Mood and simulator sickness after truck simulator exposure.

@article{Biernacki2014MoodAS,
  title={Mood and simulator sickness after truck simulator exposure.},
  author={Marcin Piotr Biernacki and Lukasz Dziuda},
  journal={International journal of occupational medicine and environmental health},
  year={2014},
  volume={27 2},
  pages={278-92}
}
OBJECTIVES Studies involving simulators are increasingly popular. We examined to what extent exposure to a variety of test conditions on the simulator affects the level of mood and severity of simulator sickness. In addition, we were interested in finding out to what degree the changes in mood are associated with the severity of the symptoms of simulator sickness. MATERIAL AND METHODS Twelve men (aged M: 29.8, SD: 4.26) participated in the study, performing two 30-minute tasks in a driving… CONTINUE READING

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