Signals from the receptors travel up to the olfactory bulb, a Q-tip-like structure roughly above the eyes. It works the same as taste, you can sometimes imagine and almost taste something like chocolate that you are familiar with.
And probably lots of the ingredients are domestic - the country itself cultivates them for the wine?
It hits the amygdala, for example, which handles emotions, and the hippocampus, which is memory- and emotion-oriented. What I read was that the sense of smell is extremely powerful and more closely linked to memories than any other sense.
In a way i admire so so much to male perfumers who make great female scents!! I can't sing well and don't have a huge library of sounds.
Perhaps it would be beneificial though to create a palace of primary smells, and then in one room make it the citrus fruit room say. Rather than visiting the thalamic relay station on its journey into the brain, smell information travels directly to the major site of processing — the olfactory bulb — with nothing in between.
Make notes; and smell again, and again. I think it is a mechanism of defence; you can remember the bad stuff, the stuff that might do you harm more easily than the good. Could this be part of the reason why smells are both hard to put into words, but also able to trigger deeply hidden memories? Now that I think about it, my gf and friends always think I'm being overly descriptive when I want to put something across to them, almost like some cheesy poet.
Several weeks later when you return home, you find the wine in your local market. I can personally recall taste for sure. But there are also connections from the olfactory bulb directly to the amygdala, an area that is relevant to emotions and salience, and the hippocampus, which is involved in memory. I don't know if our brain can recreate smells as well as it does sounds and images, but certainly, it can identify and distinguish dozens, if not hundreds, of smells when exposed to them.
No special jobs or training. One piece of information I think is missing: Somatosensory and auditory cortex are also decently large.
But to do so one has to exposed to the materials - and these learning kits can be expensive. My long term memory is great and I remember focusing on the smell and taste of things from. Loving perfume on the Internet since 2000.
It's these post-processing mechanisms that are utilized to create imagined sense data. Are you just the young age as appears in your avatar? Future Menu. The same way you can remember something happening without really feeling like you are there experiencing it again.
Soon after each mother started feeding her baby cereal — but before the youngster had ever been offered carrots — the baby was offered cereal made with water and with carrot juice, in two different sessions.
Oh, I also have memory of touch and how things feel..