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They were aiming for the gustatory cortex — the part of the brain that processes taste.
The gustatory cortex is located just above and a little in front of your ears.
For the sense of sight cannot perceive taste, nor can color be apprehended by the gustatory sense.
Other senses tend to associate themselves with the chromatic sense, for example, the stereognostic and gustatory senses.
The only motive for the act, on the part of the original “friends” is friendship, and the gustatory joy of the wedding feast.
VILLAGE LIFE IN CHINAARTHUR H. SMITH
It is in these sensitive papill that the ramifications of the gustatory or tasting nerves terminate.
Thus, a patient's horror of poison may have its first origin in some subjective gustatory sensation.
ILLUSIONSJAMES SULLY
They become transformed at once into visual, instead of into olfactory or gustatory percepts.
ILLUSIONSJAMES SULLY
The criminal women also showed a larger proportion of gustatory obtuseness than the normal women.
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The defect in gustatory acuteness seemed to him generally to be rather of a qualitative than quantitative character.
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