Stimulus selection for intranasal sensory isolation: eugenol is an irritant.

@article{Wise2012StimulusSF,
  title={Stimulus selection for intranasal sensory isolation: eugenol is an irritant.},
  author={Paul M Wise and Charles J. Wysocki and Johan N. Lundstr{\"o}m},
  journal={Chemical senses},
  year={2012},
  volume={37 6},
  pages={
          509-14
        }
}
Both the olfactory and the trigeminal systems are able to respond to intranasal presentations of chemical vapor. Accordingly, when the nose detects a volatile chemical, it is often unclear whether we smell it, feel it, or both. The distinction may often be unimportant in our everyday perception of fragrances or aromas, but it can matter in experiments that purport to isolate olfactory processes or study the interaction between olfaction and chemesthesis. Researchers turn to a small pool of… CONTINUE READING
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