Cinzia Cecchetto

Cinzia Cecchetto

Nov 13, 2017

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    About This Project

    Our sense of smell is tightly connected with our memory: everyone has experienced how odors can evoke the recall of strong emotions. As humans, we live in a world packed with social inputs, among which human body odors are one powerful social communication tool that is often masked by fragranced hygiene products. This study aims to investigate to what extent human body odors can affect human brain and memory.

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