Qian (Janice) Wang
Qian (Janice) Wang
Department of Experimental Psychology, Oxford University
Verified email at psy.ox.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
The influence of soundscapes on the perception and evaluation of beers
FR Carvalho, QJ Wang, R Van Ee, C Spence
Food Quality and Preference 52, 32-41, 2016
412016
The influence of soundscapes on the perception and evaluation of beers
FR Carvalho, QJ Wang, R Van Ee, C Spence
Food quality and preference 52, 32-41, 2016
412016
Sensory expectations elicited by the sounds of opening the packaging and pouring a beverage
C Spence, QJ Wang
Flavour 4 (1), 35, 2015
292015
“Turn up the taste”: assessing the role of taste intensity and emotion in mediating crossmodal correspondences between basic tastes and pitch
QJ Wang, S Wang, C Spence
Chemical senses 41 (4), 345-356, 2016
282016
‘Striking a Sour Note’: Assessing the Influence of Consonant and Dissonant Music on Taste Perception
QJ Wang, C Spence
Multisensory Research 29 (1-3), 195-208, 2016
212016
Wine and music (II): can you taste the music? Modulating the experience of wine through music and sound
C Spence, QJ Wang
Flavour 4 (1), 33, 2015
212015
“Smooth operator”: Music modulates the perceived creaminess, sweetness, and bitterness of chocolate
FR Carvalho, QJ Wang, R van Ee, D Persoone, C Spence
Appetite 108, 383-390, 2017
202017
“Smooth operator”: Music modulates the perceived creaminess, sweetness, and bitterness of chocolate
FR Carvalho, QJ Wang, R van Ee, D Persoone, C Spence
Appetite 108, 383-390, 2017
202017
Assessing the Effect of Musical Congruency on Wine Tasting in a Live Performance Setting
QJ Wang, C Spence
i-Perception 6 (3), 2041669515593027, 2015
202015
“What’s your taste in music?” A comparison of the effectiveness of various soundscapes in evoking specific tastes
QJ Wang, AT Woods, C Spence
i-Perception 6 (6), 2041669515622001, 2015
192015
Sounds spicy: Enhancing the evaluation of piquancy by means of a customised crossmodally congruent soundtrack
QJ Wang, S Keller, C Spence
Food Quality and Preference 58, 1-9, 2017
182017
Wine and music (I): on the crossmodal matching of wine and music
C Spence, QJ Wang
Flavour 4 (1), 34, 2015
152015
Wine and music (III): so what if music influences the taste of the wine?
C Spence, QJ Wang
Flavour 4 (1), 36, 2015
112015
Pairing flavours and the temporal order of tasting
C Spence, QJ Wang, J Youssef
Flavour 6 (1), 4, 2017
82017
Wine complexity: An empirical investigation
QJ Wang, C Spence
Food Quality and Preference 68, 238-244, 2018
72018
Assessing the Impact of Closure Type on Wine Ratings and Mood
C Spence, QJ Wang
Beverages 3 (4), 52, 2017
72017
The Role of Pitch and Tempo in Sound-Temperature Crossmodal Correspondences
QJ Wang, C Spence
Multisensory Research 30 (3-5), 307-320, 2017
72017
Assessing the Influence of the Multisensory Atmosphere on the Taste of Vodka
QJ Wang, C Spence
Beverages 1 (3), 204-217, 2015
72015
On the meaning (s) of perceived complexity in the chemical senses
C Spence, QJ Wang
Chemical senses 43 (7), 451-461, 2018
62018
“A sweet smile”: the modulatory role of emotion in how extrinsic factors influence taste evaluation
Q Wang, C Spence
Cognition and Emotion 32 (5), 1052-1061, 2018
62018
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