Trying to describe a smell may mean striving to understand a disturbing emotion or an undervalued form of knowledge.
One of the first symptoms in COVID-19 is loss of smell. How important is our sense of smell?
How do you ask a wolf if it is self-aware? In a new study, grey wolves pass the Sniff Test for Self-Recognition, demonstrating their awareness of “self” and “other.”
Smells you sniff influence thoughts you think.
SPOILER: No, they are not!
New research sheds light on why certain scents are more uplifting than others.
Feeling stressed? Missing loved ones? Aromatherapy can evoke pleasant memories and emotions nearly instantaneously. So grab your favorite scent, take a deep breath, and say, “ahh.”
New research suggests that specific smells may unlock the motivation to seek exercise.
Fears from the past? New data suggests that certain very specific canine fears, such as those provoked by the scent of predators, maybe encoded in a dog’s DNA
Decision-making about psychoactive medication for dogs includes personal experience and wanting to know about the evidence, study shows.