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
Motion sickness -- Mathematical models; Simulator sickness -- Mathematical models
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.
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United States. General Services Administration; Federal Systems Integration and Management Center (U.S.); United States. Office of Naval Research
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Institute for Simulation and Training, University of Central Florida
Institute for Simulation and Training
McBride, Dennis K., "Bio Motion Project: Final Report" (2001). Institute for Simulation and Training. 34.