Kristi L. Wallace

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OBJECTIVES (1) To create a match-to-sample odorant discrimination task (MODT) for children and adolescents; (2) to assess whether nonolfactory factors affect olfactory performance more on an identification task than on the MODT; (3) to evaluate subjects with olfactory dysfunction; and (4) to create age-appropriate sets of odorants for use in the MODT format(More)
During explosive eruptions, airborne particles collide and stick together, accelerating the fallout of volcanic ash and climate-forcing aerosols. This aggregation process remains a major source of uncertainty both in ash dispersal forecasting and interpretation of eruptions from the geological record. Here we illuminate the mechanisms and timescales of(More)
To validate the level of olfactory performance of children, we tested 825 volunteers, aged 4-17 years, with an abbreviated form of our pediatric odorant identification task. The test consisted of sniffing and identifying five odorants (baby powder, bubble gum, candy cane, licorice and peach). Mean olfactory scores increased as a function of age, reaching a(More)
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