Published: Jan 1968
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Sensory testing requires special controls of various kinds. If they are not employed, results may be biased or sensitivity may be reduced. Most of these controls depend directly upon, or are affected by, the physical setting in which the tests are conducted. Major ones include control of irrelevant odor stimulation, elimination of psychological distraction, and provision of a generally comfortable work environment.