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Chapter 1 Canine Olfaction : Scent , Sign , and Situation

@inproceedings{Gadbois2014Chapter1C,
  title={Chapter 1 Canine Olfaction : Scent , Sign , and Situation},
  author={Simon Gadbois and Catherine Reeve},
  year={2014}
}
Canine olfaction is a rich field of study for the behavioural sciences and neurosciences, and it is rich in interdisciplinary connections. This chapter will explore the neurocognitive and neuroconative bases of olfaction (the neurophysiological foundations of cognition and motivation), and discuss the behavioural, psychological, and semiotic dimensions of scent processing. It will cover the basic psychophysics of olfaction and the methodologies allowing us to explore this sensory modality, as… 
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