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 ===== The Theory ===== ===== The Theory =====
  
-The Re-entrant processing theory is a hybrid theory that includes some of the same points made by the disinhibited feedback theory ​and also does not allow for unique horizontal connections. This theory states that in addition to the forward activation of the [[definitions|V1]] through [[definitions|V4]] regions to the [[definitions|posterior (PIT) and anterior (AIT) inferior temporal regions]], abnormal neural activity from the [[definitions|AIT]] gets sent back as feedback to representations in the [[definitions|PIT]] and [[definitions|V4]] regions. This feedback from [[definitions|AIT]] to the [[definitions|PIT]] and [[definitions|V4]] is what results in the synesthetic experiences of the individual.+The Re-entrant processing theory is a hybrid theory that includes some of the points made by the disinhibited feedback theory ​as well as allow for unique horizontal connections. This theory states that in addition to the forward activation of the [[definitions|V1]] through [[definitions|V4]] regions to the [[definitions|posterior (PIT) and anterior (AIT) inferior temporal regions]], abnormal neural activity from the [[definitions|AIT]] gets sent back as feedback to representations in the [[definitions|PIT]] and [[definitions|V4]] regions. This feedback from [[definitions|AIT]] to the [[definitions|PIT]] and [[definitions|V4]] is what results in the synesthetic experiences of the individual.
  
 ===== Support for the Theory ===== ===== Support for the Theory =====