By John Mason
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Native Americans could track animals by their smell; farmers could smell when a change in the weather was about to happen; smell was important in making sure that foods were safe to eat; doctors even used their sense of smell to diagnose illness. Today, unless you have a very special job, such as creating perfumes, aromas usually function as masks (that’s why we use deodorants and fragrances). Despite its diminished role in our daily lives, however, the sense of smell plays an important role in memory.
The classic example of associative linking, often taught in psychology courses, is Dr. Ivan Pavlov’s experiments with dogs. Dogs normally salivate at the sight of food. Every day when Pavlov fed the dogs, he rang a bell. After a few days, just ringing a bell made the dogs salivate, even if no food was presented. These dogs made an association—a connection within their brains—that a certain 19 K E E P Y O U R B R A I N A L I V E sensory stimulus (the bell) meant food. Consequently, the sound of the bell alone made the brain instruct the salivary glands to get ready for food.
The raw material for associations originates primarily from the five senses but also can be emotional or social cues. The brain takes several different things into account in deciding whether to forge these mental connections. For example, if something provides inputs to two or more senses close together in time, like the sight, smell, and taste of a cheeseburger, the brain will almost automatically link the sensations. In essence, this is our basic learning process. The classic example of associative linking, often taught in psychology courses, is Dr.
A treatise on self-knowledge by John Mason