Recent publications:

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Sensory analysis for magnetic resonance-image analysis: Using human perception and cognition to segment and assess the interior of potatoes

Martens H, Thybo A K, Andersen H J, Karlsson A H, Donstrup S, Stødkilde-Jorgensen H, Martens M (2002) (Lebensmittel-Wissenschaft Und-Technologie-Food Science and Technology) Volume 35, 70-79.

Sensory and chemical investigations on the effect of oven cooking on warmed-over flavour development in chicken meat

Byrne D V, Bredie W L P, Mottram D S, Martens M (2002) (Meat Science) Volume 61, 127-139.

Sensory colour assessment of fresh meat from pigs supplemented with iron and vitamin E

O’Sullivan M, Byrne D V, Stagsted J, Andersen H J, Martens M (2002) (Meat Science) Volume 60, 253-265.

Sensory meat quality and warmed-over flavour - a review.

Byrne D V, Bredie W L P (2002) (Research advances in the quality of meat and meat products.), 95-121.

Sensory of character impact components in an apple model mixture

Bult JHF; Schifferstein HNJ; Roozen JP; Dalmau-Boronat E, Voragen AJG; Kroeze JHA (2002) (Chemical Senses) Volume 27, 485-494 .

Sensory quality of sprouts of selected cruciferous species

Troszynska A, Lamparski G,Kozlowska H (2002) (Pol. J.Food Nutr.Sci.) Volume 11 (Issue 52), 138-141.

Texture and flavour memory in foods: An incidental learning experiment

Mojet J, Köster E P (2002) (Appetite) Volume 38, 110-117.

Texture Memory in Foods: An Implicit Learning Experiment

Mojet J, Köster EP (2002) (Appetite) Volume 38 (Issue 2), 110-117.

The effect of drinking milk, water or cola on the perception of subsequent basic tastes

Ahn N, Bom Frøst M, Wolf Frandsen L, Dijksterhuis GB, Martens M (2002) (Journal of Sensory Studies) Volume 17, 571-581.

The effect of oral and product temperature on the perception of temperature in liquids and semi-solids

Engelen L, de Wijk RA, Prinz JF, van der Bilt A, Jansen A, Bosman F (2002) (European Journal of Oral Science) Volume 110 (Issue 6), 412-416.

The relationship between chewing activity and food bolus properties obtained from different meat textures

MIOCHE L, BOURDIOL P, MONIER S, MARTIN J F (2002) (Food Qual Prefer) Volume 13, 583-588.

The reliability of naive assessors in sensory evaluation visualized by pragmatical multivariate analysis

O'Sullivan M G, Martens H, Boberg Baech S, Kristensen L, Martens M (2002) (Journal of Food Quality) Volume 25, 395-408.

The role of “collative properties” in the development of preference during exposure to an orange drink

Lévy C M, MacRae A, Köster E P (2002) (Appetite) Volume 39, 246.

Understanding consumer perceptions of fermented yoghurt products using Conjoint and Generalised Procrustes Analysis

Saba A, Rosati S (2002) (Italian Journal of Food Science) Volume 4 (Issue 14), 339-350.

Use of IdeaMap.NETTM - factors influencing consumer interest in white sliced bread

CCFRA (2002) (R&D Report) Volume 154.

Use of physio-chemical methods for assessment of sensory changes in carrot texture and sweetness during cooking

De Belie N, Laustsen A M, Martens M, Bro R, De Baedemaeker J (2002) (Journal of Texture Studies) Volume 33, 367-388.

Just noticeable taste differences in perception and memory

Köster MA, Prescott J, Köster EP (2002) (Abstracts of the 10th Food choice Conference in Wageningen, the Netherlands Appetite, 39, 244).

Incidental memory for different aspects of food texture

Mojet J, Köster EP (2002) (Poster presented at the 4th Pangborn Symposium in Dijon (publication in preparation)).

Importance of sensory analysis in international trade

Barylko Pikielna N, Lamparski G (2002) (European Sensory Network (E.S.N.) Seminar "Using sensory analysis in food product development and quality control", 21-22 Nov.2002, Budapest, Hungary).

Effects of increased hardness on jaw movement and muscle activity during chewing of visco-elastic model foods

Peyron M A, Lassauzay C, Woda A (2002) (Accepté pour publication dans Experimental Brain Research, 2002).

Effect of the selected technical parameters of chopping process on sensory properties of texture of model meat product (Polish)

Makała H, Dolata W, Kostyra E (2002) (Journal of Food and Nutrition Sciences; 11(1), 55-60 ).

Consumer preferences of pork chops: An international cross-cultural comparison

Ngapo T M, Martin, J-F, Dransfield E (2002) (48th International Congress of Meat Science and Technology, Rome, Italy. p. 150).

Analyse sensorielle. Validation des méthodes

Nicod H (2002) (Contrôles, essais, mesures, Octobre).

Odor memory: incidental vs intentional learning, implicit vs explicit memory

Issanchou S, Valentin D, Sulmont C, Degel J, Köster EP (2002) (Dubois D, Rouby C, Schaal B (eds): Odor and Cognition, pp 211-230, Cambridge University Press, USA).

Pork flavour: Sensory profiling of pork in Sweden and Denmark using the same methodology

Agerhem H, Bejerholm C, Claudi-Magnussen (2002) (48th ICoMST).

