Category: Business and Money > Advertising and Marketing
Asked by: lindstrom-ga
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15 Dec 2003 23:27 PST
Expires: 14 Jan 2004 23:27 PST
Question ID: 287613
Private question for : journalist-ga
Answered By: journalist-ga on 15 Dec 2003 23:38 PST
Greetings Lindstrom: I'm delighted that the additional information was of assistance (even though I seemed to have quoted you). I may have to post an Internet ad "WANTED: Expert Vanilla Hunter - apply to journalist-ga" ;) Best regards, journalist-ga
From: journalist-ga on 18 Dec 2003 08:21 PST
Still no successful vanilla dectective am I...but I have located other references that may be of interest to you: Article: Subliminal Scents By K. Denise Johnston http://www.bizsites.com/1998/FM98/insites.html A book offered for purchase: The Scent of Eros: Mysteries of Odor in Human Sexuality By James Vaughn Kohl and Robert T. Francoeur, Ph.D http://www.pheromones.com/scent.html From a textbook reference: "The impact of olfactory stimuli on consumers' behavior studied," Health & Medicine Week, March 10, 2003, p6. http://www.swlearning.com/marketing/marketing_news/common_scents_1003.html Short article and comments: Subliminal Communicating http://notes.utk.edu/bio/greenberg.nsf/0/aca785f0e7fddb308525670c00629a23?OpenDocument SEARCH STRATEGY: "subliminal scents"
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