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"Motion sickness susceptibility testing using torso rotation", Spacebound '94, Montreal, Canada, Canadian Space Agency, 1994.
Final report for E072 vestibular experiments in Spacelab Life Sciences 1, : MIT Man Vehicle Laboratory, 1993.
"Spatial orientation and posture during and following weightlessness: human experiments on Spacelab Life Sciences 1", J Vestib Res, vol. 3, no. 3, pp. 231-9, Fall, 1993.
"SLS-1, Experiment E-072-1 90 Day Post Flight", SLS-1, Experiment E-072-1 90 Day Report, no. Experiment Number: E072: MIT, 9/11/91, 1991.
"MIT/Canadian Spacelab experiments on vestibular adaptation and space motion sickness,” in Basic and Applied Aspects of Vestibular Function", Basic and Applied Aspects of Vestibular Function, pp. 183-192, 1988.
"MIT/Canadian vestibular experiments on the Spacelab-1 mission: 3. Effects of prolonged weightlessness on a human otolith-spinal reflex", Experimental Brain Research, vol. 64, pp. 308-315, 1986.
"Preflight and postflight motion testing of payload crew of Spacelab-1, 41G and D1", 7th IAA Man in Space Symposium: Physiologic Adaptation of Man In Space, Houston, TX, February 10-13, , 1986.
"Vestibular responses to linear acceleration in weightlessness (abstract)", Spacelab Mission D-1 Symposium, Norderney, Federal Republic of Germany, August 27-29, 19, 1986.
"Preflight and postflight motion sickness testing of the Spacelab 1 crew", ATO-AGARD Aerospace Medicine Panel Symposium on Motion Sickness: Mechanisms, Prediction, Prevention and Treatment, vol. CP-372, Williamsburg, VA, NATO AGARD, pp. 33.1-33.8, 1984.
"Vestibular changes following ten days of weightlessness", International Symposium on Space Medicine, Nagoya, Japan, pp. 85-89, 1984.
"Some practical suggestions for prevention and treatment of motion sickness", presented at 14th Annual Winter Conference on Brain Research, Panel XI: Sensory Conflict in Motion Sickness: Fact or Convenient Fiction?,, 1981.