Increased intensity perception of aversive taste following right anteromedial temporal lobe removal in humans.

@article{Small2001IncreasedIP,
  title={Increased intensity perception of aversive taste following right anteromedial temporal lobe removal in humans.},
  author={Dana M. Small and Robert J. Zatorre and M. Jones-Gotman},
  journal={Brain : a journal of neurology},
  year={2001},
  volume={124 Pt 8},
  pages={1566-75}
}
We used a modified version of the Spatial Taste Test to assess taste intensity perception in patients with either left or right temporal resection from the anteromedial temporal lobe (AMTL), and a group of control subjects. Sweet, sour, salty and bitter solutions were applied onto discrete locations of the tongue to stimulate either left or right fungiform, or left or right foliate papillae. Intensity ratings were assessed with the Labeled Magnitude Scale. Subjects also sipped 5 ml of each… CONTINUE READING

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