The relationship of motion sickness susceptibility to learned autonomic control for symptom suppression.

Twenty-four men were randomly assigned to four equal groups matched in terms of their Coriolis Sickness Susceptibility Index (CSSI). Two groups of subjects were highly susceptible to motion sickness, and two groups were moderately susceptible. All subjects were given six CSSI tests at 5-d intervals. Treatment Groups I (highly susceptible) and II (moderately… CONTINUE READING