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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.; 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.; Phillips, J.O. (2001). Self-motion perception: assessment by real-time computer-generated animations. Applied Ergonomics, 32, 31-38.
Parker, D.; 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.; 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.; 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.; Wells, M.J. (1997). Do Visual Background Manipulations Reduce Simulator Sickness? In Proceedings of International Workshop on Motion Sickness.