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The interaction between the vision of colors and odor determination is investigated through lexical analysis of experts' wine tasting comments. The analysis shows that the odors of a wine are, for the most part, represented by objects that have the color of the wine. The assumption of the existence of a perceptual illusion between odor and color is(More)
For different functional magnetic resonance imaging experiments using blood oxygenation level-dependent (BOLD) contrast, the acquisition of T2*-weighted scans at a high spatial resolution may be advantageous in terms of time-course signal-to-noise ratio and of BOLD sensitivity when the regions are prone to susceptibility artifacts. In this study, we explore(More)
PURPOSE To determine whether the range of normal variation of human olfactory functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) activations in healthy single subjects is compatible with the detection of atypical patterns. MATERIALS AND METHODS In an event-related olfactory experiment, the variability of fMRI activation in six bilateral olfactory areas known to(More)
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