DIFFERENTIAL EFFECTS OF PLEASANT AND AVERSIVE TASTE STIMULI ON HUMAN CORTICAL SWALLOWING PATHWAYS
- Yum, Yuck, Perfect! Katulka, Lynn // Boys' Quest;Dec/Jan2006, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p4
The article discusses the qualifications and responsibilities of a professional taste tester.
- THE FOOD I DREAM OF. ANDERSON, JEAN // Saveur;Nov2013, Issue 160, p80
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's food tasting experience in Alentejo, Portugal. INSET: Heavenly Sweets.
- That was delicious. Honestly! Lara, Adair // Cosmopolitan;Oct94, Vol. 217 Issue 4, p40
Presents the author's culinary numbness. Simple inattention; Childhood food discussion; Pretensions of food satisfaction.
- Welsh scrap True Taste awards. Glotz, Julia // Grocer;7/27/2013, p33
The article offers information on the True Taste Awards presented by Welsh government that focuses on product taste.
- The Role of Chemosenses in Swallowing Disorders Across the Lifespan. Scarborough, Donna; Pelletier, Cathy // Chemosensory Perception;Sep2015, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p126
Introduction: The act of swallowing saliva or food/liquid is a complex motor-sensory event that occurs for most people without any thought or concern. However, for individuals who are born with or acquire dysphagia (swallowing impairment), swallowing can be frightening, painful, difficult,...
- DOWNTOWN NEWS: GREENBACKS. Morgan, Tara // Boise Weekly;3/2/2011, Vol. 19 Issue 36, p28
The article offers information on special events in Boise, Idaho on March 3, 2011 including the food sample spectacular "Taste of Boise," by the Boise State Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA), on the exhibit "Critical Messages: Contemporary Northwest Artists on the Environment,"...
- How TASTE and SMELL Work. Lusted, Marcia Amidon // Odyssey;Feb2014, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p27
The article focuses on the functions of human brain to help consumer identify the flavor by combining the odor and taste information of the food.
- Wine Tasting Tips. // Pensacola Magazine;Mar/Apr2011, p17
The article offers tips on how to taste a wine such as the need to swirl, smell and sip.
- Thermal stimulation of taste. Cruz, Alberto; Green, Barry G. // Nature;2/24/2000, Vol. 403 Issue 6772, p889
Discusses the production of the taste sensation upon the heating or cooling of small areas of the tongue. Warming of the tongue's anterior edge producing sweet taste; Production of sour or salty taste by cooling; Types of thermally sensitive neurons contained in the human gustatory system.