Free Hierarchical Sorting procedure: towards a better understanding of assessor’s perception ?

Abstract : Interviews results highlight that expert and familiar consumer panels use top-down strategies (use of concepts, knowledge) while unfamiliar consumer panel use bottom-up strategies (use of perceptions). So, for familiar consumer panel, the exposure and the familiarity to these wines contributed to the use of similar categorization processes than expert panel.➢ Conducting interviews at the end of sorting tasks provides additional informations on categorization strategies and thus a better understanding of assessor’s perception.
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Carole Honoré-Chedozeau, Sylvie Chollet, Jordi Ballester, Maud Lelievre-Desmas, Bertrand Chatelet, et al.. Free Hierarchical Sorting procedure: towards a better understanding of assessor’s perception ?. 11th Pangborn Sensory Science Symposium, Aug 2015, Gothenburg, Switzerland. ⟨hal-02177720⟩

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