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The Relationship Between Taste and Smell
Transcript of The Relationship Between Taste and Smell
C., Molly. "Science Project 2004." Can Student's Identify Fruit Juices Better With Taste, Smell, or Both?. Selah.com, n.d. Web. 24 Nov 2012. <http://www.selah.k12.wa.us/SOAR/SciProj2004/MollyC.html>.
Finger, Tom. "The Surprising Impact of Taste and Smell." LiveScience. LiveScience, 05 2008. Web. 24 Nov 2012. <http://www.livescience.com/2737-surprising-impact-taste-smell.html>.
. "Taste and Smell." ReachoutMichigan.org. Newton's Apple, 25 2012. Web. 24 Nov 2012. <http://reachoutmichigan.org/funexperiments/agesubject/lessons/newton/tstesmll.html>. Past Project Can Student's Identify Fruit Juices Better With Taste, Smell, or Both? By: Molly C.
This test was very similar to mine because she tested whether students could identify fruit juices better with taste, smell or both, but she used fruit juices instead of candies.
I compared her results to mine and realized that she came up with just about the same results. This helped me to better prove my hypothesis. Procedure 1. Meet each volunteer separately from each other for each test.
2. One at a time, blindfold each volunteer and have them plug their nose.
3. Randomly choose a flavor and give it to the volunteer.
4. Ask the volunteer for their intensity rating.
5. Halfway through the candy, have the volunteer unplug their nose.
6. Repeat step 4.
7. Record all of the results. Average rating of flavor intensity Trial Number Question My question is what will happen if a
person cannot smell what they are eating? Materials Assortment of Life Savers hard candies (5 flavors, 15-25 altogether)
3-5 Human Volunteers
Nose plug Data Table Data will be measured by the description of the volunteer as intense, not intense, not as intense, etc.
For Average: Vague=1, Strong=2, Intense=3, Very Intense=4 Variables Independent Variable— whether the volunteer can or cannot smell.
Dependent Variable— The intensity of flavor that the volunteer gets.
Control- When the volunteers had their nose plugged.