Carlos Velasco
Carlos Velasco
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TitleCited byYear
Predictive packaging design: Tasting shapes, typefaces, names, and sounds
C Velasco, A Salgado-Montejo, F Marmolejo-Ramos, C Spence
Food Quality and Preference 34, 88-95, 2014
1372014
Using combined eye tracking and word association in order to assess novel packaging solutions: A case study involving jam jars
B Piqueras-Fiszman, C Velasco, A Salgado-Montejo, C Spence
Food Quality and Preference 28 (1), 328-338, 2013
1052013
Conducting perception research over the internet: a tutorial review
AT Woods, C Velasco, CA Levitan, X Wan, C Spence
PeerJ 3, e1058, 2015
1032015
Crossmodal correspondences between taste and shape, and their implications for product packaging: A review
C Velasco, AT Woods, O Petit, AD Cheok, C Spence
Food Quality and Preference 52, 17-26, 2016
942016
Hedonic mediation of the crossmodal correspondence between taste and shape
C Velasco, AT Woods, O Deroy, C Spence
Food Quality and Preference 41, 151-158, 2015
782015
On tasty colours and colourful tastes? Assessing, explaining, and utilizing crossmodal correspondences between colours and basic tastes
C Spence, X Wan, A Woods, C Velasco, J Deng, J Youssef, O Deroy
Flavour 4 (1), 23, 2015
742015
Cross-cultural differences in crossmodal correspondences between basic tastes and visual features
X Wan, AT Woods, JJF van den Bosch, KJ McKenzie, C Velasco, ...
Frontiers in psychology 5, 1365, 2014
742014
A taste of Kandinsky: assessing the influence of the artistic visual presentation of food on the dining experience
C Michel, C Velasco, E Gatti, C Spence
Flavour 3 (1), 7, 2014
712014
A large sample study on the influence of the multisensory environment on the wine drinking experience
C Spence, C Velasco, K Knoeferle
Flavour 3 (1), 8, 2014
692014
Exploring implicit and explicit crossmodal colour–flavour correspondences in product packaging
B Piqueras-Fiszman, C Velasco, C Spence
Food Quality and Preference 25 (2), 148-155, 2012
682012
Assessing the influence of the multisensory environment on the whisky drinking experience
C Velasco, R Jones, S King, C Spence
Flavour 2 (1), 23, 2013
582013
Temporal, affective, and embodied characteristics of taste experiences: A framework for design
M Obrist, R Comber, S Subramanian, B Piqueras-Fiszman, C Velasco, ...
Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems …, 2014
542014
The taste of typeface
C Velasco, AT Woods, S Hyndman, C Spence
i-Perception 6 (4), 2041669515593040, 2015
532015
Assessing crossmodal correspondences in exotic fruit juices: The case of shape and sound symbolism
MK Ngo, C Velasco, A Salgado, E Boehm, D O’Neill, C Spence
Food quality and preference 28 (1), 361-369, 2013
452013
Digitizing the chemical senses: Possibilities & pitfalls
C Spence, M Obrist, C Velasco, N Ranasinghe
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 107, 62-74, 2017
432017
Colour–taste correspondences: Designing food experiences to meet expectations or to surprise
C Velasco, C Michel, J Youssef, X Gamez, AD Cheok, C Spence
International Journal of Food Design 1 (2), 83-102, 2016
392016
Studying the impact of plating on ratings of the food served in a naturalistic dining context
C Michel, C Velasco, P Fraemohs, C Spence
Appetite 90, 45-50, 2015
392015
Looking for crossmodal correspondences between classical music and fine wine
C Spence, L Richards, E Kjellin, AM Huhnt, V Daskal, A Scheybeler, ...
Flavour 2 (1), 29, 2013
38*2013
The sweetest thing: The influence of angularity, symmetry, and the number of elements on shape-valence and shape-taste matches
A Salgado Montejo, JA Alvarado, C Velasco, CJ Salgado, K Hasse, ...
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 1382, 2015
372015
Not just seeing, but also feeling art: Mid-air haptic experiences integrated in a multisensory art exhibition
CT Vi, D Ablart, E Gatti, C Velasco, M Obrist
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 108, 1-14, 2017
352017
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