By: Victoria Dulemba
Why I Chose This Topic:
Smell and Memory:
What Is Going On In the Brain?
What Parts of the Brain Are Being Used?
The Research and Psychologist:
-You smell with your brain not your nose
-Most of your scent memories come from the first decade of your life
-Good smells make you happier
-Everyone has a unique odor identity or 'smell print'
-Our sense of smell is weakest in the morning
-The scent we smell feeds into the emotional areas of our brain much more directly than any other senses