Emotion and Odor Scales
EOS family, a set of scales used to measure specific feelings elicited via olfactory stimulation in different cultures.
Ferdenzi, C., Delplanque S., Barbosa P., Court K., Guinard J. X., Guo T., et al. (2013). Affective semantic space of scents. Towards a universal scale to measure self-reported odor- related feelings. Food Quality and Preference. 30, 128-138.
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Ferdenzi, C., Roberts, S. C., Schirmer, A., Delplanque, S., Cekic, S., Porcherot, C., Cayeux, I., Sander, D., Grandjean, D. (2013) Variability of affective responses to odors: Culture, gender and olfactory knowledge. Chemical Senses 38(2), 175-186.
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