Moustafa Bensafi

CNRS, Institut des Sciences Cognitives, Paris, Île-de-France, France 
"Moustafa Bensafi"
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Ferdenzi C, Bousquet C, Aguera PE, et al. (2021) Recovery from COVID-19-related olfactory disorders and quality of life: insights from an observational online study. Chemical Senses
Lötsch J, Ultsch A, Hähner A, et al. (2021) Data-science based analysis of perceptual spaces of odors in olfactory loss. Scientific Reports. 11: 10595
Sabiniewicz A, Schaefer E, Cagdas G, et al. (2021) Smells Influence Perceived Pleasantness but Not Memorization of a Visual Virtual Environment. I-Perception. 12: 2041669521989731
Midroit M, Chalençon L, Renier N, et al. (2021) Neural processing of the reward value of pleasant odorants. Current Biology : Cb
Gerkin RC, Ohla K, Veldhuizen MG, et al. (2020) Recent smell loss is the best predictor of COVID-19 among individuals with recent respiratory symptoms. Chemical Senses
Pierron D, Pereda-Loth V, Mantel M, et al. (2020) Smell and taste changes are early indicators of the COVID-19 pandemic and political decision effectiveness. Nature Communications. 11: 5152
Drareni K, Bensafi M, Giboreau A, et al. (2020) Chemotherapy-induced taste and smell changes influence food perception in cancer patients. Supportive Care in Cancer. 1-8
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
Iravani B, Arshamian A, Ravia A, et al. (2020) Relationship between odor intensity estimates and COVID-19 prevalence prediction in a Swedish population. Chemical Senses
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