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Rapid sensory profiling techniques and related methods : applications in new product development and consumer research / edited by Julien Delarue, J. Ben Lawlor and Michel Rogeaux.

Contributor(s): Delarue, Julien [ed.] | Lawlor, J. Ben [ed.] | Rogeaux, Michel [ed.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Woodhead Publishing series in food science, technology and nutrition; 274. Publisher: Amsterdam : Elsevier/Woodhead Pub., 2015Description: xxviii, 555 p. : ill., charts, photos. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9780081013328 (print); 9781782422587 (online).Subject(s): Food -- Sensory evaluation | Food -- Sensory evaluation -- Case studies | Marketing research | Consumers -- Research | New products | Commercial products -- Testing | Perrotis College -- Master of science degreeDDC classification: RES 664.072
Contents:
PART ONE. Evolution of the Methods Used for Sensory Profiling : 1. The use of rapid sensory methods in R&D and research: an introduction / J. Delarue. - - 2. Alternative methods of sensory testing: advantages and disadvantages / H. Stone. - - 3. Measuring sensory perception in relation to consumer behavior / J.E. Hayes. - - 4. Insights into measuring emotional response in sensory and consumer research / M. Ng, J. Hort. - - 5. Expedited procedures for conceptual profiling of brands, products and packaging / D.M.H. Thomson.
PART TWO. Rapid Methods for Sensory Profiling : 6. Flash Profile, its evolution and uses in sensory and consumer science / J. Delarue. - - 7. Free sorting as a sensory profiling technique for product development / P. Courcoux, E.M. Qannari, P. Faye. - - 8. Free multiple sorting as a sensory profiling technique / C. Dehlholm. - - 9. Napping and sorted Napping as a sensory profiling technique / S. Le, T.M. Le, M. Cadoret. - - 10. Polarized sensory positioning (PSP) as a sensory profiling technique / E. Teillet. - - 11. Check-all-that-apply (CATA) questions with consumers in practice: experimental considerations and impact on outcome / G. Ares, S.R. Jaeger. - - 12. Open-ended questions in sensory testing practice / B. Piqueras-Fiszman. - - 13. Temporal dominance of sensations (TDS) as a sensory profiling technique / N. Pineau, P. Schilch. - - 14. Ideal profiling as a sensory profiling technique / T. Worch, P.H. Punter.
PART THREE. Applications in New Product Development and Consumer Research : 15. Adoption and use of Flash Profiling in daily new product development: a testimonial / C. Petit, E. Vanzeveren. - - 16. Improving team tasting in the food industry / M. Rogeaux. - - 17. Alternative methods of sensory testing: working with chefs, culinary professionals and brew masters / M.B. Frost, D. Giacalone, K.K. Rasmussen. - - 18. Sensory testing with flavourists: challenges and solutions / B. Veinand. - - 19. Projective Flash Profile from experts to consumers: a way to reveal fragrance language / S. Ballay, E. Loescher, G. Gazano. - - 20. Use of rapid sensory methods in automotive industry / D. Blumenthal, N. Herbeth. - - 21. Testing consumer insight using mobile devices: a case study of sensory consumer journey conducted with the help of mobile research / D. Lutsch, R. Moslein, M. Strack, S. Kunze.
PART FOUR. Applications in Sensory Testing with Specific Populations and Methodological Consequences : 22. Sensory testing in new product development: working with children / S. Nicklaus. - - 23. Sensory testing in new product development: working with older people / I. Maitre, R. Symoneaux, C. Sulmont-Rosse. - - 24. Empathy and Experiment: dealing with the algebra of the mind to understand and change food habits / H.R. Moskowitz, M. Reisner, L. Ettinger Lieberman, B. Batalvi, M. Beg.
Summary: Sensory analysis is an important tool in new product development, and there have been significant developments in the methods used to capture the sensory perception of a product. This book provides a comprehensive review of rapid methods for sensory analysis that can be used as an alternative or complement to conventional descriptive methods.
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Παράρτημα της Κεντρικής Βιβλιοθήκης στο Κολέγιο Περρωτής.

Perrotis College - Master degree RES 664.072 Rap c.2 (Browse shelf) Available (Overnight Loan Only) 13020929

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Includes bibliographical references and index.

PART ONE. Evolution of the Methods Used for Sensory Profiling : 1. The use of rapid sensory methods in R&D and research: an introduction / J. Delarue. - - 2. Alternative methods of sensory testing: advantages and disadvantages / H. Stone. - - 3. Measuring sensory perception in relation to consumer behavior / J.E. Hayes. - - 4. Insights into measuring emotional response in sensory and consumer research / M. Ng, J. Hort. - - 5. Expedited procedures for conceptual profiling of brands, products and packaging / D.M.H. Thomson.

PART TWO. Rapid Methods for Sensory Profiling : 6. Flash Profile, its evolution and uses in sensory and consumer science / J. Delarue. - - 7. Free sorting as a sensory profiling technique for product development / P. Courcoux, E.M. Qannari, P. Faye. - - 8. Free multiple sorting as a sensory profiling technique / C. Dehlholm. - - 9. Napping and sorted Napping as a sensory profiling technique / S. Le, T.M. Le, M. Cadoret. - - 10. Polarized sensory positioning (PSP) as a sensory profiling technique / E. Teillet. - - 11. Check-all-that-apply (CATA) questions with consumers in practice: experimental considerations and impact on outcome / G. Ares, S.R. Jaeger. - - 12. Open-ended questions in sensory testing practice / B. Piqueras-Fiszman. - - 13. Temporal dominance of sensations (TDS) as a sensory profiling technique / N. Pineau, P. Schilch. - - 14. Ideal profiling as a sensory profiling technique / T. Worch, P.H. Punter.

PART THREE. Applications in New Product Development and Consumer Research : 15. Adoption and use of Flash Profiling in daily new product development: a testimonial / C. Petit, E. Vanzeveren. - - 16. Improving team tasting in the food industry / M. Rogeaux. - - 17. Alternative methods of sensory testing: working with chefs, culinary professionals and brew masters / M.B. Frost, D. Giacalone, K.K. Rasmussen. - - 18. Sensory testing with flavourists: challenges and solutions / B. Veinand. - - 19. Projective Flash Profile from experts to consumers: a way to reveal fragrance language / S. Ballay, E. Loescher, G. Gazano. - - 20. Use of rapid sensory methods in automotive industry / D. Blumenthal, N. Herbeth. - - 21. Testing consumer insight using mobile devices: a case study of sensory consumer journey conducted with the help of mobile research / D. Lutsch, R. Moslein, M. Strack, S. Kunze.

PART FOUR. Applications in Sensory Testing with Specific Populations and Methodological Consequences : 22. Sensory testing in new product development: working with children / S. Nicklaus. - - 23. Sensory testing in new product development: working with older people / I. Maitre, R. Symoneaux, C. Sulmont-Rosse. - - 24. Empathy and Experiment: dealing with the algebra of the mind to understand and change food habits / H.R. Moskowitz, M. Reisner, L. Ettinger Lieberman, B. Batalvi, M. Beg.

Sensory analysis is an important tool in new product development, and there have been significant developments in the methods used to capture the sensory perception of a product. This book provides a comprehensive review of rapid methods for sensory analysis that can be used as an alternative or complement to conventional descriptive methods.

For R&D managers and product development personnel in the food and other consumer industries, for academic researchers with an interest in the area of sensory perception and for sensory survey and software developers.

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