Psychology - Somatic Senses: Gustation, Olfaction, Acquired Taste, Aftertaste, Ageusia, Chemesthesis, Developmental Aspects of Gustation, Dysgeusia, Epithelial Sodium Channel, Flavor, Gustation in the Infant, Gustatory Nucleus Source Wikia

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Psychology - Somatic Senses: Gustation, Olfaction, Acquired Taste, Aftertaste, Ageusia, Chemesthesis, Developmental Aspects of Gustation, Dysgeusia, Epithelial Sodium Channel, Flavor, Gustation in the Infant, Gustatory Nucleus  by  Source Wikia

Psychology - Somatic Senses: Gustation, Olfaction, Acquired Taste, Aftertaste, Ageusia, Chemesthesis, Developmental Aspects of Gustation, Dysgeusia, Epithelial Sodium Channel, Flavor, Gustation in the Infant, Gustatory Nucleus by Source Wikia
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This book consists of articles from Wikia or other free sources online. Pages: 37. Chapters: Gustation, Olfaction, Acquired taste, Aftertaste, Ageusia, Chemesthesis, Developmental aspects of gustation, Dysgeusia, Epithelial sodium channel, Flavor,MoreThis book consists of articles from Wikia or other free sources online. Pages: 37. Chapters: Gustation, Olfaction, Acquired taste, Aftertaste, Ageusia, Chemesthesis, Developmental aspects of gustation, Dysgeusia, Epithelial sodium channel, Flavor, Gustation in the infant, Gustatory nucleus, Monell Chemical Senses Center, Sweetness, Taste aversion conditioning, Taste disorders, Taste perception, Taste perception at birth, Aromatherapy, Aroma compound, Classification of odors, Crocker-Henderson smell classification, Developmental aspects of olfaction, Genetics of olfaction, Hennings odor system, Hyperosmia, Linnaeuss classification of smell, Lock and key model of odour, Memory and smell, Methods in smell perception research, Monell Chemical Senses Center, Odors, Odor constancy, Odor detection threshold, Odour hallucinations, Olfactie, Olfaction and pregancy, Olfaction in animals, Olfaction in the infant, Olfactory adaptation, Olfactory fatigue, Olfactory navigation, Olfactory system, Parosmia, Smell disorders, Smell perception at birth, Stereochemical smell theory, Theories of smell perception, The physiology of smell perception, Turbinate, Zwaardemaker olfactometer, Zwaardemaker smell system, Olfactory perception, Pressure sensation, Tactition.

Excerpt: An acquired taste often refers to an appreciation for a food or beverage that is unlikely to be enjoyed by a person who has not had substantial exposure to it, usually because of some unfamiliar aspect of the food or beverage, including a strong or strange odor (e.g. stinky tofu), taste (such as bitter teas or hot spices), or appearance.

Acquired taste may also refer to aesthetic tastes, such as taste in music or other forms of art. The relationship between taste in food and taste in art is subject to much discussion. For more on non-gustatory taste, see the article taste (sociology). The process of acquired taste looks very much like a form of adaptive preference formation (as described by Jon Elster).

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