Using the patented, user-friendly Snap & Sniff® wands, this odor identification test includes the following 16 odors: orange, peppermint, turpentine, clove, leather, banana, garlic, rose, fish, lemon, coffee, anise, cinnamon, licorice, apple, and pineapple. Answer sheet shows options in picture and word format to allow for use with adults and children, including non-English speakers. Odorants are chosen for cross-cultural familiarity. When the operator’s thumb pushes forward on a slide mechanism, the odorized tip is exposed for sampling and presented to the subject. Releasing the slide mechanism retracts the odorized tip back in the wand’s housing. Because the odorant is presented briefly, the odor is retained for much longer periods and can be used for testing many more subjects than devices lacking such sophisticated technology. Although a single ascending method of limits threshold employed by others can be obtained using the Snap & Sniff Threshold Kit ®, we recommend a single staircase forced-choice paradigm. This optimizes the numbers of trials presented in the perithreshold region per unit time.