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The effect of olfactory stimulation on fluency, vividness of imagery and associated mood: a preliminary study.

Abstract:
Twenty-two subjects were asked to visualize positive and negative phrases following exposure to either chamomile oil or placebo. Chamomile oil significantly increased the latency for all images, and shifted mood ratings and frequency judgements in a more positive direction, suggesting a possible mode of action for such oils.
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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MSD, Psychiatry
Journal:
The British journal of medical psychology
Volume:
65 ( Pt 2)
Issue:
2
Pages:
197-199
Publication date:
1992-06-05
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ISSN:
0007-1129
URN:
uuid:64f71e0f-9a95-406d-946b-62ae7d6c527c
Source identifiers:
375532
Local pid:
pubs:375532

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