The role of valenced odors and body odor disgust sensitivity in the recognition of facial expressions

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The main aim of this study is to test whether a classification of dynamic facial expressions as happy or disgusted, and an emotional evaluation of these facial expressions, will be affected by individual differences in body odor disgust sensitivity (as measured by the BODS scale), and by exposure to valeric acid (a sweat-like, negatively valenced odor) vs. lilac essence (a soap-like, positively va...

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