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Cognitive Enhancement through Stimulation of the Chemical Senses

@article{Zoladz2005CognitiveET,
  title={Cognitive Enhancement through Stimulation of the Chemical Senses},
  author={Phillip R Zoladz and B. Raudenbush},
  journal={North American Journal of Psychology},
  year={2005},
  volume={7},
  pages={127}
}
  • Phillip R Zoladz, B. Raudenbush
  • Published 2005
  • Psychology
  • North American Journal of Psychology
  • Finding a non-pharmacological adjunct to enhance cognitive processing in humans would be beneficial to numerous individuals. Past research has consistently noted a significant interplay between odors and human behavior; for example, the administration of particular odorants enhances athletic performance, mood, and sleep quality. In addition, odorants have a differential effect on human behavior, dependent upon route of administration (retronasal vs. orthonasal). The following study examined the… CONTINUE READING

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