Quality management of stored fish

Martinsdóttir E (2002) (in "Safety and quality issues in fish processing, Bremner A (ed.) Woodhead Publishing Ltd.. 303-313. ).

Testing odor memory: incidental versus intentional learning, implicit versus explicit memory.

Issanchou S, Valentin D, Sulmont C, Degel J, Köster EP (2002) (Olfaction, taste, and cognition (Rouby, C., Schaal, B., Dubois, D., Gervais, R. and Holley, A.), Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK, 211-230).

The influence of fat content on sensory properties and consumer perception of dairy products

Frøst M B (2002) (PhD Thesis, The Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, Centre for Advanced Food Studies, Department of Dairy and Food Science).

The specific characteristics of the sense of smell

Köster EP (2002) (Dubois D, Rouby C, Schaal B (eds): Odor and Cognition, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, USA, 27-43 ).

Wykorzystanie nasion rzepaku do produkcji kielkow jadalnych ( The use of rapeseeds for sprouts production in human nutrition)

Kozlowska H, Troszynska A, Zielinski H, Bucinski A, Lamparski G (2002) (Rosliny Oleiste (Oilseed Crops), Instytut Hodowli i Aklimatyzacji Roslin (Plant Breeding and Acclimatization Institute), TomXXIII - Zeszyt 1, 165-173 (in Polish)).

Approach to Setting Occupational Exposure Limits for Sensory Irritants in the Netherlands

V.J. Feron, J.H.E. Arts, J. Mojet (2001) (AIHAJ - American Industrial Hygiene Association) Volume 62, 733 - 735. doi:10.1080/15298660108984683

Taste Perception with Age: Generic or Specific Losses in Threshold Sensitivity to the Five Basic Tastes?

J. Mojet (2001) (Chemical Senses) Volume 26, 845 - 860. doi:10.1093/chemse/26.7.845

Analisi sensoriale del burro: risultati di uno studio internazionale (Sensory analysis of butter: results of an international study)

Sinesio F, Moneta E, Catone T (2001) (Scienza e Tecnica Lattiero-Casearia) Volume 52 (Issue 1), 29-48.

An effective hedonic analysis tool : weak/strong points

ROUSSET S, MARTIN J F (2001) (J Sens Stud) Volume 16, 619-641.

Acceptability of genetically modified cheese presented as real product alternative

Lähteenmäki L, Grunert K, Åström A, Ueland Ø, Arvola A, Bech-Larsen T (2001) (Food Quality and Preference) Volume 15, 805-818.

Adaptation de la mastication aux propriétés mécaniques des aliments

PEYRON M A, WODA A (2001).

Analysis of designed experiments by stabilised PLS Regression and jack-knifing

Martens H, Høy M, Westad F, Folkenberg D, Martens M (2001) (Chemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory Systems) Volume 58, 151-70.

Apple or mushroom - sensory impact of 1-octen-3-one in an apple odour mixture

Bredie W L P, Ivanova D, Møller P, Petersen M A (2001) (Food Processing Industry Magazine) Volume 10, 5-6.

Are weak odors stronger than strong odors? The influence of odor on human performance

Köster EP, Degel J (2001) (Aroma-Chology) Volume 9 (Issue 2), 9-11.

Consuemr perceptions of food products involving genetic modification - results from a qualitative study in four Nordic countries

Grunert K G, Lätheenmäki L, NIelsen N A, Poulsen J B, Ueland O, Aström A (2001) (Food Quality and Preference) Volume 12, 527-542.

Consumer Issues: Consumer awareness of and attitudes towards organic food

CCFRA (2001) (CCFRA Report) Volume 149.

Consumer Issues: Consumer awareness of and attitudes towards genetic modification

CCFRA (2001) (CCFRA Report) Volume 142.

Consumer perceptions of food products involving genetic modification - results from a qualitative study in four Nordic countries

Grunert K G, Lähteenmäki L, Nielsen N A, Poulsen J B, Ueland O, Ålström A (2001) (Food Quality and Preference ) Volume 12, 527-542.

Cytochrome oxidase activity in the olfactory system of staggerer mutant mice

DEISS V, STRAZIELLE C, LALONDE R (2001) (Brain Res) Volume 910, 126-133.

Dynamic analysis of sensory and microstructural properties of cream cheese

Wendin K, Langton M, Caous L, Hall G (2001) (Food Chemistry) Volume 71, 363-378 .

Effect of drying treatment conditions on the sensory profile of germinated oat

Heiniö R L, Oksman-Caldentey K M, Latva-Kala K, Poutanen K (2001) (Cereal Chemistry) Volume 78 (Issue 6), 707-714.

Effect of heat-treatment conditions of germinated oat on its sensory profile

Heiniö R-L, Oksman-Caldenty K-M, Latva-Kala K, Lehtinen P, Poutanen K (2001) (Cereal Chemistry) Volume submitted.

Elektroninen nenä haistaa pakkauksen. (Elecronic nose smells the packaging)

Heiniö RL (2001) (Kehittyvä Elintarvike) Volume 4, 32-33.

Food choice and the elderly: European qualitative research summary

Newsholme HC, McEwan JA (2001) (CCFRA R&D Report) Volume 145.

Food choice and the elderly: UK qualitative research

Valendru AC, McEwan JA (2001) (CCFRA R&D Report) Volume 124.
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