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Talk: Workshop on Combinatorial Tools in Sensory and Consumer Science

Presented at the 2011 Pangborn Symposium in Toronto, Canada. Colleagues can download the full presentation here: Workshop on Combinatorial Tools in Sensory and Consumer Science Not a Colleague? Click here to join for free!

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Poster: Too Much or Too Little: Why Ignoring Satiety Can Result in Misleading Mapping Results

Presented at the 2011 Pangborn Symposium in Toronto, Canada. Colleagues can download the poster here: Too Much or Too Little: Why Ignoring Satiety Can Result in Misleading Mapping Results Not a Colleague? Click here to join for free!

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Poster: Establishing Identicality Norms for No Preference Data

Presented at the 2011 Pangborn Symposium in Toronto, Canada. Colleagues can download the poster here: Establishing Identicality Norms for No Preference Data Not a Colleague? Click here to join for free!

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Poster: Searching for a Single Grain of Sand: How to Find Optimal Combinations of Features or Components

Presented at the 2011 Pangborn Symposium in Toronto, Canada. Colleagues can download the poster here: Searching for a Single Grain of Sand: How to Find Optimal  Combinations of Features or Components Not a Colleague? Click here to join for free!

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Talk: Using Thurstonian Predictions and Experimental Data to Investigate the Optimal Category Scale Structure for the Degree of Difference Protocol

Presented at the 2011 Pangborn Symposium in Toronto, Canada. Colleagues can download the full presentation here: Using Thurstonian Predictions and Experimental Data to Investigate the Optimal Category Scale Structure for the Degree of Difference Protocol Not a Colleague? Click here to join for free!

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Poster: Measuring Product Similarities: Are Two Indices, R-Index and d’, Interchangeable?

Presented at the 2011 IFT Meeting in New Orleans, LA Colleagues can download the poster here: Measuring Product Similarities: Are Two Indices, R-Index and d', Interchangeable? Not a Colleague? Click here to join for free!

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Talk: Searching for a Single Grain of Sand: Finding Most Compatible Combinations of Ingredients, Flavors or Components

Presented in May 2011 at OP&P Product Research in Utrecht, The Netherlands Colleagues can download the full presentation here: Searching for a Single Grain of Sand: Finding Most Compatible Combinations of Ingredients, Flavors or Components Not a Colleague? Click here to join for free!

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Talk: A Unifying Framework for Product and Concept Testing

Presented in May 2011 at OP&P Product Research in Utrecht, The Netherlands Colleagues can download the full presentation here: A Unifying Framework for Product and Concept Testing Not a Colleague? Click here to join for free!

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Talk: An Advanced Tool to Optimize Product Characteristics and to Study Population Segmentation

Presented in May 2011 at OP&P Product Research in Utrecht, The Netherlands Colleagues can download the full presentation here: An Advanced Tool to Optimize Product Characteristics and to Study Population Segmentation Not a Colleague? Click here to join for free!

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Talk: Busting the Myth that the Power of the 3-AFC over the Triangle comes from Attribute Awareness

Presented at the Spring 2011 ASTM Meeting in Anaheim, CA Colleagues can download the full presentation here: Busting the Myth that the Power of the 3-AFC over the Triangle comes from Attribute Awareness Not a Colleague? Click here to join for free!

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