Enhancement of retronasal odors by taste.

@article{Green2012EnhancementOR,
  title={Enhancement of retronasal odors by taste.},
  author={Barry G Green and Danielle J Nachtigal and Samuel Hammond and Juyun Lim},
  journal={Chemical senses},
  year={2012},
  volume={37 1},
  pages={77-86}
}
Psychophysical studies of interactions between retronasal olfaction and taste have focused most often on the enhancement of tastes by odors, which has been attributed primarily to a response bias (i.e., halo dumping). Based upon preliminary evidence that retronasal odors could also be enhanced by taste, the present study measured both forms of enhancement using appropriate response categories. In the first experiment, subjects rated taste ("sweet," "sour," "salty," and "bitter") and odor… CONTINUE READING
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