Facial EMG as an indicator of palatability in humans

@article{Hu1999FacialEA,
  title={Facial EMG as an indicator of palatability in humans},
  author={Senqi Hu and K. A. Player and K. A. Mcchesney and Maria D Dalistan and Catherine A Tyner and J. E. Scozzafava},
  journal={Physiology \& Behavior},
  year={1999},
  volume={68},
  pages={31-35}
}
Two experiments were conducted to observe the sensory hedonic responses and facial EMG activities elicited from different tastes. In Experiment 1, 25 subjects tasted flavors of apple juice, Gatorade, water, soybean milk, and pickle juice. In Experiment 2, 21 subjects tasted a sugar solution, a salt solution, and water. Subjects' sensory hedonic reports and facial EMG activity in the levator labii superioris/ alaeque nasi region were recorded in each experiment. The results from Experiment 1… Expand
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