Anton V. Sidoroff-Dorso

Anton V. Sidoroff-Dorso
Moscow State Pedagogical University · Chair of General Psychology

Full specialist in Cross-Cultural Communication and Linguistics, PhD Candidate in Psychology

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Publications (17)
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The present study investigated cross-modal associations between a series of paintings and sounds. We studied the effects of sound congruency (congruent vs. non-congruent sounds) and embodiment (embodied vs. synthetic sounds) on the evaluation of abstract and figurative paintings. Participants evaluated figurative and abstract paintings paired with...
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Grapheme-color synesthetes experience graphemes as having a consistent color (e.g., “N is turquoise”). Synesthetes’ specific associations (which letter is which color) are often influenced by linguistic properties such as phonetic similarity, color terms (“Y is yellow”), and semantic associations (“D is for dog and dogs are brown”). However, most s...
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Grapheme-color synesthetes experience graphemes as having a consistent color (e.g., “N is turquoise”). Synesthetes’ specific associations (which letter is which color) are influenced by linguistic properties (letter frequency, phonetic similarity, etc.), and plausibly reveal the characteristics of underlying letter representations. Despite their cl...
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Synaesthesia is a neurological phenomenon affecting perception, where triggering stimuli (e.g. letters and numbers) elicit unusual secondary sensory experiences (e.g. colours). Family-based studies point to a role for genetic factors in the development of this trait. However, the contributions of common genomic variation to synaesthesia have not ye...
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In 1928, the French composer Maurice Ravel composed his most famous musical composition. Ravel's Boléro can induce many synaesthetic experiences: visual, kinesthetic, haptic and even taste or smell. A simple workshop facilitated by Ninghui XIONG supported by the Congress Committee, attendees of the VI International Congress Synaesthesia, Science an...
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Having briefly exposed some discrepant data of previous independent research into links between developmental (congenital) synaesthesia and other individual differences in personality and cognition, the authors present the results of their own empirical study of psychological boundaries in synaesthetes. Psychological boundaries are measured with E....
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Theoretical and methodological issues relevant for the construction of the Synaesthesia Quotient inventory such as first-person data integration, construct validity, respondents' comprehension, etc. are disentangled and some improvements of the measure based on expert opinion and practical feedback are introduced.
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The primary purpose of our current study is to develop a novel selfadministered or/and interviewer-assisted instrument rating an individual degree of phenotypic expressivity of synaesthesia. A measurement index of such a degree is conceptualised as Synaesthesia Quotient (SynQ). This article will detail the initial stage of the scale development; i....
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The primary purpose of our current study is to develop a novel self-administered or/and interviewer-assisted instrument rating an individual degree of phenotypic expressivity of synaesthesia. A measurement index of such a degree is conceptualised as Synaesthesia Quotient (SynQ). This article will detail the initial stage of the scale development; i...
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В статье дано развернутое определение и приведены основные факты о феномене синестезии естественного развития (developmental synaesthesia). На основании современных открытий и данных истории исследований показан избирательный характер синестетических реакций и их определенное преимущество в некоторых типах познавательной деятельности. Выдвигаются т...
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Представлен обзор современных зарубежных исследований, посвященных феномену синестезии естественного развития, дается определение этого феномена и приводятся данные о его типологии и демографии. Описываются методы исследований познавательных процессов лиц с синестезией и их результаты. Анализируются психофизиологические модели синестезии, приводятс...
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The review of modem studies abroad dealing with the phenomenon of developmental synesthesia is presented. Its definition and typology are given. Research methods of cognitive processes in persons with synesthesia and their results are described. Psychophysiological models of synesthesia are analyzes as well as modem state of research.
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Neurophenomenology shows that synaesthesia is neither genuinely sensory nor conceptual. Instead, in synaesthesia's stimulus selectivity overarching notions and variables are analytically isolated. The results of a large-scale survey reveal correlation of these variables charactering synaesthesia as a functionally unitary phenomenon. The general syn...
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The degree of flexibility of developmental synaesthesia and its semantic induction make the phenomenon more than purely sensory. Despite this fact, the dominant theories concentrate mainly on the local and static aspects of the condition, overlooking the essentially dynamic nature of meaning-making involved in synaesthetic experience. This project...

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