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Poster sessions

13:30-14:30 Saturday, 4th of Dec - Poster presentations (60 min)

Presenters are asked to be present during 13:30 to 14:30
Poster boards will be available from the morning of the 3rd of Dec on, posters should be taken down in the afternoon of the 4th of Dec

Cross-modal interactions

P01 Crossmodal olfactory-visual integration in humans

Jessica Albrecht1; Valentin Schriever2, Eva C. Alden1, Johan N. Lundström1,3,4
1,3Philadelphia; 2 Göttingen; 4Stockholm; jessica.albrecht@me.com


P02 An Examination of Behavioral Odor Data in Sensory disabled individuals

Adile Oniz*, Ipek Erdogan, Onur Bayazit, Murat Ozgoren;
Izmir; *adile.oniz@deu.edu.tr


P03 Auditory cues modulate odor pleasantness

Han-Seok Seo, Franziska Lohse, Thomas Hummel
Dresden; hanseok94@gmail.com

 

Odor memory / Odor induced emotions

P04 The Neural Architecture of Autobiographical Odor-Evoked Memories

Artin Arshamian1,2, Emilia Iannilli2 , Johan Willander1, Jonas Persson3,Han-seok Seo2, & Thomas Hummel2,  Maria Larsson1
1,3 Stockholm; 2 Dresden; artin.arshamian@psychology.su.se

P05 Revisiting the myth of the longevity of olfactory memory

Stina Cornell Kärnekull, Fredrik U Jönsson, Johan Willander, & Maria Larsson;
Stockholm; stina.ck@hotmail.com

 

P06 Olfactory learning during sleep

Anat Arzi, Limor Shedlesky Anton Plotkin, Aharon Weissbrod and Noam Sobe;
Rehovot;
anat.arzi@gmail.com

 

P07 Ambient urban odors evoke basic emotions

Elisabeth Lingg1, Sandra Weber2, Eva Heuberger1,3
1 Vienna; 2 San Diego, 3 Saabrücken;e.heuberger@mx.uni-saarland.de

 

Olfactory function

P08 Varying the mode of sniffing alters intra-nasal odorant concentrations

Jonathan Beauchamp1, Mandy Scheibe2, Thomas Hummel2 and Andrea Buettner1,3
1Freising; 2 Dresden; 3Erlangen, jonathan.beauchamp@ivv.fraunhofer.de

P09 Olfactory fat detection in human subjects

Sanne Boesveldt1,2, Eva C. Alden1, Johan N. Lundström1,3,4
1Philadelphia; 2Wageningen; 4Stockholm;sanne.boesveldt@wur.nl

 

P10 A behavioural odour-similarity “space” in larval Drosophila

Chen Yi-chun, Mishra Dushyant, Schmitt Linda, Michael Schmuker, Gerber Bertram
Würzburg; chen.yi-chun@biozentrum.uni-wuerzburg.de

P11 Dissimilarity of  blending mixture and components in an olfactory space

CharlotteSinding1,2, Thierry Thomas-Danguin2, Adeline Chambault2, Noelle Béno2, Benoist Schaal1, Gérard Coureaud1
1,2 Dijon; Charlotte.Sinding@dijon.inra.fr

 

Trigeminal function

P12 Trigeminal modulation of olfactory reception

Philipp Daiber and Frank Möhrlen
Heidelberg, philipp.daiber@arcor.de

P13 Training the inter-nostril localization ability of olfactory chemicals 

Simona Negoias1, Oxana Aszmann 1, and Johannes Gerber 2 and Thomas Hummel 1
1,2 Dresden; simonanegoias@yahoo.com

 

Odor valence

P14 On the relation between perceived intensity and pleasantness of olfactory stimuli and brain activity observed using functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI)

Friedrich  Müller1, Necla Soyak1, Kathrin Kandel1, Bernd Weber2, Jennifer Faber2, Simona Negoias3, Artin Arshamian3, and Thomas Hummel3
1 Lueneburg, 2Bonn; 3Dresden; f.mueller@uni-leuphana.de

P15 Hormones as Predictors of Odor Pleasantness?

Sokratis Trellakis a, Cornelia Fischer a, Jens Greve a, Alena Rydleuskaya a, Sefik Tagay b, André Scherag c, Ali E. Canbay d, Thomas K. Hoffmann a, Stephan Lang a, Sven Brandau a
a-d Essen; sokratis.trellakis@uk-essen.de

Mixed bag

P16 Delayed decrease of pleasantness ratings in congenital anosmia during consumption of a simple food

Lenka Novakova1, Viola Engelhardt2, Jan Havlicek1, Ilona Croy2
1 Prague, 2 Dresden; lenka.novakova@yahoo.com

 

P17 Infant Olfactory Event-Related Potentials

Góis-Eanes, M.*, Cruz, S.*, Schuster, B.**, Gonçalves, O.*, Sampaio, A.*
*
Minho, ** Dresden;maria.gois@gmail.com

 

P18 Olfactory effect on semantic access : Do odors influence children’s verbal fluency ?

