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Workshop 6 - Using CATA questions for sensory profiling: Do's and don'ts
Thursday 15 August, 09:00-11:00
Queluz – First Lower Floor
Chair: G. Ares
[W6Overview]
Using CATA questions for sensory profiling: Do's and don'ts
G. Ares*1, S.R. Jaeger2
1Universidad de la República, Uruguay, 2The New Zealand Institute for Plant & Food Research Ltd, New Zealand
[W6.1]
How do consumers visually process CATA questions? Implications for question design
G. Ares*1, E. Etchemendy1, L. Antúnez1, L. Vidal1, A. Giménez1, S.R. Jaeger21
1Universidad de la República, Uruguay, 2The New Zealand Institute for Plant & Food Research Ltd, New Zealand
[W6.2]
How can bias introduced by the layout of a CATA question be mitigated?
P. Varela
Instituto de Agroquímica y Tecnología de Alimentos (CSIC), Spain
[W6.3]
Existing and new approaches for analysing data from check all that apply questions
M. Meyners1, B.T. Carr2, J.C. Castura*3
1Procter & Gamble Service GmbH, Germany, 2Carr Consulting, USA, 3Compusense, Canada
[W6.4]
Do CATA questions bias overall liking ratings?
D. Giacalone
University of Copenhagen, Denmark
[W6.5]
A CATA penalty (reward) analysis against consumer benefits for product guidance
D. Plaehn, G. Stucky, D. Lundahl*
InsightsNow, USA
[W6.6]
Developments in applicability and CATA scoring
J.M. Ennis*, D.M. Ennis
The Institute for Perception, USA