Odor Memory and Aging

@inproceedings{Elsner2001OdorMA,
  title={Odor Memory and Aging},
  author={Robert J. F. Elsner},
  year={2001}
}
Although, odor memory is considered to be impervious to time, an unfortunate reality is that many older people lose some olfactorial abilities across the adult life span. This review examines the unique features of odor memory and detection in perspective of the aging adult. Memory for odors does not inherently diminish with age, but neither is it impervious to the effects of time. Many, if not most of the declines typically associated with age are the result of insult and injury… CONTINUE READING