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“Turn up the taste”: Assessing the role of taste intensity and emotion in mediating crossmodal correspondences between basic tastes and pitch
QJ Wang, S Wang, C Spence
Chemical Senses 41 (4), 345-356, 2016
862016
Extrinsic auditory contributions to food perception & consumer behaviour: An interdisciplinary review
C Spence, F Reinoso-Carvalho, C Velasco, QJ Wang
Multisensory research 32 (4-5), 275-318, 2019
842019
The influence of soundscapes on the perception and evaluation of beers
FR Carvalho, QJ Wang, R Van Ee, C Spence
Food quality and preference 52, 32-41, 2016
822016
The influence of soundscapes on the perception and evaluation of beers
FR Carvalho, QJ Wang, R Van Ee, C Spence
Food quality and preference 52, 32-41, 2016
812016
“Smooth operator”: Music modulates the perceived creaminess, sweetness, and bitterness of chocolate
FR Carvalho, QJ Wang, R Van Ee, D Persoone, C Spence
Appetite 108, 383-390, 2017
762017
“Smooth operator”: Music modulates the perceived creaminess, sweetness, and bitterness of chocolate
FR Carvalho, QJ Wang, R Van Ee, D Persoone, C Spence
Appetite 108, 383-390, 2017
762017
Wine and music (II): can you taste the music? Modulating the experience of wine through music and sound
C Spence, QJ Wang
Flavour 4 (1), 1-14, 2015
692015
The role of intrinsic and extrinsic sensory factors in sweetness perception of food and beverages: A review
QJ Wang, LA Mielby, JY Junge, AS Bertelsen, U Kidmose, C Spence, ...
Foods 8 (6), 211, 2019
672019
Sensory expectations elicited by the sounds of opening the packaging and pouring a beverage
C Spence, QJ Wang
Flavour 4 (1), 1-11, 2015
622015
“What’s your taste in music?” A comparison of the effectiveness of various soundscapes in evoking specific tastes
Q Wang, AT Woods, C Spence
i-Perception 6 (6), 2041669515622001, 2015
602015
“A sweet smile”: the modulatory role of emotion in how extrinsic factors influence taste evaluation
Q Wang, C Spence
Cognition and Emotion 32 (5), 1052-1061, 2018
572018
Multisensory packaging: Designing new product experiences
C Velasco, C Spence
Springer, 2018
542018
Sounds spicy: Enhancing the evaluation of piquancy by means of a customised crossmodally congruent soundtrack
QJ Wang, S Keller, C Spence
Food quality and preference 58, 1-9, 2017
542017
On the meaning (s) of perceived complexity in the chemical senses
C Spence, QJ Wang
Chemical Senses 43 (7), 451-461, 2018
492018
Assessing the effect of musical congruency on wine tasting in a live performance setting
Q Wang, C Spence
i-Perception 6 (3), 2041669515593027, 2015
492015
‘Striking a sour note’: assessing the influence of consonant and dissonant music on taste perception
QJ Wang, C Spence
Multisensory Research 29 (1-3), 195-208, 2016
442016
Assessing the effect of shape on the evaluation of expected and actual chocolate flavour
QJ Wang, F Reinoso Carvalho, D Persoone, C Spence
Flavour 6 (1), 1-6, 2017
412017
Wine and music (I): on the crossmodal matching of wine and music
C Spence, QJ Wang
Flavour 4 (1), 1-14, 2015
382015
Wine complexity: An empirical investigation
QJ Wang, C Spence
Food Quality and Preference 68, 238-244, 2018
362018
Wine and music (III): so what if music influences the taste of the wine?
C Spence, QJ Wang
Flavour 4 (1), 1-15, 2015
352015
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