Skin-picking disorder study of the department of Clinical Psychology in ORF
A report in "Bundesland Heute" about the upcoming study in 2016.
The department is still looking for volunteers to participate in neuroimaging experiments.
We wrinkle our noses, back off, avert our eyes, when we feel disgusted by something. Our ability to sense disgust is inborn, but we first have to learn what to sense disgust of. What exactly is disgust?
Yucky! Every language has a spontaneous cry for something disgusting (Schienle)
Only in southern Germany people think that cooked oxen lips are delicious.
Insects as food? (Schienle)
Caramelized mealworms on winter salad, steppe crickets with vegetable curry and desert locusts coated with chocolate: "Einstein" moderator Nicole Ulrich and a chef specialized on insects as food are going to cook - and maybe eat - this yummy Christmas dinner. Can we learn to overcome our distaste for such dishes?