Blind people gain an enhanced sense of smell to compensate for the lost sense, right? Right? Wrong. It turns out that it’s a total myth. Avery Gilbert, a scent psychologist, takes a critical look at some of the widely circulated myths surrounding our less understood sense of smell.
More videos from this series: Scents and Sensibilities
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