in Mental Floss, April 29, 2020
Interview with Maureen Cavanaugh from KPBS in San Diego. Just in time for Valentine's Day, Dr. Herz explains the role of scent in romantic attraction.
Rachel talks to Callie Crosley, who is very easily grossed out, about why things disgust us or not, and how to get over being disgusted.
Dr. Herz discusses her book – The Scent of Desire – and elaborates on the close connection between the sense of smell, mental health and happiness.
Hear Dr. Herz share fun and disgusting tidbits with Brendan Newnam, and arm yourself when you're running out of things to say at your next dinner party.
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Why You Eat What You Eat selected among 9 most "accessible and fascinating books about science".
Ira Flatow interviews Dr. Herz on the day after Thanksgiving, and she explains how aromas create emotional ambiance and influence our feelings about the holidays... the food, the people and nostalgia.
Rachel Herz talks to Ira Flatow and callers about "pure yuckiness".
Interview with Ginger Campbell, MD. How Dr. Herz got into the field of olfaction and a discussion of the neuroscience and psychology of smell, memory and emotion.
Interview with Wendy Strgar from LA Talk Radio discusses how important our sense of smell is in every facet of our lives, from sexuality to scent marketing.
Dr. Herz explains how scents evoke uniquely emotional memories and how body odor is critically involved in sexual attraction, especially for women.
Dr. Rachel Herz talks to Tom Ashbrook and callers about her new book-- That's Disgusting-- and discusses the science and psychology of the emotion of disgust.
Lynne Rossetto Kasper of the show for people who love to eat, by American Public Media, interviews Dr. Herz about scent, taste, flavor and of course food.
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