Electrogustometry: strengths, weaknesses, and clinical evidence of stimulus boundaries.

@article{Stillman2003ElectrogustometrySW,
  title={Electrogustometry: strengths, weaknesses, and clinical evidence of stimulus boundaries.},
  author={Jennifer A. Stillman and Randall P. Morton and K David Hay and Zuraida Ahmad and Douglas M Goldsmith},
  journal={Clinical otolaryngology and allied sciences},
  year={2003},
  volume={28 5},
  pages={406-10}
}
Electrogustometry is well established as a clinical tool for the estimation of taste detection thresholds. Nevertheless, the user is sometimes unaware of the impact of superficially minor procedural and psychophysical factors upon the reliability and comparability of threshold estimates. The inherent strengths and limitations of the procedure are outlined, and aspects of the control and specification of the stimulus that moderate threshold measures are discussed. In addition, threshold… CONTINUE READING

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