The Effects Of Presence And Time Of Exposure On Simulator Sickness
This study explored the relationships among presence, simulator sickness, and length of simulator exposure. Previous research shows that presence and simulator sickness are negatively correlated with each other, but both have been found to be positively correlated with length of simulator exposure. The general goal of this research was to determine whether an interaction relationship existed. Results of the analysis provide evidence showing an interaction relationship (β = -1.08, p < .01; Fchange = 6.51, p < .01), i.e., at different levels of presence, simulator sickness increases at different rates over time. High presence led to less of an increase in simulator sickness over time than low presence.
Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society
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Article; Proceedings Paper
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Jerome, Christian; Darnell, Richard; and Oakley, Brian, "The Effects Of Presence And Time Of Exposure On Simulator Sickness" (2005). Scopus Export 2000s. 3192.