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Bruce P. Halpern

Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, United States 
retronasal olfaction
"Bruce Halpern"
Mean distance: 14.62 (cluster 29)
Cross-listing: PsychTree


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Carl Pfaffmann grad student 1959 Brown


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Jeannine Delwiche grad student 1997-1993 Cornell
John E. Hayes grad student 1998-2000 Cornell
Juyun Lim grad student 2002-2005 Cornell (PsychTree)
Francine H. Hollis grad student 2011 Cornell
Michael A. Nestrud grad student 2008-2011 Cornell
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Halpern BP. (2014) Human Trigeminal Sensory Responses to Vapor-Phase Stimuli Chemosensory Perception. 7: 126-139
Chukir T, Darlington RB, Halpern BP. (2013) Shared retronasal identifications of vapor-phase 18-carbon fatty acids. Chemical Senses. 38: 343-53
Lee J, Halpern BP. (2013) High-resolution time-intensity tracking of sustained human orthonasal and retronasal smelling during natural breathing Chemosensory Perception. 6: 20-35
Wajid NA, Halpern BP. (2012) Oral cavity discrimination of vapor-phase long-chain 18-carbon fatty acids. Chemical Senses. 37: 595-602
Hollis FH, Halpern BP. (2012) Assessment of Low-Density Polyethylene Squeeze Bottles in Delivering Wine Vapor-Phase Stimuli: A Preliminary Study Journal of Sensory Studies. 27: 314-323
Kallas O, Halpern BP. (2011) Retronasal discrimination between vapor-phase long-chain, aliphatic fatty acids Chemosensory Perception. 4: 16-24
Bolton B, Halpern BP. (2010) Orthonasal and retronasal but not oral-cavity-only discrimination of vapor-phase fatty acids. Chemical Senses. 35: 229-38
Halpern BP. (2010) Retronasal Olfaction Encyclopedia of Neuroscience. 297-304
Stephenson D, Halpern BP. (2009) No oral-cavity-only discrimination of purely olfactory odorants. Chemical Senses. 34: 121-6
Parikh V, Lee-Lim AP, Halpern BP. (2009) Retronasal and Oral-Cavity-Only Identifications of Air-Phase Trigeminal Stimuli Chemosensory Perception. 2: 9-24
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