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Neuroscientist Leslie Vosshall and sensory psychologist Avery Gilbert illuminate exactly how we perceive smells genetically along with culturally.
I was hit by the smell just like a punch within the teeth. Staggering, I attempted in order to make sense of the pungent, salty, nearly sweet smell. 続きを読む Could You Smell That?