Sense Of Smell Is Physiological, Not Psychological, Study Shows
Israeli Researchers discovered that the sense of smell, just like our other senses, has a distinct organizational principle. The meaning: experience of odors is linked to our physiology and not only individual preference.
October 10, 2011
Study Shows Our Senses Are Not Confined To Different Brain Parts
Brain function is based on tasks and not senses, says new research conducted in Israel and France, which challenges prevailing view among scientists.
February 24, 2011