Rethinking the Senses

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Rethinking the Senses:

Uniting the Philosophy and Neuroscience of Perception

The Two Senses of Smell


Friday 14 March 2014

Venue: G22.26, Senate House, University of London

9.30am: Registration & Tea/Coffee
Chair (am): Colin Blakemore (IP)
10.00am-11.15am: Jay Gottfried, Northwestern University

Function Follows Form: The Shape of Smells, the Admiring Olfactory System, and an E. coli Sidebar

Respondent: Jon Silas, University of Roehampton
11.15am-12.30pm: Juyun Lim, Oregon State University

Retronasal Olfaction: a part of flavor system

Respondent: Barry Smith, Institute of Philosophy

12.30pm-1.30pm: Lunch (to be provided)
Chair (pm): Merle Fairhurst (IP)
1.30pm-2.45pm: Sylvain Delplanque, University of Geneva

Emotions and Odours: beyond valence

Respondent: Alisa Mandrigin (IP)

2.45pm-4.00pm: Ron Kupers, University of Copenhagen

Smell and taste perception in the sensory-deprived brain

Respondent: Ophelia Deroy (IP)

4.00pm-4.30pm: Tea/Coffee
4.30pm-5.15pm: Ilona Croy, University of Gothenburg

Why smell? The importance of human olfaction

Respondent: Matthew Nudds (Warwick)

5.15pm-6.30pm: Marta Tafalla, Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona

Congenital Anosmia and its Effects on Perception

Respondent: Keith Wilson (Sussex)

6.30pm: Workshop close

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