(neurology, psychology) A neurological or cognitive phenomenon in which activation of a particular concept triggers a sensory-like experience.
Origin of Ideasthesia
From Ancient Greek ἰδέα (idea, “notion, pattern”) + αἴσθησις (aisthēsis, “sensation”), modeled after synaesthesia and introduced by Danko Nikolić in .
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