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Oravetz, C. T., L. R. Young, and A. Liu, "Slope, distance, and height estimation of lunar and lunar-like terrain in a virtual reality environment", Gravitational Space Biology, vol. 22, no. 2, pp. 57-66, September 2009.
Oravetz, C. T., L. R. Young, and H. Hecht, "Slope and Distance Estimation Errors in a Lunar Environment (abstract)", Aviation Space and Environmental Medicine, vol. 80, no. 3, pp. 266-267, March 2009.
Opperman, R. A., A.C. Wicht, and D. J. Newman, "Orbital Collisions and Space Debris - Incidence Impact and International Policy", International Astronautical Congress, Prague, Sept. 2010.
Opperman, R.A., W N N. J. M. A., "EVA Injury, Comfort and Protection: Improving the Plight of the Hand and Shoulder for the Constellation Program (poster)", 38th International Conference on Environmental Systems , San Francisco, CA, June 29-July 2, , 2008.
Opperman, R. A., J.M. Waldie, A. Natapoff, D. J. Newman, and A. Jones, "Probability of Spacesuit-Induced Fingernail Trauma is Associated with Hand Circumference", Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine, vol. 81, pp. 907-913, 10/2010.
Oman, C. M., N. M. C., "Observer model for spatial orientation research and accident investigation (abstract)", Aviation Space and Environmental Medicine, vol. 80, no. 3, pp. 2089, 2009.
Oman, C. M., "Motion sickness: a synthesis and evaluation of the sensory conflict theory", Can J Physiol Pharmacol, vol. 68, no. 2, pp. 294-303, Feb, 1990.
Oman, C. M., A. J. Kendra, M. Hayashi, M. Stearns, and J. Burki-Cohen, "Vertical Navigation Displays: Pilot Performance and Workload During Simulated Constant-Angle-of-Descent GPS Approaches", Proceedings of 10th International Symposium on Aviation Psychology, Columbus, OH, pp. 13-18, 1999.
Oman, C. M., "When you have to fight seasickness", Sail, no. November, pp. 49-55, 1978.
Oman, C.M.., O.L.. Bock, and J-K.. Huang, "Visually Induced Self-Motion Sensation Adapts Rapidly to Left-Right Visual Reversal", Science, vol. 209, pp. 706-708, 1980.
Oman, C. M., "In search of a cure for seasickness", Cruising World, no. December, December, 1991.
Oman, C. M., A. Liu, J. Marquez, W. Sachtler, W. Hutchison, A. Beall, and A. Natapoff, "Advanced Displays and Controls for Six Degree of Freedom Orientation and Navigation in Virtual Microgravity", USRA Bioastronautics Investigator's Workshop, Galveston, TX, Universities Space Research Association, Division of Space Biomedicine, pp. Paper 9, 2001.
Oman, C. M., "A heuristic mathematical model for the dynamics of sensory conflict and motion sickness", Acta Otolaryngol Suppl, vol. 392, pp. 1-44, 1982.
Oman, C. M., D. Benveniste, D. A. Buckland, H.. Aoki, A. Liu, A. Natapoff, and M. Kozhevnikov, "Incongruent Spacecraft Module Visual Verticals Affect Spatial Task Performance", 7th International Symposium on the Role of Vestibular Organs in Space Exploration, European Space Technology Center, Noordwijk, Holland, June 7-9, 2006.
Oman, C. M., J.. M. S. Huntley, and S. A. Rasmussen, "Pilot performance and workload using simulated GPS track angle error displays", 6th IFAC/IFIP/IFORS/IEA Symposium on analysis, design, and evaluation of man-machine systems, Cambridge, MA USA, IFAC, pp. 303-310, 1995.
Oman, C. M., "Neurovestibular adaptation to spaceflight: Research progress (Introduction to Special Issue)", Journal of Vestibular Research, vol. 12, no. 5-6, pp. 201-203, 2003.
Oman, C. M., B. K. Lichtenberg, K. E. Money, and R. K. McCoy, "Space motion sickness on Spacelab Mission One (Abstract)", Society for Neuroscience Abstr, 1984.
Oman, C. M., D. Benveniste, D. A. Buckland, H. Aoki, A. Liu, A. Natapoff, and M. Kozhevnikov, "Incongruent Spacecraft Module Visual Verticals Affect Spatial Task Performance", 7th International Symposium on the Role of Vestibular Organs in Space Exploration, European Space Technology Center, Noordwijk, Holland, June 7-9, 2006.
Oman, C. M., "Prevention and treatment of seasickness in offshore sailing", Proceedings of New England Sailing Yacht Symposium, US Coast Guard Academy, New London, CT, pp. 131-141, March 4-5, 1988.
Oman, C. M., "Sensory conflict theory and space sickness: our changing perspective", J Vestib Res, vol. 8, no. 1, pp. 51-6, Jan-Feb, 1998.
Oman, C. M., and L. R. Young, "Physiological range of pressure difference and cupula deflections in the human semicircular canal: theoretical considerations", Prog Brain Res, vol. 37, pp. 529-39, 1972.
Oman, C. M., B. K. Lichtenberg, and K. E. Money, "Space motion sickness monitoring experiment: Spacelab 1", Motion and Space Sickness, Boca Raton, FL, CRC Press, pp. 217-246, 1990.
Oman, C. M., 3rd. Wall, C., and M. J. Shelhamer, "Maintaining Human Performance During Long Duration Spaceflight: Neurovestibular Adaptation Research In The National Space Biomedical Research Institute (Panel Abstract)", Aviat Space Environ Med, vol. 71, no. 3, pp. 271, 2000.
Oman, C. M., O. L. Bock, and J. K. Huang, "Visually induced self-motion sensation adapts rapidly to left-right visual reversal", Science, vol. 209, no. 4457, pp. 706-8, Aug 8, 1980.
Oman, C. M., "Human Visual Orientation in Weightlessness", Levels of Perception, New York, NY, Springer Verlag, pp. 375-398, 2003.
Oman, C. M., and D. Balkwill, "Horizontal VOR, nystagmus dumping, and sensation duration in Spacelab SLS-1 crewmembers (abstract)", Aviat Space Environ Med, 1993.
Oman, C. M., NSBRI Neurovestibular Adaptation Team Strategic Plan, : National Space Biomedical Research Institute, pp. Vol. 2 Chapt. 9, 2002.
Oman, C. M., "Dealing with motion sickness", Sail, no. June, 1983, 1983.
Oman, C. M., W. Cook, O. Rege, J. Sapirstein, and T. Nichols, "Time course of skin pallor in motion sickness (abstract)", 7th IAA Man in Space Symposium: Physiologic Adaptation of Man In Space, Houston, TX, Feb 10-13-1986.
Oman, C. M., C. F. Pouliot, and A. Natapoff, "Horizontal angular VOR changes in orbital and parabolic flight: human neurovestibular studies on SLS-2", Journal of Applied Physiology, vol. 81, no. 1, pp. 58-68, July, 1996.

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