- A Taste for Controversy (pdf) | After discovering “supertasters,” Linda Bartoshuk is pushing to change how psychologists evaluate subjective experiences such as taste and pain.
- Modern Psychophysics and the Assessment of Human Oral Sensation (pdf) | Psychophysical measures of experience have played a fundamental role in our understanding of sensory and hedonic processes.
- Food Acceptance and Genetic Variation in Taste (pdf) | Why do we eat what we do? Consumers report “taste” as an important influence when selecting foods.
- Associations Between Taste Genetics, Oral Sensation and Alcohol Intake (pdf) | Alcohol produces a range of oral sensations, some of which have been shown to vary with the perceived bitterness of 6-n-propylthioracil (PROP) one marker for genetic variation in taste.