Contributors

Graeber, David A.; Sheldon, Elizabeth M.; United States. General Services Administration; University of Central Florida. Division of Sponsored Research; University of Central Florida. Institute for Simulation and Training

Subject

Motion sickness -- Mathematical models; Simulator sickness -- Mathematical models

Abstract

Report on a tentative, integrative model of motion sickness.

Table of Contents

Evolutionary function of motion sickness -- Evolutionary development and persistance of motion sickness; current theories -- Evolution of sensory systems and sensory integration -- Species in which motion sickness has been found to occur and the potential requisite under lying neural structures -- Emotion in humans and its relationship with motion sickness -- Prospective taxonomy and rules of sensory integration -- A preliminary integrative model of motion sickness.

Publication Date

1-1-2001

Place of Publication

Orlando (Fla.)

Number of Pages

29 pages

Prepared For

United States. General Services Administration; Federal Systems Integration and Management Center (U.S.); United States. Office of Naval Research

IST Document Number

ISTCR0121

Document Number Statement

IST technical report numbers are not necessarily unique document numbers.

Rights

Not to be used for commercial purposes except by permission.

Publisher

Institute for Simulation and Training, University of Central Florida

Identifier

202IST; DP0003750

Call Number

RC103.M6M337 2001

Contract Number

GS00T98AJC1521

Document Type

Research Report

Type

article

College

Institute for Simulation and Training

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