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Mr Justin Timora

Lecturer, Psychology

Psychology

Section/Portfolio:

Psychology

Location:

Berwick Campus, Online

A preliminary investigation of the effect of ethical labeling and moral self-image on the expected and perceived flavor and aroma of beer

Ethical labelling has been shown to influence taste/flavour perception. Across two experiments,...

Happy Hour? A Preliminary Study of the Effect of Induced Joviality and Sadness on Beer Perception

Our emotions influence our perception. In order to determine whether emotion influences the...

The influence of training and expertise on the multisensory perception of beer: A review

This review critically evaluates the literature documenting the impact of training on people's...

The visual appearance of beer: A review concerning visually-determined expectations and their consequences for perception

This review critically evaluates the literature concerning the impact of visual appearance cues...

Steady-State EEG and Psychophysical Measures of Multisensory Integration to Cross-Modally Synchronous and Asynchronous Acoustic and Vibrotactile Amplitude Modulation Rate

According to the temporal principle of multisensory integration, cross-modal synchronisation of...

Dissociation of psychophysical and EEG steady-state response measures of cross-modal temporal correspondence for amplitude modulated acoustic and vibrotactile stimulation

Research examining multisensory integration suggests that the correspondence of stimulus...

Steady state responses to temporally congruent and incongruent auditory and vibrotactile amplitude modulated stimulation

Recent research suggests that multisensory integration may occur at an early phase in sensory...