- A condition in which a stimulus, in addition to exciting the usual and normally located sensation, gives rise to a subjective sensation of different character or localization; color hearing, color taste.
- From a neurolinguistic perspective, stimulus-response conditioning such as seen in a phobia.
[syn- + G. aisthesis, sensation]
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