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Behrang Keshavarz, Heiko Hecht. Hum Factors 2011
Times Cited: 73







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389 articles co-cited >1



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Vection and visually induced motion sickness: how are they related?
Behrang Keshavarz, Bernhard E Riecke, Lawrence J Hettinger, Jennifer L Campos. Front Psychol 2015
51
29

Visually induced motion sickness predicted by postural instability.
L James Smart, Thomas A Stoffregen, Benoît G Bardy. Hum Factors 2002
64
18

Research in visually induced motion sickness.
Robert S Kennedy, Julie Drexler, Robert C Kennedy. Appl Ergon 2010
68
17

Vection and simulator sickness.
L J Hettinger, K S Berbaum, R S Kennedy, W P Dunlap, M D Nolan. Mil Psychol 1990
58
20

Motion sickness: only one provocative conflict?
W Bles, J E Bos, B de Graaf, E Groen, A H Wertheim. Brain Res Bull 1998
99
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The role of vection, eye movements and postural instability in the etiology of motion sickness.
Moira B Flanagan, James G May, Thomas G Dobie. J Vestib Res 2004
23
39

Motion sickness susceptibility.
John F Golding. Auton Neurosci 2006
122
12


Postural instability precedes motion sickness.
T A Stoffregen, L J Smart. Brain Res Bull 1998
105
10


The effect of internal and external fields of view on visually induced motion sickness.
Jelte E Bos, Sjoerd C de Vries, Martijn L van Emmerik, Eric L Groen. Appl Ergon 2010
23
34

Motion sickness: advances in pathogenesis, prediction, prevention, and treatment.
Avi Shupak, Carlos R Gordon. Aviat Space Environ Med 2006
62
12

Optokinetic stimuli: motion sickness, visual acuity, and eye movements.
Nicholas A Webb, Michael J Griffin. Aviat Space Environ Med 2002
20
40

Combined effects of auditory and visual cues on the perception of vection.
Behrang Keshavarz, Lawrence J Hettinger, Daniel Vena, Jennifer L Campos. Exp Brain Res 2014
24
33

Motion sickness symptoms in a ship motion simulator: effects of inside, outside, and no view.
Jelte E Bos, Scott N MacKinnon, Anthony Patterson. Aviat Space Environ Med 2005
48
16

Vection is the main contributor to motion sickness induced by visual yaw rotation: Implications for conflict and eye movement theories.
Suzanne A E Nooij, Paolo Pretto, Daniel Oberfeld, Heiko Hecht, Heinrich H Bülthoff. PLoS One 2017
17
47

Presence and Cybersickness in Virtual Reality Are Negatively Related: A Review.
Séamas Weech, Sophie Kenny, Michael Barnett-Cowan. Front Psychol 2019
68
11

Aftereffects and sense of presence in virtual environments: formulation of a research and development agenda.
K Stanney, G Salvendy, J Deisinger, P DiZio, S Ellis, J Ellison, G Fogleman, J Gallimore, M Singer, L Hettinger,[...]. Int J Hum Comput Interact 1998
56
12

A questionnaire for the assessment of the multiple dimensions of motion sickness.
P J Gianaros, E R Muth, J T Mordkoff, M E Levine, R M Stern. Aviat Space Environ Med 2001
72
9

Suppression of sickness by controlled breathing during mildly nauseogenic motion.
Fleur D Yen Pik Sang, John F Golding, Michael A Gresty. Aviat Space Environ Med 2003
29
24

Simulator sickness during driving simulation studies.
Johnell O Brooks, Richard R Goodenough, Matthew C Crisler, Nathan D Klein, Rebecca L Alley, Beatrice L Koon, William C Logan, Jennifer H Ogle, Richard A Tyrrell, Rebekkah F Wills. Accid Anal Prev 2010
100
9

Control of a virtual vehicle influences postural activity and motion sickness.
Xiao Dong, Ken Yoshida, Thomas A Stoffregen. J Exp Psychol Appl 2011
33
21

Future challenges for vection research: definitions, functional significance, measures, and neural bases.
Stephen Palmisano, Robert S Allison, Mark M Schira, Robert J Barry. Front Psychol 2015
63
11

Console video games, postural activity, and motion sickness during passive restraint.
Chih-Hui Chang, Wu-Wen Pan, Fu-Chen Chen, Thomas A Stoffregen. Exp Brain Res 2013
12
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What to expect from immersive virtual environment exposure: influences of gender, body mass index, and past experience.
Kay M Stanney, Kelly S Hale, Isabelina Nahmens, Robert S Kennedy. Hum Factors 2003
39
15


Characteristic changes in the physiological components of cybersickness.
Young Youn Kim, Hyun Ju Kim, Eun Nam Kim, Hee Dong Ko, Hyun Taek Kim. Psychophysiology 2005
54
11

Motion sickness, console video games, and head-mounted displays.
Omar Merhi, Elise Faugloire, Moira Flanagan, Thomas A Stoffregen. Hum Factors 2007
54
11

Eye movement, vection, and motion sickness with foveal and peripheral vision.
Nicholas A Webb, Michael J Griffin. Aviat Space Environ Med 2003
28
21

Postural instability and motion sickness in a fixed-based flight simulator.
T A Stoffregen, L J Hettinger, M W Haas, M M Roe, L J Smart. Hum Factors 2000
58
10


Driving simulator sickness: an evidence-based review of the literature.
Sherrilene Classen, Megan Bewernitz, Orit Shechtman. Am J Occup Ther 2011
56
10

The possible role of nystagmus in motion sickness: a hypothesis.
S M Ebenholtz, M M Cohen, B J Linder. Aviat Space Environ Med 1994
37
16

Autonomic responses during motion sickness induced by virtual reality.
Seizo Ohyama, Suetaka Nishiike, Hiroshi Watanabe, Katsunori Matsuoka, Hironori Akizuki, Noriaki Takeda, Tamotsu Harada. Auris Nasus Larynx 2007
32
18

Spectral analysis of tachygastria recorded during motion sickness.
R M Stern, K L Koch, W R Stewart, I M Lindblad. Gastroenterology 1987
201
8

Optokinetic nystagmus, vection, and motion sickness.
Moira B Flanagan, James G May, Thomas G Dobie. Aviat Space Environ Med 2002
24
25


Pathophysiology and treatment of motion sickness.
John F Golding, Michael A Gresty. Curr Opin Neurol 2015
43
13



Profiling subjective symptoms and autonomic changes associated with cybersickness.
Alireza Mazloumi Gavgani, Keith V Nesbitt, Karen L Blackmore, Eugene Nalivaiko. Auton Neurosci 2017
28
21


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