Individual differences in susceptibility to motion sickness among six Skylab astronauts.

@article{Graybiel1975IndividualDI,
  title={Individual differences in susceptibility to motion sickness among six Skylab astronauts.},
  author={Ashton Graybiel and Earl Fred Miller and Jerry L. Homick},
  journal={Acta astronautica},
  year={1975},
  volume={2 1-2},
  pages={
          155-74
        }
}
One of the Skylab experiments dealt with motion sickness, comparing susceptibility in the workshop aloft with susceptibility preflight and postflight. Tests were conducted on and after mission-day 8 (MD 8) by which time the astronauts were adapted to working conditions. Stressful accelerations were generated by requiring the astronauts, with eyes covered, to execute standardized head movements (front, back, left, and right) while in a chair that could be rotated at angular velocities up to 30… CONTINUE READING
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