Jason Fischer explains the psychology behind the pumpkin spice craze

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Assistant Professor Jason Fischer and doctoral candidate Sarah Cormiea discussed how the brain processes smells and memories in The Baltimore Sun and other major media.

“There’s a kind of special access to the memory system in the brain that odor perception has,” Fischer said. The part of the brain that processes odors sits “right up against memories in the brain.”