Program  Titles  Presenters  Topics 
Oral Session 10 - Sensometrics
Wednesday 14 August, 14:00-16:00
Versailles I & II – Ground Floor
[O10.1]
Assessment of global and individual reproducibility of projective mapping with consumers
L. Vidal*1, S. Correa2, R.A. Ábalos2, B. Gómez2, G. Ares1
1Universidad de la República, Uruguay, 2Universidad Nacional de Entre Ríos, Argentina
[O10.2]
Using generalizability theory to assess and improve the quality of sensory descriptive data
A.J.J. Verhoef, G. Huijberts, W. Vaessen*
Essensor, The Netherlands
[O10.3]
Sensory informed design: An effective clustering of incomplete block consumer data
C.J. Findlay*1, R.P. Browne2, P.D. McNicholas2, J.C. Castura1
1Compusense Inc., Canada, 2University of Guelph, Canada
[O10.4]
Displacement of judgments due to anchoring on expectations: A psychometric model
J. Scholderer*, B.T. Sørensen
Aarhus University, Denmark
[O10.5]
Alternative methods for combining information about products, consumers and consumers' acceptance based on path modelling
E. Menichelli*1,2, M. Hersleth1,2, T. Almøy2, T. Næs1,3
1Nofima AS, Norway, 2The Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Norway, 3University of Copenhagen, Denmark
[O10.6]
Principal component analysis versus canonical variate analysis for the analysis of sensory profiles. Meta-analysis of 387 sensory datasets
C. Peltier*1,2, M. Visalli1, P. Schlich1
1INRA, CSGA (UMR 1324), France, 2Université de Bourgogne, France