The perception of odor objects in everyday life: a review on the processing of odor mixtures

@inproceedings{ThomasDanguin2014ThePO,
  title={The perception of odor objects in everyday life: a review on the processing of odor mixtures},
  author={Thierry Thomas-Danguin and Charlotte Sinding and S{\'e}bastien Romagny and Fouzia El Mountassir and Boriana Atanasova and Elodie Le Berre and Anne-Marie le Bon and G{\'e}rard Coureaud},
  booktitle={Front. Psychol.},
  year={2014}
}
Smelling monomolecular odors hardly ever occurs in everyday life, and the daily functioning of the sense of smell relies primarily on the processing of complex mixtures of volatiles that are present in the environment (e.g., emanating from food or conspecifics). Such processing allows for the instantaneous recognition and categorization of smells and also for the discrimination of odors among others to extract relevant information and to adapt efficiently in different contexts. The… CONTINUE READING
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