Olfactory aversive procedures have been used effectively in recent years in thetreatment of various types of deviant behaviors. This paper describes the development of a new olfactory apparatus which can deliver a wide variety of noxious (or pleasant) aromas in a standardized manner. The instrument provides a high degree of control over duration, concentration (ppm in air), and varieties of UCS exposure and thus lends itself well to replicative studies.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Clinical Psychology