Cerebral asymmetry of emotion and its relationship to olfaction in infancy.

@article{Olko2001CerebralAO,
  title={Cerebral asymmetry of emotion and its relationship to olfaction in infancy.},
  author={C Olko and Gerald Turkewitz},
  journal={Laterality},
  year={2001},
  volume={6 1},
  pages={29-37}
}
To examine the relationship between emotional development and laterality, smells differing in affective valence (predetermined by adults) were presented to 10 neonates. Each infant was presented with two positive and two negative food-related odorants, each paired with a neutral stimulus. Each pair was presented twice, once with the odorant to the right… CONTINUE READING