2 articles published in JoVE
Olfactory Context Dependent Memory: Direct Presentation of Odorants Ryan P.M. Hackländer1, Christina Bermeitinger1 1Institut für Psychologie, Universität Hildesheim The use of an olfactometer for directly presenting odorants opens exciting opportunities for researchers of olfactory memory. The current paper discusses issues related to this methodology as related to a previously published experiment on olfactory context dependent memory.
The Social Dimension of Stress: Experimental Manipulations of Social Support and Social Identity in the Trier Social Stress Test Johanna U. Frisch1, Jan A. Häusser1, Rolf van Dick2, Andreas Mojzisch1 1Institute of Psychology, University of Hildesheim, 2Department of Psychology and Sports Science and Center for Leadership and Behavior in Organizations, Goethe-University Frankfurt Previous research on the social dimension of stress has focused on two important variables: social identity and social support. This protocol introduces an effective experimental manipulation of these two social variables and describes their implementation in a standard stress induction paradigm (Trier Social Stress Test).