Tasting and SmellingEdited by
- Gary Beauchamp
- Linda Bartoshuk
Academic researchers and professionals in perception, with an interest in taste and smell.
Hardbound, 231 Pages
Published: August 1997
Imprint: Academic Press
"...the book does a good job of highlighting the large body of problems that still challenge a fundamental understanding of human taste and smell perception. Highly recommended."
"This six-chapter volume focuses on human taste and smell, and on perception and cognition... The selection of authors is excellent, as they are leaders in their respective fields... A major theme throughout the volume is that we should seek to understand the chemical senses with respect to their function in the real world... This book is recommended both for those in and out of the field of chemoreception, as well as those who are especially interested in human perception and cognition. It serves as a fine introduction to current provocative issues."
--The Quarterly Review of Biology, Vol. 74, #3, September 1999