Motion sickness: a synthesis and evaluation of the sensory conflict theory.

@article{Oman1990MotionSA,
  title={Motion sickness: a synthesis and evaluation of the sensory conflict theory.},
  author={Charles M. Oman},
  journal={Canadian journal of physiology and pharmacology},
  year={1990},
  volume={68 2},
  pages={294-303}
}
  • Charles M. Oman
  • Published 1990 in Canadian journal of physiology and pharmacology
"Motion sickness" is the general term describing a group of common nausea syndromes originally attributed to motion-induced cerebral ischemia, stimulation of abdominal organ afferents, or overstimulation of the vestibular organs of the inner ear. Seasickness, car sickness, and airsickness are commonly experienced examples. However, the identification of other variants such as spectacle sickness and flight simulator sickness in which the physical motion of the head and body is normal or even… CONTINUE READING
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