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How ‘thick’ is a soup?

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According to University of Amsterdam, to be able to experience a wide range of impulses, our senses use ‘logarithmic perception’: a large increase in the impulse only leads to a small increase in what our brain perceives. A group of researchers from the University of Amsterdam, Unilever, and Wageningen University & Research now shows that this effect does not only hold for our ears and eyes, but also for the perceived thickness of liquid foods.…

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How ‘thick’ is a soup?

1 min read

According to University of Amsterdam, to be able to experience a wide range of impulses, our senses use ‘logarithmic perception’: a large increase in the impulse only leads to a small increase in what our brain perceives. A group of researchers from the University of Amsterdam, Unilever, and Wageningen University & Research now shows that…