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Alfabeto colorido

E depois do Alfabeto Sonoro, nova descoberta: um site que correlaciona a letra à cor. Os autores pensaram nas pessoas sinestésicas que ao ver determinada grafia a associavam a coloridos e criaram um algoritmo muito engraçado.

As pessoas que “veem” ou associam letras e números a cores específicas têm a Sinestesia Grapheme-Color, e é a mais comum. Outras formas de sinestesia envolvem ver ou sentir notas musicais como cores ou texturas, tendo representações visualizadas do tempo e, em casos raros, até provando palavras.(Nélio Tinga, Desing Culture. Acesso em 20210102)

Experimente! Visite o site Synesthesia e descubra como é o seu nome em cores. E a partir daí, já viu o que pode fazer?

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O dia de hoje, que afinal foi ontem.

Escrito há algum tempo atrás pela Yvette K. Centeno, como expectável. Genial.

Fim de ano

Saio

a ver o mundo

um mundo

que se tornou pequeno

vou ali até à esquina

e já venho!

 Yvette K. Centeno, Poemas com endereço (2010-2028)

REFERÊNCIA:

Entre Silêncios |Poesia 1961-2018
de Yvette K. Centeno
edição: Glaciar, novembro de 2019
isbn: 9789898950260

Musical, language, and reading abilities in early Portuguese readers

Early language and reading abilities have been shown to correlate with a variety of musical skills and elements of music perception in children. It has also been shown that reading impaired children can show difficulties with music perception. However, it is still unclear to what extent different aspects of music perception are associated with language and reading abilities. Here we investigated the relationship between cognitive-linguistic abilities and a music discrimination task that preserves an ecologically valid musical experience. 43 Portuguese-speaking students from an elementary school in Brazil participated in this study. Children completed a comprehensive cognitive-linguistic battery of assessments. The music task was presented live in the music classroom, and children were asked to code sequences of four sounds on the guitar. Results show a strong relationship between performance on the music task and a number of linguistic variables. A principle component analysis of the cognitive-linguistic battery revealed that the strongest component (Prin1) accounted for 33% of the variance and Prin1 was significantly related to the music task. Highest loadings on Prin1 were found for reading measures such as Reading Speed and Reading Accuracy. Interestingly, 22 children recorded responses for more than four sounds within a trial on the music task, which was classified as Superfluous Responses (SR). SR was negatively correlated with a variety of linguistic variables and sh…

Fonte: Musical, language, and reading abilities in early Portuguese readers

Fonte original: Front. Psychol., 18 June 2013 | https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2013.00288

Recurso: Alfabeto da Língua Gestual Portuguesa

Recurso no formato PDF com o alfabeto manual da Língua Gestual Portuguesa.

Lingua Gestual Portuguesa by Marta Carlos