ART-724- Transdisciplinary Practice-Colaboration

ART-724- Transdisciplinary Practice-Colaboration

The next element to my project is a module on Transdisciplinary Practice. The main assumption is to base it on cooperation with someone who will bring a lot of key information to my project.

In my project, the information I will obtain from Dr. Joanna Chłopicka will be necessary.


Dr. Joanna Chłopicka is an employee of the Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Faculty of Pharmacy, Department of Bromatology. He is a senior lecturer with a PhD

For the conversation with Dr. Chłopicka, I prepared several key questions:

1.What exactly is neurogastronomy and why has it become so popular in recent years?

2.Can neurogastronomy help people change their eating habits? If so, how?

  1. How can experiences with food be used to educate about healthy eating?
  2. How can neurogastronomy help people overcome their aversion to new tastes?

5.What are the mechanisms for rejecting novelty? What in our brain makes it so difficult for us to accept new tastes?

  1. What role do the senses of smell, sight, hearing and touch play here?
  2. What is the neurological basis of our taste preferences and how do they influence our willingness to try new things?
  3. Why does the brain often interpret unfamiliar tastes as potential threats?
  4. What strategies can be effective in breaking down mental barriers to trying new foods?
  5. How can sensory education help people overcome resistance to new taste experiences?
  6. How can neurogastronomy help in the taste education of adults who are accustomed to specific tastes?
  7. How to create culinary experiences that encourage exploration beyond the boundaries of culinary comfort?
  8. How do drugs and supplements affect taste perception?

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