‘Sonic Seasoning’ Can Enhance Your Eating Experiences

‘Sonic Seasoning’ Can Enhance Your Eating Experiences

Experimental psychology project from Professor Charles Spence uncovers scientific links between musical and culinary experiences

Plus Aziz
  • 15 june 2015

At its roots, Sonic Seasoning is based on the concept of sensation transference. In this case, we are being shown exactly how sound and music influences our eating experiences. The University of Oxford supports a robust program on the future of food. It is there that experimental psychologist Professor Charles Spence studies the relationship of food and music.

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