Sensory Sciences Lecture Series: Kathrin Ohla, “Taste quality representations predict taste-related behavior” and Niko Busch, “The role of lateralized alpha oscillations in visual perception, attention, and short-term memory”
On Thursday March 9, 2023 at 16:15 the Chair of Aroma and Smell Research is happy to have two guests from Münster, who will give an insight into their fascinating work in the field of Sensory Sciences:
Director R&D, Human Perception & Bioresponse, Firmenich SA, Geneva and Affiliate Professor, Dept. of Food Science, Pennsylvania State University and Private Lecturer, Dept. of Psychology, WWU Münster.
“Taste quality representations predict taste-related behavior”
Chair for Experimental Psychology, Department of Psychology, University of Münster.
“The role of lateralized alpha oscillations in visual perception, attention, and short-term memory”
Join us for the presential lecture and discussion at 4:15 pm at the lecture hall Room 01.020 Henkestr. 91, 91052 Erlangen.
For those who cannot come to Erlangen the event will also be streamed via zoom:
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Meeting ID: 634 7867 1029
All information about past and upcoming Sensory Sciences Lectures including the link to the lecture can be found on our website: https://www.chemistry.nat.fau.eu/aroma-smell-research/sensory-sciences-lecture-series<https://www.chemistry.nat.fau.eu/aroma-smell-research/sensory-sciences-lecture-series/#sprungmarke2>