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2 edition of Remembering smell found in the catalog.

Remembering smell

by Bonnie Blodgett

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Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt in Boston .
Written in English


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In this engaging memoir, Blodgett recounts how she lost her sense of smell and ultimately learned the most transformative lesson of all: the olfactory nerve, in ways unlike any other in the human body, has the extraordinary power to heal.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

StatementBonnie Blodgett
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRF342 .B66 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 245 p. :
Number of Pages245
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24476738M
ISBN 100618861882
ISBN 109780618861880
LC Control Number2009046259
OCLC/WorldCa441152617

Common Good Books welcomes Bonnie Blodgett on July 7th at What is it like to lose your sense of smell? Gardener and science writer Bonnie Blodgett only realized how crucial this underrated sense after she lost it. Hear her discuss her new book, Remembering Smell at Common Good Books.   Many book-lovers still prefer the traditional option and value the tactile sensation of a bound paper book. "Paper books are, as a rule, very well designed, they look and smell good, and they.

  Remembering The Scent Of A Meal How does the way something smells influence the way it tastes? And why are smell memories more emotional than other types of memories? Brown University professor of.   Donald Wilson, a professor of zoology at the University of Oklahoma and co-author of the book Learning to Smell: Olfactory Perception from Neurobiology to .

  Here's an easy way to boost your memory: Get a good night's sleep or take a power nap after learning something new. One research study found that people who slept for 8 hours after learning new faces and names were better able to remember them compared to those who didn't get the sleep opportunity. And in an analysis of two research datasets, psychologist Nicolas Dumay determined that . I think the book REMEMBERING SMELL is going to appeal to a rather small section of readers, mostly from the minute segment of the population that has experienced the loss of the sense of smell. The author does cover, rather extensively, the science of olfactory loss (neutralized a bit by including a lot of anecdotal evidence and personal opinion)/5(34).


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Blodgett’s provocative conversations with renowned geneticists, smell dysfunction experts, neurobiologists, chefs, and others ultimately lead to a life-altering understanding of smell, and to the most transformative lesson of all: the olfactory nerve, in ways unlike any other in the human body has the extraordinary power to heal.

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Lost to her were the comforting scents of her home, the ravishing scents of her garden, and the familiar scents of her husband/5(10). In Remembering Smell: A Memoir of Losing -- and Discovering -- the Primal Sense, Blodgett tells the story of the traumatic loss of her sense of smell.

Smell and Memory. The sense of smell is closely linked with memory, probably more so than any of our other senses. Those with full olfactory function may be able to think of smells that evoke particular memories; the scent of an orchard in blossom conjuring up.

A decade ago, Herz and colleagues at Brown University tested whether there was a correlation between the emotional intensity of a memory triggered by a smell and activation in the amygdala.

Remembering smell. [Bonnie Blodgett] -- In this engaging memoir, Blodgett recounts how she lost her sense of smell and ultimately learned the most transformative lesson of all: the olfactory nerve, in ways unlike any other in the human.

I think the book REMEMBERING SMELL is going to appeal to a rather small section of readers, mostly from the minute segment of the population that has experienced the loss of the sense of smell.

The author does cover, rather extensively, the science of olfactory loss (neutralized a bit by including a lot of anecdotal evidence and personal opinion)/5.

New Books: The smell of new books can be attributed to three factors: the paper itself (it smells good because of the chemicals used to manufacture it), the ink used to print the book, and the adhesives used in the process of book-binding.

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Delaware County District Library (Ohio) Scanned in : Combination popular-science book/memoir of a gardener who lost her sense of smell. The Garden Letter publisher Blodgett (Midwest Top 10 Garden Guide,etc.) discovered one day that her olfactory sense had gone haywire.

All the worst odors she could think of—rotting garbage, decaying flesh, animal waste—were invading her nose in nauseating : Bonnie Blodgett. Remembering Smell: A Memoir of Losing—and Discovering—the Primal Sense Bonnie Blodgett, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, $24 (p) ISBN Buy this book.

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