Human axillary odor: are there side-related perceptual differences?

@article{Ferdenzi2009HumanAO,
  title={Human axillary odor: are there side-related perceptual differences?},
  author={Camille Ferdenzi and Benoist Schaal and Susan C. Roberts},
  journal={Chemical senses},
  year={2009},
  volume={34 7},
  pages={565-71}
}
Most studies on perception of human social odors in axillary sweat do not distinguish between samples from the right and left axillae. However, each axilla might not produce identical odor samples due, for instance, to the increased use of one arm as a result of lateralization. The aim of the present study was to test whether odor samples from the right and left axillae provided by right- and left-handed men were perceived differently by female raters. Participants were 38 males and 49 females… CONTINUE READING
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