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Evaluation of a sensory sensibility of students of the veterinary faculty sggw ar in 1975 1983


, : Evaluation of a sensory sensibility of students of the veterinary faculty sggw ar in 1975 1983. Medycyna Weterynaryjna 41(6): 341-344

In the course of dydactic sensory sensibility of 916 students was evaluated in the following tests: sensory daltonism, odor and color differentiation. Negative results were obtained in 23.9% of students in the test of sensory daltonism in 31.3% of students in the test of odor differentiation and in 12.0% of students in the test of color differentiation. Analysis of variance revealed a statistically significant influence of sex on the results of the tests of sensory daltonism and color differentiation. In all tests the results obtained by smokers were a little worse than those obtained by non-smokers, however, statistically significant difference were obtained only in the test of color differentiation. The time of day and feeling of students do not influence statistically significantly on the results of the tests.

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