Anyone for strawberries and the smell of cut grass? CenSes featured in the media

Wednesday 18 June 2014

A study from the Institute of Philosophy's Centre for the Study of the Senses (CenSes) recently found that stawberries are most likely to evoke happy memories and, contrary to the popular combination of stawberries and cream, stawberries and the smell of freshly cut grass are most often associated with summer. The study, led by Professor Barry Smith, investigated the link between emotions, taste and smell in a bid to find the next ‘sensorial hit’ to take the foodie world by storm.

Read the full articles online: Daily Mail, Yahoo News, FreshFruitPortal