Intermodal Perception

Intermodal perception is the coordinated perception of singular objects through several senses. This coordination and interaction of senses is believed to develop in early childhood and permits the individual to be able to see an object, while simultaneously being to hear, feel, smell through whichever senses are being stimulated.

An example of intermodal perception would be being able to see, taste, smell, feel, and hear yourself taking a big bite out of an apple.

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