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2012

Lorig, T.S. (2012). Beyond 2012 self-report: Brain imaging at the threshold of odeor perception. Chemosensory Perception, in press.  

Small, D. & Lorig, T.S. (2012). Introduction to this special issue. Chemosensory Perception, in press.  

2011

Lorig, T.S. (2011). The effects of expectation and context on odor perception. A whitepaper prepared for the Sense of Smell Institute, NY

2010

Lorig, T.S. (2010). The perception of odours.  In Roberts, David (Ed.) Signals and Perception: The fundamentals of human sensation, 2nd edition. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.  

2009

Lorig, T. (2009). Respiration. In Sander, D. & Scherer, K. (ed.) Oxford companion to emotion and the affective sciences. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, pp. 343-344. 

Lorig, T.S. (2009). Introduction to this special issue. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 73, 1-2.

Lorig,T.S. (2009). What was the question? fMRI and inference in psychophysiology. International Journal of  Psychophysiology, 73, 17-21.

 

2008

Elmes, D.G. & Lorig,T.S. (2008). Adequacy of control conditions in olfactory experiments. Chemosensory Perception, 1, 247-252.

 

2006

Lorig, T.S., *Rigdon, M., & *Poor, A. (2006). Temporal pattern of odor administration alters hemispheric processing in humans. Neuroreport, 17, 231-234.

Ito, T.A., *Chiao, K.W., Devine, P.G., Lorig, T.S. & Cacioppo, J.T. (2006). The influence of facial feedback on race bias. Psychological Science. 17, 256-261.

 

2005

Lorig, T.S., *Malin, E.L., & *Horwitz, J.E. (2005). Odor mixture alters neural resources during symbolic problem solving. Biological Psychology, 69, 205-216.

 

2003

Uffelman, E.S., Cox, E.H., Goehring, J.B., Lorig, T.S, & Davis, C.M. (2003). A NMR-smell Module for the first Semester General Chemistry Laboratory.  Journal of Chemical Education, 80, 1368.

Cacioppo, J.T. Berntson, G.G., Lorig, T.S., *Norris, C,J., *Ricket, E., & Nusbaum, H. (2003). Just because you are imaging the brain doesn't mean you can stop using your head: A primer and first set of principles. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 85, 650-661.

 

2000

Lorig, T. & Radil, T. (2000), Interstimulus interval duration influences olfactory event-related potentials. Homeostasis, 40, 30-31.

Schiffman, S., Walker, J., Dalton, P., Lorig, T., Raymer, J.H., Shusterman, D.,& Williams, M.  (2000). Potential health effects of odors from animal operations, wastewater treatment, and recycling of byproducts.  Journal of Agromedicine, 7, 7-81.

Lorig, T. S. (2000). An introduction to this special issue. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 36, 89-90.

Lorig, T. S. (2000). The application of electroencephalographic techniques to olfaction research: A review and tutorial. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 36, 91-103.

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1999

Lorig,T.S., Elmes, D.G., Zald, D.H. & Pardo, J.V. (1999). A computer-controlled olfactometer for fMRI and electrophysiological studies of olfaction. Behavior Research Methods, Instruments & Computers, 31,370-375.

Lorig, T.S. (1999). On the similarity of odor and language processing. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 23, 391-398.

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Selected Others

Lorig,T.S., *Matia, D.C., *Peszka, J.J., & *Bryant, D.N. (1996). The effects of active and passive stimulation on chemosensory event-related potentials. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 23, 199-205.

Lorig, T.S. (1995). Spatio-temporal display of event-related potential data in three dimensions. Brain Topography, 8, 3-6.

Evans, W.J., Kobal, G., Lorig, T. S., & Prah, J. (1993). Suggestions for collection and reporting of chemosensory (olfactory) event-related potentials. Chemical Senses, 18, 751-756.

Lorig, T.S., *Huffman, E., *DeMartino, A., & *DeMarco, J. (1991).  The effects of low concentration odors on EEG activity and behavior. Journal of Psychophysiology, 5, 69-77.

Lorig, T.S. (1989).  Human EEG and odor response.  Progress in Neurobiology, 33, 387-398.

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