Pamela Dalton spends much of her time researching Odor, Olfaction, Perception, Audiology and Irritation. Odor is closely attributed to Cognition in her research. Her Olfaction research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Olfactory Region, Olfactory system and Anatomy.
Her study looks at the relationship between Perception and fields such as Taste, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. Her Audiology research incorporates themes from Stimulus modality, Sweetness and Communication. Her Irritation research includes themes of Respiratory tract and Pathology.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Odor, Olfaction, Audiology, Irritation and Perception. Her Odor research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Surgery, Toxicity, Cognition and Sensory system. Her studies in Olfaction integrate themes in fields like Olfactory system and Physiology.
Her work carried out in the field of Audiology brings together such families of science as Test, Response bias, Threshold limit value and NIH Toolbox. Her work deals with themes such as Olfactometry, Anesthesia, Airway and Respiratory tract, which intersect with Irritation. She has researched Perception in several fields, including Developmental psychology and Taste.
Pamela Dalton mostly deals with Odor, Olfaction, Olfactory system, Audiology and Cognitive psychology. Her Odor research focuses on subjects like NIH Toolbox, which are linked to Odor identification. Pamela Dalton has included themes like External nose and Cell biology in her Olfaction study.
Her research in Olfactory system intersects with topics in Nasal cavity and Inflammation, Proinflammatory cytokine, Chemokine, Immunology. Her study explores the link between Audiology and topics such as Chemesthesis that cross with problems in Psychophysics. The concepts of her Cognitive psychology study are interwoven with issues in Flavor and Cognition.
Pamela Dalton focuses on Olfaction, Anosmia, Taste, Parosmia and Chemesthesis. She interconnects Proteome, Age related and Cell biology in the investigation of issues within Olfaction. Her Anosmia investigation overlaps with other areas such as Audiology and Perception.
In most of her Taste studies, her work intersects topics such as Young adult.
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Evaluating the ‘Labeled Magnitude Scale’ for Measuring Sensations of Taste and Smell
Barry G. Green;Pamela Dalton;Beverly Cowart;Greg Shaffer.
Chemical Senses (1996)
The merging of the senses: integration of subthreshold taste and smell
P. Dalton;N. Doolittle;H. Nagata;P.A.S. Breslin.
Nature Neuroscience (2000)
Effect of Anatomy on Human Nasal Air Flow and Odorant Transport Patterns: Implications for Olfaction
Kai Zhao;Peter W. Scherer;Shoreh A. Hajiloo;Pamela Dalton.
Chemical Senses (2004)
Psychophysical and Behavioral Characteristics of Olfactory Adaptation
Chemical Senses (2000)
Gender-specific induction of enhanced sensitivity to odors.
Pamela Dalton;Nadine Doolittle;Paul A.S. Breslin.
Nature Neuroscience (2002)
Odor perception and beliefs about risk.
Chemical Senses (1996)
The influence of cognitive bias on the perceived odor, irritation and health symptoms from chemical exposure
P. Dalton;Charles J. Wysocki;Michael J. Brody;Henry J. Lawley.
International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health (1997)
Numerical modeling of turbulent and laminar airflow and odorant transport during sniffing in the human and rat nose
Kai Zhao;Pamela Dalton;Geoffery C. Yang;Peter W. Scherer.
Chemical Senses (2006)
The nature and duration of adaptation following long-term odor exposure
Pamela Dalton;Charles J. Wysocki.
Attention Perception & Psychophysics (1996)
Assessment of upper respiratory tract and ocular irritative effects of volatile chemicals in humans.
Richard L Doty;J Enrique Cometto-Muñiz;Alfredo A Jalowayski;Pamela Dalton.
Critical Reviews in Toxicology (2004)
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