Presentation 2010-10-14
Taste as multimodal perception
Nobuyuki Sakai,
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Abstract(in English) In this article, it is discussed that taste is not a unimodal sensation, but a multimodal perception that consists of gustatory, olfactory, somatosensory, auditory and vision.
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Keyword(in English) taste / multimodal perception / gustation / olfaction / vision
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Title (in English) Taste as multimodal perception
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Keyword(1) taste
Keyword(2) multimodal perception
Keyword(3) gustation
Keyword(4) olfaction
Keyword(5) vision
1st Author's Name Nobuyuki Sakai
1st Author's Affiliation Faculty of Human Sciences, Kobe Shoin Women's University()
Date 2010-10-14
Paper # HIP2010-46
Volume (vol) vol.110
Number (no) 228
Page pp.pp.-
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