Body Odor Senses

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*Watch APA formating -refer to the assignment for example. *Articles need to be dated between 2013 to present. 1. For this paper wright about the ( body odor sensors) in health care. 2.Cite the source in proper APA format. Normally, citations in an annotated bibliography are organized in alphabetical order by author, just as in an APA References page. 3. Follow with a brief annotation that summarizes the source (approximately three to five sentences). You may quote from the source, but do not copy and paste the abstract. Ideally, all of the annotation should be in your own words. 4. Include an evaluation: a. A statement about the type of source (e.g. research article, feature from a newspaper article, chapter from a book, U.S. government website); b. A short evaluation of the authority of the author to write about the topic, quality of the source, objectivity, et cetera, using the CRAAP method introduced in earlier courses. (currency, relevancy, authority, accuracy, and purpose) 5. In one or two sentences, express your own thoughts on why this is relevant for you in the context of the topic, and important to clients and professionals who work in the healthcare environment. do not forget the link of the source.

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Kärnekull, S.N., Jönsson, F.U., Willander, J., Sikström, S. & Larsson, M. (2015). Long-term memory for odors: Influences for familiarity and identification across 64 days.  Chemical Senses, 40(4), 259-26. Retrieved from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4398052/.

In this study, the authors investigated long-term recognition of body odor.  The study was based on earlier findings that showed that forgetting the sensory representation was slower compared to other sensory modalities. The study under consideration investigated odor recognition memory within a 64-day span, including high and low familiar odors.  The sample included 83 young participants, and data was collected at four time points: at the very beginning of the study, on the 4th, 16th, and 64th day.  The study documents rampant odor forgetting within the span of 64 days, although there was consistency in order identification.