Effect of direction of head movement on motion sickness caused by Coriolis stimulation.

@article{Woodman1997EffectOD,
  title={Effect of direction of head movement on motion sickness caused by Coriolis stimulation.},
  author={Peter Woodman and Michael J. Griffin},
  journal={Aviation, space, and environmental medicine},
  year={1997},
  volume={68 2},
  pages={
          93-8
        }
}
BACKGROUND During constant speed rotation of the body, head rotation about an axis other than the axis of rotation of the body (i.e., Coriolis is stimulation) induces motion sickness. HYPOTHESES The position of the body relative to the center of rotation will influence the sickness caused by Coriolis stimulation; the direction of head movement will not affect the sickness caused by Coriolis stimulation. METHOD There were 24 seated subjects (12 male, 12 female) who made 30 degrees pitch… CONTINUE READING

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