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- Targets overeating and snacking
esearch into sensory processing has predominantly centred on the visual sense. In the last decade however, there has been a surge of interest in olfaction, the sense of smell. Although the sense of smell in humans is considered weak and feeble in comparison to other mammals it is still remarkably Read More→
ur sense of smell is vital to our eating behaviour. Since our ancestors gathered nuts and berries for food, smell has directed our eating habits. Smells both compels us towards certain foods and informs us to move away from others. Not only that, our noses learn quickly due to the direct connection between nasal receptors and read more→
he olfactory bulb is the entry point of smells to the brain. It lies at the top of the nose just resting outside the main hemispheres of the brain. Once a scent hits the olfactory bulb it’s chemical signal is converted into an electrical signal which is then transported along neurons into the brain. Neurons are the way that one region Read More→
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