Chaotic phase synchronization [3,11,22] denotes an interesting form of synchronization in which a chaotic attractor adjusts the frequencies of its internal dynamics to the rhythm of an external forcing signal, or to the dynamics of another chaotic oscillator, while the oscillator’s amplitude continues to vary in an essentially uncorrelated manner. This form of chaotic synchronization is clearly distinguished from the complete or full synchronization one can observe in the interaction between two identical chaotic oscillators [30,34].