Field Survey Measures of Olfaction: The Olfactory Function Field Exam (OFFE).

@article{Kern2014FieldSM,
  title={Field Survey Measures of Olfaction: The Olfactory Function Field Exam (OFFE).},
  author={David W. Kern and Kristen Wroblewski and Ludwig Philip Schumm and Jayant M. Pinto and Martha K Mcclintock},
  journal={Field methods},
  year={2014},
  volume={26 4},
  pages={421-434}
}
Population-based field research on human olfaction has been limited by a lack of feasible assessment tools. Previous olfactory survey research has measured only odor identification, with no research being done on odor detection (i.e., a person's sensitivity to detect a particular odor). Laboratory studies suggest that deficits in both aspects of olfactory function may be related to physical health, mental health and cognition, social function, including overall quality of life, and even… CONTINUE READING

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