Motion sickness: acquisition and retention of adaptation effects compared in three motion environments.

Abstract

A sharp distinction should be made between symptoms of motion-sickness per se and phenomena inferred from the symptomatology, which include rates of acquisition and decay of adaptation effects. Foreknowledge of these "derived phenomena" are valuable if it can be shown that they hold true for virtually any motion environment. Recently, we have developed a… (More)

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