia

Personality-colour synaesthesia

“Aura” synaesthesia (projective personality-colour)

Perceived emotion-to-colour (and other concurrents)

Personality-smell and personality-taste synaesthesia

Spatial sequences

Spatial sequence synaesthesia

Calendar synaesthesia

Number form synaesthesia

Alphabet-form synaesthesia

Spatial sequences of concepts (other than time units, numbers or letters)

Colour (inducer)

Colour-to-taste synaesthesia

Colour-to-smell synaesthesia

Colour-sound (colour-tone) synaesthesia

Colour-tactile synaesthesia

In this section, see also Colour personification


Motor synaesthesia

Kinetics-colour synaesthesia

Motion-to-sound synaesthesia


Pain-colour and pain-shape synaesthesia

Pain-smell synaesthesia

Pain-taste synaesthesia

Pain-sound synaesthesia


Emotion-colour and emotion-shape synaesthesia

Emotion-taste synaesthesia

Emotion-smell synaesthesia

Emotion-tactile synaesthesia

Is emotion a synaesthetic concurrent?

In this section, see also Perceived emotion-to-colour (and other concurrents)


Gustatory-visual synaesthesia

Taste-colour synaesthesia

Taste-shape synaesthesia

Gustatory-auditory synaesthesia

Gustatory-tactile synaesthesia

Taste and smell (not a type of synaesthesia)



Olfactory-visual synaesthesia

Olfactory-auditory synaesthesia

Olfactory-tactile synaesthesia

Smell and memory, taste and Proust’s madeleine

In this section, see also Taste and smell (not a type of synaesthesia)


Mirror touch synaesthesia

Machine empathy

Mirror speech synaesthesia

Mirror kinetics

Pain empathy (not a type of synaesthesia)


Tactile-visual synaesthesia

Sexual (and romantic) synaesthesia

Tactile-gustatory and tactile-olfactory synaesthesia

Tactile-auditory synaesthesia

Tactile-emotion synaesthesia


This page last updated: 5 June 2021

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