Sanne Boesveldt, PhD

Human Nutrition Wageningen University, Wageningen, Gelderland, Netherlands 
Olfaction, eating behavior, psychophsycis, neuroimaging
"Sanne Boesveldt"
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Vivian He grad student 2011-2015 Wageningen University
Iris van den Bosch grad student 2011-2015 Wageningen University
Jet Zoon grad student 2012-2016 Wageningen University
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Morquecho-Campos P, Hellmich IM, Zwart E, et al. (2022) Does odour priming influence snack choice? - An eye-tracking study to understand food choice processes. Appetite. 168: 105772
Parma V, Ohla K, Veldhuizen MG, et al. (2021) Corrigendum to: More Than Smell-COVID-19 Is Associated With Severe Impairment of Smell, Taste, and Chemesthesis. Chemical Senses. 46
Peter MG, Mårtensson G, Postma EM, et al. (2021) Seeing Beyond Your Nose? The Effects of Lifelong Olfactory Sensory Deprivation on Cerebral Audio-visual Integration. Neuroscience. 472: 1-10
Krüsemann EJZ, van Tiel L, Pennings JLA, et al. (2021) Both non-smoking youth and smoking adults like sweet and minty e-liquid flavors more than tobacco flavor. Chemical Senses
Boesveldt S, Parma V. (2021) The importance of the olfactory system in human well-being, through nutrition and social behavior. Cell and Tissue Research
de Vries R, Morquecho-Campos P, de Vet E, et al. (2020) Human spatial memory implicitly prioritizes high-calorie foods. Scientific Reports. 10: 15174
Peter MG, Fransson P, Mårtensson G, et al. (2020) Normal Olfactory Functional Connectivity Despite Lifelong Absence of Olfactory Experiences. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991)
Morquecho-Campos P, Bikker FJ, Nazmi K, et al. (2020) A stepwise approach investigating salivary responses upon multisensory food cues. Physiology & Behavior. 226: 113116
Gerkin RC, Ohla K, Veldhuizen MG, et al. (2020) Recent smell loss is the best predictor of COVID-19: a preregistered, cross-sectional study. Medrxiv : the Preprint Server For Health Sciences
Parma V, Ohla K, Veldhuizen MG, et al. (2020) More than smell - COVID-19 is associated with severe impairment of smell, taste, and chemesthesis. Chemical Senses
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