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"Model for vestibular adaptation to horizontal rotation", Aerosp Med, vol. 40, no. 10, pp. 1076-80, Oct, 1969.
"Three display techniques at the Man-Vehicle Lab", 5th Annual Conference on Manual Control, vol. NASA SP-215, Cambridge, MA, NASA, pp. 271-284, 1969.
"Hybrid computer display techniques involving a PDP-8", DECUS Spring Symposium, New York, NY, Digital Equipment Corporation, pp. 165-167, 1970.
"Modeling adaptation in human semicircular canal response to rotation", Trans N Y Acad Sci, vol. 32, no. 4, pp. 489-94, Apr, 1970.
"The physiological range of pressure difference and cupula deflections in the human semicircular canal. Theoretical considerations", Acta Otolaryngol, vol. 74, no. 5, pp. 324-31, Nov, 1972.
"Physiological range of pressure difference and cupula deflections in the human semicircular canal: theoretical considerations", Prog Brain Res, vol. 37, pp. 529-39, 1972.
"Structure and motion of cupulae of lateral line organs in Necturus maculosis", MIT Research Laboratory of Electronics Quarterly Progress Report, Cambridge, MA, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, pp. #104:326-343, 1972.
"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.
"A descriptive model of multi-sensor human spatial orientation with applications to visually induced sensations of motion,", AIAA Visual and Motion Simulation Conference, Palo Alto, CA, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, September 10-12,, 1973.
"Dynamic response of freestanding lateral line organs (abstract)", Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, vol. 54, no. 1, pp. 293, 1973.
Identifying and determining skill degradations of private and commercial pilots, , no. FAA-RD-73-91, Washington, DC, US Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration, September, 1973.
"Neural responses of lateral line organs in necturus maculosis to direct mechanical stimulation", MIT Research Laboratory of Electronics Quarterly Progress Report , no. QPR # 108, Cambridge, MA, Massachusetts Instittute of Technology, pp. 321-338, 1973.
"Visually induced sensations of motion", 9th Annual Conference on Manual Control, Cambridge, MA May 23-25, 1973, pp. 193-195, 1973.
"Influence of head position and field on visually induced motion effects in three axes of rotation", Proceedings of 10th Annual Conference on Manual Control, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, OH, 1974.
"Influence of head orientation on visually induced pitch and roll sensation", Aviat Space Environ Med, vol. 46, no. 3, pp. 264-8, Mar, 1975.
"The etiology of ski injuries: an eight year study of the skier and his equipment", Orthop Clin North Am, vol. 7, no. 1, pp. 13-29, Jan, 1976.
"Human eye tracking during vertical and horizontal motion (abstract)", Neuroscience Abstr, vol. 2, pp. 1062, 1976.
"An upper limit on the physiological range of cupula motion in the semicircular canal of the skate (abstract)", Neuroscience Abstr, vol. 2, pp. 1052, 1976.
"Element composition of inner ear lymphs in cats, lizards, and skates determined by electron probe microanalysis of liquid samples", Journal of Comparative Physiology, vol. 126, pp. 1-14, 1978.
"An instrumentation system for clinical vestibular testing (abstract)", 13th Annual Meeting American Association for Medical Instrumentation, Palm Beach, FL, 1978.
"A microprocessor based vestibular test battery", Vestibular Mechanisms in Health and Disease, London, Academic Press, pp. 135-143, 1978.
"Nystagmus analysis using a microprocessor based instrument", Vestibular Mechanisms in Health and Disease, London, Academic Press, 1978.
"When you have to fight seasickness", Sail, no. November, pp. 49-55, 1978.
"Cupula motion in the semicircular canal of the skate, Raja erinacea. An experimental investigation", Acta Otolaryngol, vol. 87, no. 5-6, pp. 528-38, May-Jun, 1979.
"Spacelab-1 experiments on motion sickness", Space Shuttle: Dawn of an Era, Los Angeles, CA, American Astronautical Society, October 29-Novem, 1979.
"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.
"Influence of semicircular canal ampulla, duct, and utricular shape on endolymph flow dynamics", Society for Neuroscience Abstr, vol. 6, pp. 558, 1980.
"Visual and graviceptive influences on lower leg EMG activity during brief falls (abstract)", Neuroscience Abstr, vol. 6, no. 558, 1980.
"Visually induced self-motion sensation adapts rapidly to left-right visual reversal", Science, vol. 209, no. 4457, pp. 706-8, Aug 8, 1980.
"The influence of duct and utricular morphology on semicircular canal response", Vestibular Function and Morphology, New York, Springer Verlag, pp. 251-274, 1981.