John C. Castura
John C. Castura
Compusense Inc.
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Existing and new approaches for the analysis of CATA data
M Meyners, JC Castura, BT Carr
Food Quality and Preference 30 (2), 309-319, 2013
2562013
Temporal Check-All-That-Apply (TCATA): A novel dynamic method for characterizing products
JC Castura, L Antúnez, A Giménez, G Ares
Food Quality and Preference 47, 79-90, 2016
1542016
Check-all-that apply questions
M Meyners, JC Castura
Novel Techniques in Sensory Characterization and Consumer Profiling, 2014
1022014
Comparison of TCATA and TDS for dynamic sensory characterization of food products
G Ares, SR Jaeger, L Antúnez, L Vidal, A Giménez, B Coste, A Picallo, ...
Food Research International 78, 148-158, 2015
852015
Sugar reduction in probiotic chocolate-flavored milk: Impact on dynamic sensory profile and liking
D Oliveira, L Antúnez, A Giménez, JC Castura, R Deliza, G Ares
Food Research International 75, 148-156, 2015
792015
Dynamic profiling of different ready-to-drink fermented dairy products: A comparative study using Temporal Check-All-That-Apply (TCATA), Temporal Dominance of Sensations (TDS …
EA Esmerino, JC Castura, JP Ferraz, ER Tavares Filho, R Silva, AG Cruz, ...
Food Research International 101, 249-258, 2017
562017
Randomization of CATA attributes: Should attribute lists be allocated to assessors or to samples?
M Meyners, JC Castura
Food Quality and Preference 48, 210-215, 2016
522016
Feedback calibration: A training method for descriptive panels
CJ Findlay, JC Castura, I Lesschaeve
Food Quality and Preference 18 (2), 321-328, 2007
492007
Use of feedback calibration to reduce the training time for wine panels
CJ Findlay, JC Castura, P Schlich, I Lesschaeve
Food Quality and Preference 17 (3-4), 266-276, 2006
482006
Comparison of two TCATA variants for dynamic sensory characterization of food products
G Ares, JC Castura, L Antúnez, L Vidal, A Giménez, B Coste, A Picallo, ...
Food Quality and Preference 54, 160-172, 2016
472016
Dynamic sensory characterization of cosmetic creams during application using Temporal Check-All-That-Apply (TCATA) questions
L Boinbaser, ME Parente, JC Castura, G Ares
Food Quality and Preference 45, 33-40, 2015
382015
Perception of carbonation in sparkling wines using descriptive analysis (DA) and temporal check-all-that-apply (TCATA)
KM McMahon, C Culver, JC Castura, CF Ross
Food Quality and Preference 59, 14-26, 2017
342017
Identification of drivers of (dis) liking based on dynamic sensory profiles: Comparison of Temporal Dominance of Sensations and Temporal Check-all-that-apply
G Ares, F Alcaire, L Antúnez, L Vidal, A Giménez, JC Castura
Food Research International 92, 79-87, 2017
342017
Temporal check‐all‐that‐apply characterization of Syrah wine
AK Baker, JC Castura, CF Ross
Journal of food science 81 (6), S1521-S1529, 2016
322016
Characterizing dynamic sensory properties of nutritive and nonnutritive sweeteners with temporal check‐all‐that‐apply
MM Reyes, JC Castura, JE Hayes
Journal of sensory studies 32 (3), e12270, 2017
262017
Does a familiarization step influence results from a TCATA task?
SR Jaeger, MK Beresford, DC Hunter, F Alcaire, JC Castura, G Ares
Food Quality and Preference 55, 91-97, 2017
262017
What is dominance? An exploration of the concept in TDS tests with trained assessors and consumers
P Varela, L Antúnez, M Carlehög, F Alcaire, JC Castura, I Berget, ...
Food Quality and Preference 64, 72-81, 2018
252018
The analysis of temporal check-all-that-apply (TCATA) data
M Meyners, JC Castura
Food Quality and Preference 67, 67-76, 2018
212018
Comparison of static and dynamic sensory product characterizations based on check-all-that-apply questions with consumers
F Alcaire, L Antúnez, L Vidal, S Zorn, A Giménez, JC Castura, G Ares
Food Research International 97, 215-222, 2017
212017
Using TDS dyads and other dominance sequences to characterize products and investigate liking changes
JC Castura, M Li
Food Quality and Preference 47, 109-121, 2016
172016
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