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Motion Sickness's Papers
Parker, D.E. (2003). Spatial perception changes associated with space flight: implications for adaptation to altered inertial environments. Journal of Vestibular Research, 2003(13), 331-344.
Prothero, J. (2003). A Unified Approach to Presence and Motion Sickness. In L.J. Hettinger and M.W. Haas (Eds.) Virtual and Adaptive Environments. NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Publishers.
Lin, J.W., Duh, B.L., Abi-Rached, H., Parker, D.E. and Furness, T.A.III (2002). Effects of field of view on presence, enjoyment, memory and simulator sickness in a virtual environment. In Proceedings of IEEE Virtual Reality 2002, pp. 164-171. [Available online under other terms]
Duh, B.L. (2001). Use of an Independent Visual Background to Alleviate Simulator Sickness in the Virtual Environments that Employ Wide-Field Displays. Doctoral Thesis, University of Washington, Seattle.
Parker, D.E. and Phillips, J.O. (2001). Self-motion perception: assessment by real-time computer-generated animations. Applied Ergonomics, 32, 31-38.
Parker, D. and Philips, O. (1999). Self-Motion Perception: Assesment by Real-Time Computer-Generated Animation. Presented at NASA/USRA Biomemedical Investigators' Workshop, University Space Research Association, January 1999, Seattle.
Prothero, J., Draper, M., Furness, T., Parker, D. and Wells, M. (1999). The Use of an Independent Visual Background to Reduce Simulator Side-Effects. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine, 70(3), 277-283.
Parker, D.E., Harm, D.L., Sandoz, G.R. and Skinner, N.C. (1997). Perceived Self-Motion Assessed by Computer-Generated Animations: Complexity and Reliability. In Proceedings of 12th Man in Space Symposium: the Future of Humans in Space, pp. 31-32.
Prothero, J.D. (1997). Rest Frames and "Class A" Presence Measures. In Proceedings of Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES '97) [poster].
Prothero, J.D., Draper, M.H., Furness, T.A. III, Parker, D.E. and Wells, M.J. (1997). Do Visual Background Manipulations Reduce Simulator Sickness? In Proceedings of International Workshop on Motion Sickness.