Psycomedia Episode 25 – Multi-Spencery Integration

Psycomedia Episode 25 – Multi-Spencery Integration

The psychology of puns:

The other people who use the horrendous phrase Back-Feeding, who are also a similar podcast on iTunes so you guys probably already know about them: http://familyhotdog.com/

Korpiklaani’s Vodka:

Alestorm’s Wenches and Mead:

Heston Blumenthal’s Bacon and Eggs Ice Cream:

Our new cocktail:

http://drinkify.org/Conclusive%20Proof%20That%20There%20Is%20Still%20Beauty%20in%20the%20World

Suggestions for others in the comments please!

The four songs used by North:

  • Powerful and Heavy – Carmina Burana – Orff –
  • Subtle and Refined – Waltz of the Flowers – Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker –
  • Zingy and Refreshing – Just Can’t Get Enough – Nouvelle Vague –
  • Mellow and Soft – Slow Breakdown – Michael Brook –

References

Brochet, F., & Dubourdieu, D. (2001). Wine descriptive language supports cognitive specificity of chemical senses Brain and Language, 77(2), 187-196. doi:10.1006/brln.2000.2428

North, A. C. (2011; 2011). The effect of background music on the taste of wine British Journal of Psychology, , no <last_page> no. doi:10.1111/j.2044-8295.2011.02072.x

ZAMPINI, M., & SPENCE, C. (2004). THE ROLE OF AUDITORY CUES IN MODULATING THE PERCEIVED CRISPNESS AND STALENESS OF POTATO CHIPS Journal of Sensory Studies, 19(5), 347 <last_page> 363. doi:10.1111/j.1745-459x.2004.080403.x

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