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“Taste-smell confusions” and the duality of the olfactory sense

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Some of the research described in this paper was supported by National Science Foundation Grant BNS 76 80108.

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Rozin, P. “Taste-smell confusions” and the duality of the olfactory sense. Perception & Psychophysics 31, 397–401 (1982). https://doi.org/10.3758/BF03202667

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