This is a photo of a new program to bring sensory and perceptual science into the classroom now connects scientists and teachers to better learn about and teach perceptual psychology.

Through the support of the APS Fund for Teaching and Public Understanding of Psychological Science, a new program to bring sensory and perceptual science into the classroom now connects scientists and teachers to better learn about and teach perceptual psychology. The Developing a Taste for Perceptual Psychology website (www.tasteofchemistry.org) provides a virtual venue for data collection and analysis and gives teachers and students alike an opportunity to use a fun and informative teaching module, to explore the most recent knowledge in chemosensory psychology, and to share data with other teachers and students.

Through the support of the APS Fund for
Teaching and Public Understanding of
Psychological Science, a new program to
bring sensory and perceptual science into
the classroom now connects scientists and
teachers to better learn about and teach
perceptual psychology. The Developing a
Taste for Perceptual Psychology website
(www.tasteofchemistry.org) provides
a virtual venue for data collection and
analysis and gives teachers and students
alike an opportunity to use a fun and
informative teaching module, to explore the
most recent knowledge in chemosensory
psychology, and to share data with other
teachers and students.

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