An objective numerical method of assessing reliability of time intensity panellists

Sara King/ October 15, 1995/ Peer-reviewed Paper/ 0 comments

A measure of the reliability (T-IR) of time-intensity measurements was developed based on the concept of standard deviation as a measure of panellist variability. The T-IR measure was applied to time-intensity data collected from 10 panellists evaluating the sweetness of 4 model sweetener solutions on horizontal and vertical time-intensity line orientations.

Dual vs. single attribute time-intensity: what can multitasking do for you?

Sara King/ July 30, 1995/ Poster/ 0 comments

Dual-attribute time-intensity is a new technique for evaluating the perception of two sensory attributes simultaneously. In this research, the sensitivity of dual-attribute time intensity was assessed in comparison to the single-attribute time intensity test for the evaluation for sweetness and peppermint flavor. Ten trained time-intensity panellists evaluated the peppermint flavored chewing gum samples varying in the intensity of release of

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The effect of line orientation on the recording of time-intensity perception of sweetener solutions

Sara King/ February 15, 1995/ Peer-reviewed Paper/ 0 comments

A trained time-intensity panel was used to evaluate the effect of scale orientation on time-intensity responses. Equi-sweet samples of aspartame, acesulfame k, sucralose and 9% sucralose were presented to 10 panellists for evaluation on both horizontal and vertical scales. For the most part, horizontal and vertical scales yielded similar results. However, Maximum Intensity responses on the vertical scale were approximately

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