Cathy A. Bykowski

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The urine of people who have recently eaten asparagus has a sulfurous odor, which is distinct and similar to cooked cabbage. Using a 2-alternative forced-choice procedure, we examined individual differences in both the production of the odorants and the perception of this asparagus odor in urine. We conclude that individual differences exist in both odorant(More)
DEDICATION This doctoral dissertation is dedicated in memory of my father, Richard A. Rosowski. For my entire life he demonstrated the importance of continued education and striving to attain my goals and dreams. He taught me that I would encounter obstacles and hardships but that perseverance and hard work would allow me to achieve more than I ever(More)
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