Rachel Sarah Herz, Ph.D.

Psychiatry and Human Behavior Brown University, Providence, RI 
"Rachel Herz"
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Sugiyama H, Oshida A, Thueneman P, et al. (2015) Proustian Products are Preferred: The Relationship Between Odor-Evoked Memory and Product Evaluation Chemosensory Perception. 8
Herz RS. (2014) Verbal priming and taste sensitivity make moral transgressions gross. Behavioral Neuroscience. 128: 20-8
Herz RS. (2014) Comment: Strohminger versus McGinn and The Meaning of Disgust Emotion Review. 6: 218-219
Herz RS, Hinds A. (2013) Stealing is not gross: language distinguishes visceral disgust from moral violations. The American Journal of Psychology. 126: 275-86
Herz RS. (2011) PROP taste sensitivity is related to visceral but not moral disgust Chemosensory Perception. 4: 72-79
Herz RS. (2009) Symposium overview: Basic processes in human olfactory cognition: current findings and future directions. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 1170: 313-7
Herz RS. (2009) Aromatherapy facts and fictions: a scientific analysis of olfactory effects on mood, physiology and behavior. The International Journal of Neuroscience. 119: 263-90
Herz RS. (2005) Odor-associative learning and emotion: effects on perception and behavior. Chemical Senses. 30: i250-1
Carskadon MA, Herz RS. (2004) Minimal olfactory perception during sleep: why odor alarms will not work for humans. Sleep. 27: 402-5
Herz RS. (2004) A naturalistic analysis of autobiographical memories triggered by olfactory visual and auditory stimuli. Chemical Senses. 29: 217-24
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