Alix Seigneuric1 2 ; Karine Durand 1 2; Daniel McCall 3; Tao Jiang 1 2; Benoist Schaal 1 2
1Dijon ; 2Dijon-Dresden EAL 549 ; 3Gettysburg, alix.seigneuric@u-bourgogne.fr

 

P19 Sexually dimorphic hypothalamic responses to steroid compound androstadienone – an fMRI study

Sarah M. Burke1, Johannes Gerber2, Dick Veltman3, Thomas Hummel4, Julie Bakker156
1,3,6: Amsterdam; 2,4: Dresden; 5: Liege; s.burke@vumc.nl

P20 Olfactory granule cell-specific silencing slows down odor discrimination time in mice

Bhavana Shrivastava1, Ruud Toonen2, Matthijs Verhage2 and Thomas Kuner1
1 Heidelberg; 2 Amsterdam; bhavss4@gmail.com

Odors modulate behavior

P21 Stress-reducing effects from orange odor exposure in humans in an experimental setting

Monique Smeets1, Jasper de Groot1, Annemarie Kaldewaij1, Alexander Toet2, Lorenz van Doornen1

 

P22 Sandalwood oil alters facial attractiveness

Iris Stappen1, Martina Hoeferl1, Eva Heuberger1,2
1 Vienna 2Saarbruecken;  Iris.stappen@univie.ac.at

 

Clinical

 

P23 No brain-response to a human chemosignal in congenital anosmia

Sagit Shushan1, 2, Yaara Yeshurun1, Yehuda Roth2, and Noam Sobel1
1 Rehovot, 2Holon; sashushan@gmail.com

 

P24 Helicobacter pylori infection and smell-taste distortion: a case report

Maria Paola Cecchini1, Camilla Pellegrini2, Maria Antonietta Bassetto1, Francesco Osculati3, Andrea Sbarbati1, Marcolini L4, and Lucia De Franceschi2
1,2,4Verona 3 Messina; mmariapaola@gmail.com

 

P25 Structural and functional alterations in the olfaction system associated with Parkinson Disease

Jochen Klucken1, Carolin Moessnang2, Johannes Kahlis3, Nina Mallog3, Beate Winner4, Gerhard Schuierer3, Mark Greenlee2, Juergen Winkler1
1,2
Erlangen, 2,3 Regensburg; jochen.klucken@uk-erlangen.de

P26 Olfactory neuroblastoma: Our ten-year experience

Alberto Macchi°, ;Fabio Ferreli° ; Luca Volpi^ ; Stefania Gallo*; Paolo Castelnuovo°
° Varese; ^ Sassari; * Brescia,
studiodottormacchi@virgilio.it

 

P27 Taste disorder and sensory dysfunction after middle ear surgery

Akiko Sakaguchi, Tomomi Nin, Hirokazu Katsura, and Masafumi Sakagami
Hyogo; akkocafe5492@yahoo.co.jp

 

P28 Congenitally anosmic adults report less maternal care than normosmics - a retrospective questionnaire study

Lenka Novakova1, Jan Havlicek1, and Ilona Croy2
1 Prague; 2 Dresden, lenka.novakova@yahoo.com

 

Assessment of smell and taste

P29 The depth of the olfactory sulcus is an indicator of congenital anosmia

Huart C1,2, Meusel T3, Gerber J4,  Rombaux P1, Hummel T3
1,2
Brussels, 3,4 Dresden; caro_huart@hotmail.com

 

P30 Riech-O-Mat: A small and simple olfactometer for fMRI studies

J.U. Sommer, C. Heiser, B.A.Stuck, T. Hummel
Mannheim and Dresden; mail@ulrich-sommer.de

 

P31 Automated odor presentation for odor identification testing

Valentin Schriever1, Samanta Sviana2, and Thomas Hummel3
1Goettingen; 2Salvaterra de Magos; 3 Dresden; valentin.schriever@mac.com

P32 A new test for qualitative olfactory dysfunction using an extended version of the “Sniffin`Sticks”

B Renner1, S Zapf1, AH Esmi2, I Esfandeyari2, CA Mueller2
1
Erlangen, 2 Vienna; renner@pharmakologie.uni-erlangen.de

P33 Does the method of limits reveal subjects’ capability to determine odor thresholds?

Friedrich  Müller and Matthias Metz
Lueneburg,  f.mueller@uni-leuphana.de

P34 Assessment of oral trigeminal sensitivity in healthy subjects by electrical stimulation.

Timomi Nin
Hyogo; ninniku245@hotmail.com

 

P35 OLAF, a Sniffin' Sticks test software

C. Hummel1, A. Zucco2, E. Iannilli1, B. Landis3, T. Hummel1
1
Dresden, 2 Padova 3 Bern; hummeltc@web.de

P36 From subjective to objective electrogustometry

Tomasz Kamiński and Antoni Grzanka
Warsaw, Poland; Tomasz_Kaminski@aster.pl

 

P37 From manual to automatic subjective electrogustometry

Tomasz Kamiński1, Antoni Grzanka1, Anna Choromańska12
1 Warsaw, Poland; 2 New York, USA; Tomasz_Kaminski@aster.pl

 

P38 Representation of umami and salt taste in the human brain

Singh PB1,3, Iannilli E1, Schuster B1, Gerber J2, Hummel T1
1
,2Dresden, 2,Oslo p.b.singh@odont.uio.no

P39 Olfactory dysfunction in patients with Parkinson’s disease is related to gray matter atrophy in regions of the olfactory cortex

Antje Welge-Lüssen1, Elise Wattendorf2, Thomas Hummel3, Birgit Westermann4
1Basel, 2 Fribourg, 3Dresden, 4 Basel; awelge@uhbs.ch