Our perception of food depends on various senses, not just on taste. One might say that the pleasure we get from a good meal is in the brain – which is part of this multi-sensory experience – and not in the mouth. In this conference, neuroscientist Carlos Ribeiro, who studies the neural circuits of eating behaviour, talks with Chef José Avillez about how we experience food.
Conference with live streaming via Facebook
Dialogue cycle under the exhibit “Brain – Wider than the Sky“
Carlos Ribeiro, Champalimaud Research, Portugal
José Avilez, Chef, Portugal
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