Perception 50:1-3 (2021)

Ekin Erkan
Columbia University
Book review of Ann-Sophia Barwich's Smellosophy: What the Nose Tells the Mind (2020), focusing on stereotypic stimulus mapping vs behavioral approaches that a proper study of olfaction, and perception tout court, necessitates.
Keywords olfaction  perception  Ekin Erkan  Ann-Sophia Barwich  Smell  Philosophy of Cognitive Science  Churchland
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