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Crossmodal correspondences between odors and contingent features: odors, musical notes, and geometrical shapes.

Abstract:

Olfactory experiences represent a domain that is particularly rich in crossmodal associations. Whereas associations between odors and tastes, or other properties of their typical sources such as color or temperature, can be straightforwardly explained by associative learning, other matchings are much harder to explain in these terms, yet surprisingly are shared across individuals: The majority of people, for instance, associate certain odors and auditory features, such as pitch (Belkin, Marti...

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10.3758/s13423-013-0397-0

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Journal:
Psychonomic bulletin and review
Volume:
20
Issue:
5
Pages:
878-896
Publication date:
2013-10-05
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EISSN:
1531-5320
ISSN:
1069-9384
URN:
uuid:e9ef07fb-d0b9-45b3-8c7e-6d378a6fc08e
Source identifiers:
440991
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pubs:440991

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