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"Brainstem processing of vestibular sensory reafference: implications for motion sickness etiology ", Aviation Space and Environmental Medicine, vol. 83, no. 3, pp. 279, 2012.
"Preflight/postflight postrotatory VOR changes in Spacelab D-1 crew", Barany Society Extraordinary Meeting, Tokyo, Japan, May, 1990.
"Visual Orientation In Unfamiliar Gravito-Inertial Environments", USRA Bioastronautics Investigators Workshop, Galveston, TX, Universities Space Research Association, Division of Space Biomedicine, pp. Paper 186, January 2001.
"The influence of duct and utricular morphology on semicircular canal response", Vestibular Function and Morphology, New York, Springer Verlag, pp. 251-274, 1981.
"The Role of Visual Cues in Microgravity Spatial Orientation", The Neurolab Spacelab Mission:Neuroscience Research In Space, vol. NASA SP-2003-535, Houston, TX, NASA Johnson Space Center, pp. 69-82, 2003.
"Effect of orbital flight on the human horizontal angular vestibulo-ocular reflex response to 120 dec/sec step stimuli", Spacelab IML-1 Microgravity Vestibular Investigations, no. Final Report NAS9-18492-1210-N30, NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX, pp. 33-54, 1993.
"Three dimensional spatial memory and learning in real and virtual environments", Spatial Cognition and Computation, vol. 2, pp. 355-372, 2002.
"Medical monitoring and therapy of space motion sickness", Space 2000, pp. 311-326, 1983.
"Neurovestibular research in Microgravity", CNES workshop on Neurosciences Research in Space, Paris, France, 1997.
"Visual orientation, navigation and spatial memory: mechanisms and countermeasures", USRA Bioastronautics Investigator's Workshop, Galveston, TX, Universities Space Research Association, Division of Space Biomedicine, 2005.
"The role of static visual orientation cues in the etiology of space motion sickness", Symposium on vestibular organs and altered force environment., Houston, TX, NASA/Space Biomedical Research Institute, pp. 25-38, 1987.
"Lessons from vestibular research in altered gravity", Program Planning Workshop: Research Needs in Balance and Vestibular Disorders, National Institute on Deafness and Other Communicative Disorders, Bethesda, MD, October 15-16, 1, 1990.
"Transient Cardio-Respiratory To Visually-Induced Virtual Tilts", Programming Autonomic Function for Action Conference, Opio, France, September, 1999.
"Theoretical model for semicircular cupula motion", MIT Research Laboratory of Electronics Quarterly Progress Report, no. QPR# 121, Cambridge, MA, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, pp. 143-144, 1979.
"Reafference Cancellation in Brainstem Vestibular Neurons: Implications for Motion Sickness Etiology", Biology and Control of Nausea and Vomiting, Pittsburg, PA, University of Pittsburgh, 2013.
"Yaw angular VOR, nystagmus dumping, and sensation duration in Spacelab SLS-1 crewmembers (abstract)", XVII Barany Society Meeting, Prague, Czecholovakia, June, 1992.
"Neurovestibular Countermeasures for Long Duration Spaceflight (abstract)", Aviat Space Environ Med, vol. 73, no. 2, pp. 237, 2002.
"Space motion sickness and vestibular experiments in Spacelab", SAE-AIAA Twelfth Intersociety Conference on Environmental Systems, San Diego, CA, SAE, 1982.
"Spatial Orientation and Navigation in Microgravity", Spatial Processing in Navigation, Imagery and Perception, New York City, Springer Verlag, pp. in press, 2007.
The use of analog track angle error display for improving simulated GPS approach performance, : US DOT RSPA Volpe National Transportation Systems Center, August, 1995.
"Visual reorientation and navigation in three dimensions", Inivited lecture, Rutgers University Department of Psychology - Newark Campus, December 1, 2003.
"Space motion sickness on Spacelab Mission One (abstract)", Barany Society Extraordinary Meeting, Ann Arbor, MI, May 21-24, 1985.
Skin Pallor and Blush Monitor, , USA, 1988.
"Automated nystagmus analysis,", AGARD NATO Conference:Use of Nystagmography in Aviation Medicine, vol. CP-129, Pensacola, FL, NATO AGARD, pp. A22.1-A22.9, May 14-15, 1973.
"Spacecraft Module Visual verticals and Individual Spatial Abilities Determie 3D Spatial task Performance", ASMA 2006, Orlando, FL, May 15-18, 2006.
"Are evolutionary hypotheses for motion sickness "Just So" stories?", Journal of Vestibular Research, vol. 21, no. Special Issue, pp. 89, April 8-10, 2011.
"Space motion sickness intensity correlates with average head acceleration (abstract)", Aviat. Space Environ. Med., vol. 61, no. 5, pp. p.483, 1990.
"Neurovestibular adaptation to weightlessness", Invited paper:Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD, 25 October, 2001.
"Influence of semicircular canal ampulla, duct, and utricular shape on endolymph flow dynamics", Society for Neuroscience Abstr, vol. 6, pp. 558, 1980.