Corpus ID: 8681829

Physics and psychophysics of weightlessness; visual perception.

@article{Gerathewohl1952PhysicsAP,
  title={Physics and psychophysics of weightlessness; visual perception.},
  author={S. Gerathewohl},
  journal={The Journal of aviation medicine},
  year={1952},
  volume={23 4},
  pages={
          373-95
        }
}
I N A P R E V I O U S paper the attempt was made to elaborate some physical and psychophysical principles which determine the behavior of the human body under conditions of partial or entire lack of weight. 35 I t was shown that subsequently to a transition of the body into the gravityfree state the field of elastic forces acting in the interior and on the surface of the body will attain a new state of equilibrium, in which the sum of all elastic forces acting on each point of the body's… Expand
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