(Human Stench + Perfume, Cologne, Fragrance, Etc.)
This page will show the links, references, and citations to our claims on the Honey Hazard home page; as well as some other resources.
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Why smell is intricately connected with emotions: “There is a partial overlap between the areas in our brains which deal with olfactory [scent] perception and those which process emotions” quoted of Marilena Aiello in citation by the article at EurekAlert* from (American Association for the Advancement of Science)
Humans actually have an excellent sense of smell: (Even comparable to dogs!) This article by Live Science* tracks the findings of John McGann, a neuroscientist at Rutgers University-New Brunswick.
Smell as related to good or bad memories: Link to an article by Medical News Today* describes why smells can trigger memories faster than our other senses.
Some misconceptons about perfume and cologne: Link to an article by Business Insider* talks about several misconceptions people have about perfume and cologne, including that perfume is for women and cologne is for men (a very common misconception). Albiet, this article was written before the Honey Hazard System. Thus, they were unaware of such a diffuser at the time, and unwittingly talk about applying perfume to the skin.
Alexithymia and emotional reactions to odors
Smelling Feelings: A study published by the Association of Psychological Science* indictaes that it is possible to smell feelings like fear and disgust through chemosignals.
How Smell Triggers Memories and Emotions: An article by Psychology Today* with additional references and citations on the page incorporated by reference.
Scent of Danger: Are There Toxic Ingredients in Perfumes and Colognes? Article by Scientific American*
How to Know If Your Perfume Is Poisoning You: An article by Healthline.com* discusses some dangers of many chemicals found in perfumes and colognes with additional citations therein incorporated by reference.
Why Strong Perfume Makes You Physically Ill : Article published by Men’s Health* Magazine with a link thereon cited to ScienceDirect.com* incorporated by reference.
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