Selected Flavour Publications


·  ”Brain fingerprints of olfaction: a novel structural method for assessing olfactory cortical networks in health and disease”. Fjaeldstad A, Fernandes HM, van Hartevelt TJ, Gleesborg C, Møller A, Ovesen T & Kringelbach ML. Nature – Scientific Reports. 2017; 7, 42534; doi: 10.1038/srep42534 (2017).

·  “Single or Multi-Frequency Generators in On-going MEG Data: a Mechanistic Whole-Brain Model of empirical MEG data”. Deco G, Cabral J, Woolrich M, Stevner ABA, Van Hartevelt TJ & Kringelbach ML. BioRxiv, 084103. Neuroimage. 2017; 152: 538-550.

·  ”Considering chemical resemblance: A possible confounder in olfactory identification tests”. Fjaeldstad A, Petersen MA & Ovesen T.  Chemosens Percep. 2017; 10(1), 42-48;

·  ”Odour familiarity and identification abilities in adolescents”. Fjaeldstad A, Sundbøll J, Niklassen A & Ovesen T. Chem. Sens. 2017; 42 (3): 239-246; doi: 10.1093/chemse/bjw125.



·  “The neural mechanism of olfactory hedonic processing and judgement: An ALE meta-analysis”.  Zou L, van Hartevelt TJ, Kringelbach ML, Cheung EFC & Chan RCK. Neuropsychology. 2016; 30(8):970-979

·  “Insights into brain architectures from the homological scaffolds of functional connectivity networks”. Lord LD, Expert P, Fernandes HM, Petri G, Van Hartevelt TJ, Turkheimer FE & Kringelbach ML. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience. 2016; 10:85.

·  ”Pleasure of food in the brain”. Fjaeldstad A, Van-Hartevelt TJ & Kringelbach ML. Chapter in ‘Multisensory Flavour Perception’, 1st Ed. (Spence, C. & Piqueras-Fiszman, B., eds), Elsevier, pp.2016; 211-234.



·  “Pleasure systems in the brain”. Berridge KC & Kringelbach ML. Neuron. 2015; 86:646-664.

·  “The pleasure of food: underlying brain mechanisms of eating and other pleasures”. Kringelbach ML. Flavour. 2015; 4:20.

·  ”Olfactory screening: Validation of Sniffin’ Sticks in Denmark”. Fjaeldstad A, Kjaergaard T, Van-Hartevelt TJ, Kringelbach ML & Ovesen T. Clin Otolaryngology. 2015; doi: 10.1111/coa.12405.

·  ”Lugtesansen har stor klinisk relevans”. Fjældstad A, Clausen C, Kjaergaard T & Ovesen T.  Ugeskr Laeger. 2015;177:V04130252

·  “Novel fingerprinting method characterizes the necessary and sufficient structural connectivity from deep brain stimulation electrodes for a successful outcome”. Fernandes HM, Van Hartevelt TJ, Boccard SGJ, Owen SLF, Cabral J, Deco G, Green AL, FitzGerald JJ, Aziz TZ & Kringelbach ML. New Journal of Physics. 2015; 17: 015001.



·  “Great expectations: using whole-brain computational connectomics for understanding neuropsychiatric disorders”. Deco G & Kringelbach ML. Neuron. 2014; 84(3): 892-905.

·  “Exploring network dynamics underlying brain activity during rest”. Cabral J, Kringelbach ML & Deco G. Progress in Neurobiology. 2014; 114: 102-31. doi: 10.1016/j.pneurobio.2013.12.005.



·  “Neuroscience of affect: Brain mechanisms of pleasure and displeasure”.  Berridge KC & Kringelbach ML. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 2013; 23(3):294-303. doi:10.1016/j.conb.2013.01.017.

·  “The functional human neuroanatomy of food pleasure cycles”. Kringelbach ML, Stein A & Van Hartevelt TJ. Physiology and Behaviour. 2012;106:307-316.

·  “The olfactory system”. Van Hartevelt TJ & Kringelbach ML. Chapter in The Human Nervous System. 3rd Ed. (Mai, J. & Paxinos, G., eds), Elsevier, pp. 2012; 1219-1238.

·  “The joyful mind”. Kringelbach ML & Berridge KC. Scientific American. 2012; 307(2):40-45.

·  “Cortical mechanisms of human eating”. Kringelbach ML & Stein A. Forum Nutr. 2010;63: 164-175.

·  “Affective neuroscience of pleasure: Reward in humans and animals”. Berridge KC & Kringelbach ML. Psychopharmacology. 2008; 199, 457-480.

·  “Cortical systems involved in appetite and food consumption”. Kringelbach ML. Chapter in Appetite and body weight: integrative systems and the development of anti-obesity drugs (Cooper SJ & Kirkham T.C, eds) London: Elsevier, pp. 2006; 5-26.

·  “The human orbitofrontal cortex: linking reward to hedonic experience”. Kringelbach ML. Nature Reviews Neuroscience. 2005; 6:691-702.

· “Food for thought: hedonic experience beyond homeostasis in the human brain”. Kringelbach ML. Neuroscience. 2004; 126:807-819.

·  “Taste-related activity in the human dorsolateral prefrontal cortex”. Kringelbach ML, de Araujo IET & Rolls ET. Neuroimage. 2004; 21(2):781-788.

·  “Activation of the human orbitofrontal cortex to a liquid food stimulus is correlated with its subjective pleasantness”. Kringelbach ML, O’Doherty J, Rolls ET & Andrews C. Cerebral Cortex. 2003; 13(10): 1064-1071.

·  “Taste-olfactory convergence, and the representation of the pleasantness of flavour, in the human brain”. De Araujo IET, Rolls ET, Kringelbach ML, McGlone  F & Phillips N. European Journal of Neuroscience. 2003; 18:2059-2068.

·  “Human cortical responses to water in the mouth, and the effects of thirst”. De Araujo IET, Kringelbach ML, Rolls ET & McGlone, F. Journal of Neurophysiology. 2003; 90: 1865-1876.

·  “The representation of umami taste in the human brain”. De Araujo IET, Kringelbach ML, Rolls ET & Hobden, P. Journal of Neurophysiology. 2003; 90:313-319.

·  “Different representations of pleasant and unpleasant odours in the human brain”. Rolls ET, Kringelbach ML & de Araujo IET. European Journal of Neuroscience. 2003; 18:695-703.

·  “Fast, fully auto-mated global and local magnetic field optimisation for fMRI of the human brain”. Wilson J, Jenkinson M, Araujo IET, Kringelbach ML, Rolls ET & Jezzard P. Neuro-image. 2002; 17: 967-976.