Presenting our Posters at Eurosense 2020

Presenting our Posters at Eurosense 2020

Eurosense has gone virtual for 2020!  The 2020 scientific programme is themed around 'A Sense of Innovation' and consists of more than 100 talks and 400 posters across all areas of sensory science.  

Sensory Dimensions is proud to be exhibiting four posters at this event - with the added bonus to discuss the research in live Q&A sessions with our presenters. For those attending online this year, please join us at the ePoster sessions (14th and 15th December) to hear about our latest research.

 

Our research posters available to view during Eurosense 2020 are:

 

Danielle Dale presenting - Do tactile stimuli impact fragrance perception or emotion?

 

Lauren Henry presenting - Are the Results of Affective Semantic Priming Implicit Methods Repeatable when Measuring Emotions Associated with Chocolate?

 

Simon Hails presenting - Does CATA provide a more efficient alternative to wellSense profile in understanding consumer perception of wellbeing?

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A comparison of temporal methods: How well do TI, TDS and TCATA guide product development compared to conventional profiling?