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Speaking of Colors and Odors
Edited by Martina Plümacher and Peter Holz
[Converging Evidence in Language and Communication Research 8] 2007
► pp. 155165
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2011. Bedeutung von Geruch und Geschmack im Lebensverlauf. HeilberufeScience 2:3 DOI logo
Jacobs, Lucia F.
2023. The PROUST hypothesis: the embodiment of olfactory cognition. Animal Cognition 26:1  pp. 59 ff. DOI logo
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2011. Pour une linguistique des odeurs : présentation. Langages n° 181:1  pp. 3 ff. DOI logo
Paradis, Carita
2015. Conceptual Spaces at Work in Sensory Cognition: Domains, Dimensions and Distances. In Applications of Conceptual Spaces [Synthese Library, 359],  pp. 33 ff. DOI logo
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2015. Sleep Supports Memory of Odors in Adults but Not in Children. PLOS ONE 10:9  pp. e0139069 ff. DOI logo
Sugiyama, Haruko, Akiko Oshida, Paula Thueneman, Susan Littell, Atsushi Katayama, Mitsuyoshi Kashiwagi, Satoshi Hikichi & Rachel S. Herz
2015. Proustian Products are Preferred: The Relationship Between Odor-Evoked Memory and Product Evaluation. Chemosensory Perception 8:1  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Viberg, Åke
2021. Why is smell special? A case study of a European language: Swedish. In The Linguistics of Olfaction [Typological Studies in Language, 131],  pp. 35 ff. DOI logo

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