Gastrophysics the new science of eating by charles spence review does the size of your plate matter or how loud your crisps crunch a psychologist explores our multisensory experience of food. Charles spence an experimental psychologist who runs the crossmodal research laboratory at oxfords university is the author of gastrophysics the new science of eating where he fascinates us with discoveries on how memories associations and emotions enhance the experience of eating what spence calls the everything else. Gastrophysics the new science of eating there was a time when apart from the late great nicholas kurti scientists didnt consider the science of food a serious or worthwhile subject for study. Gastrophysics the new science of eating by charles spence hold your nose and you cant tell red wine and coffee apart how our perception of food is shaped by all our senses not just taste review by james mcconnachie. A podcast and video of this event is available to download from gastrophysics the new science of eating podcasts and videos of many lse events can be found at the lse public lectures and events podcasts and videos channel
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