*  Psychology of Pain: March 2011
Co-author Frank Zufall, also of the University of Saarland, says the connection between smell and pain was completely ... Knowing that a particular ion channel is necessary for smell suggests that in the future we may be able to help people who have ... The behaviour of these "knockout" mice also implied that they could not smell. Mice are generally intrigued by the aromas of ... A new study reveals that our sense of smell depends on this same protein gate, establishing a previously unrecognised link ...
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*  Psychology of Pain: August 2010
... sounds and smells; nausea and vomiting; and other symptoms. It's estimated that about 10 percent of young children and up to 28 ...
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*  Psychology of Pain: November 2012
Woods!" They wanted to know if they really couldn't smell. Growing up, they weren't sure if they could smell or not because ... and neither has the ability to smell. (Ashlyn's parents discovered she too couldn't smell when she started spraying herself ... The house smelled of the homemade macaroni and cheese they were going to have for dinner. A South Georgia rainstorm drummed the ...
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*  Psychology of Pain: December 2011
When it comes to men, she likes the smell of trouble.. Her history of drug use and dysfunction stretches back to puberty. She ...
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*  Psychology of Pain: Male Scent May Compromise Biomedical Research | Science/AAAS | News
"If you smell a solitary male nearby, chances are he's hunting or defending his territory." If you're in pain, you're showing ...
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