Subjective concomitants of motion sickness: quantifying rotation-induced illness in squirrel monkeys.

@article{Wilpizeski1987SubjectiveCO,
  title={Subjective concomitants of motion sickness: quantifying rotation-induced illness in squirrel monkeys.},
  author={Chester R. Wilpizeski and Louis D. Lowry and Stephanie J. Green and Barry D. Smith and H D Melnick},
  journal={Otolaryngology--head and neck surgery : official journal of American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery},
  year={1987},
  volume={97 5},
  pages={433-40}
}
It has been suggested by numerous researchers that the development of conditioned food aversion (CFA) in experimental animals represents the presence of a subjective state of illness. Squirrel monkeys with proven susceptibility to rotation-induced vomiting were given surgical bilateral labyrinthectomies, a procedure known to abolish signs and symptoms of motion sickness in human beings. Postoperatively, labyrinthectomized monkeys neither vomited nor revealed any reduction in food consumption… CONTINUE READING