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- Anosmia - lack of ability to smell
- Cacosmia - Neurological disorder in which normally pleasant smells are perceived as disgusting.
- Hyposmia - decreased ability to smell
- Phantosmia - "hallucinated smell", often unpleasant in nature
- Dysosmia - things smell differently than they should
- Hyperosmia - an abnormally acute sense of smell
- Olfactory reference syndrome
- Alzheimer’s disease and olfaction
- Bromidrophobia or bromidrosiphobia is the fear or phobia of body odor.
- Odour hallucinations
- Olfactory perception
- Olfactory thresholds
- Olfactory nerve diseases
- ↑ Hirsch, Alan R. (2003) Life's a Smelling Success
- Eskenazi, B., Cain, W.S., Novelly, R.A. and Friend, K. (1983) Olfactory functioning in temporal lobectomy patients. Neuropsychologia, 21, 365–374.
- Eskenazi, B., Cain, W.S. and Friend, K. (1986) Olfactory functioning in temporal lobectomy patients. Neuropsychologia, 24, 553–562.