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'Lisha Danae

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I am a recent college graduate (major: Asian Studies [focus on Japan]; minor: Anthropology) and am going to be teaching English in Japan as a JET ALT beginning this August.

One week I have a passion for all things Jane Austen, the next I have five personal projects which all beckon to me at once, and the following week I sit and wish I was truly passionate about a handful of subjects rather than only moderately interested in a plethora of them.  What can I say? I'm a dabbler.  I dabble in cooking. I dabble in writing. I dabble in music and art.  What will catch my attention next?  We'll find out!

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  • Commonly Asked Questions about Synesthesia
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    Commonly Asked Questions about Synesthesia

    4 years ago

    Synesthesia - the linking of two or more senses, where the first sense elicits an automatic and involuntary response in the second sense - is a relatively recent neurological rediscovery made by Dr. Richard Cytowic in...

  • Is it just my imagination or do I have synesthesia?
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    Is it just my imagination or do I have synesthesia?

    5 years ago

    Synesthesia is the neurological condition where a person experiences one stimulus (a letter, a sound, a concept) which automatically and involuntarily elicits a different and unrelated response (a color, a touch, a...

  • Unique Sense: My Life as a Synesthete
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    Unique Sense: My Life as a Synesthete

    4 years ago

    What was I watching? I knew - logically, I knew - that the short clip playing on my parents' television was a documentary. But it was so much more than that for me. I didn't realize immediately, but...

  • How do you pronounce that?: What I learned about synesthesia
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    How do you pronounce that?: What I learned about synesthesia

    2 years ago

    Hello. Dusty sky blue, yellow, rusty red, rusty red, white. H-E-L-L-O. Had my parents not shown me a documentary about synesthesia, I might not have discovered that I was a synesthete myself for quite some time...

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