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Cinzia Cecchetto

Cinzia Cecchetto

University of Graz, Institute of Psychology

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Published on Dec 06, 2017

STILL 3 DAYS LEFT!

There are still three days left to help us reach our funding goal! Please consider donating and/or sharing this link: www.experiment.com/socialodor. Thank you all for your continued support!!

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Published on Dec 08, 2017

1 DAY LEFT!!

STILL 1 day left to help us reach our funding goal! We will NOT be funded unless we MEET OUR ENTIRE GOAL so please share our link and spread the word! THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT!!!!exper...

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Published on Dec 06, 2017

BHV data collection is going on!

So far we have tested 45 of the total 60 participants for the behavioral pilot study. Preliminary data are very promising.Please consider donating and/or sharing our link: www.experiment.com/social...

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Published on Dec 05, 2017

Working on our project in the lab meeting

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Published on Dec 04, 2017

Did you know that humans have actually excellent olfactory abilities?

The idea that humans have a poor sense of smell derives from the anatomical observations of the famous neuroanatomist Paul Broca. Broca classified human as "nonsmellers" because he observed that, w...

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Published on Nov 29, 2017

We achieve a high of 1000$ today!!

Thank you to all our Backers so far! We Have 10 days to reach our funding goal. Eve...

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Published on Nov 26, 2017

Lab note 3: previous literature

Lundström et. al(2008). Functional NeuronalProcessing of Body Odors Differs from that of Similar Common Odors. Cereb.Cortex 18, 1466-1474.Pause, B. M. (2012) Processingof Body Odor Signals by the H...

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Published on Nov 20, 2017

Odor rating

Odor ratingPreparatory work for the project: selecting the appropriate neutral odor/ maskSelection was based on previous studies identifying the following commonly used neutral odors: ceddarwood oi...

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Published on Nov 13, 2017

Previous fMRI study

We have attached a recent study from our laboratory from which we have designed our current project. This study has revealed an increased activation in the piriformcortex for successful encoding of...

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Thank you very much René Nollet for your support!
Nov 20, 2017
Do I know you? How odors help us to remember faces
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