Asher, J. Aitken, M.R.F., Farooqi, N. Kurmani, S. and Baron-Cohen, S. (2006). Diagnosing and phenotyping visual synaesthesia - a preliminary evaluation of the revised test of genuineness (TOG-R). Cortex :137-146
Primary use / Purpose:
The Test of Genuineness (TOG-R) was created in 1987, however revisions such as the introduction of colour swatches and computerisation of the measure were needed, hence the TOG-R. Synaesthesia is a condition found more frequently among those with autism spectrum disorders. This measure may further our understanding of this connection.
Validity is discussed in Asher, Aitken, Farooqi, Kurmani and Baron-Cohen (2006)