Accession Number : ADA187275
Title : Short-Term Solutions to Prevent Simulator-Induced Motion Sickness: Report of a Conference.
Descriptive Note : Final rept. 29 Apr 85-31 Mar 86,
Corporate Author : ESSEX CORP ORLANDO FL
Personal Author(s) : Kennedy, R S ; Berbaum, K S ; Hettinger, L J ; Dunlap, W P
PDF Url : ADA187275
Report Date : Mar 1986
Pagination or Media Count : 204
Abstract : On September 21-28, 1985, a conference was held at Pensacola, Florida, for the purpose of determining a model of simulator-induced motion sickness. A total of 17 scientists, with expertise in areas related to the study of motion sickness and its treatment, were in attendance. The scientists were asked to address a variety of questions which had been previously prepared by the conference conveners, and were individually deposed in a quasi-legal manner in the presence of a court reporter. From theses depositions a set of guidelines and recommendations have been proposed as short-term approaches to limiting the severity of the problem until longer term solutions can be experimentally validated. Keywords: Flight simulators; Simulator sickness, Visual-vestibular asynchrony; Training; Motion sickness.
Descriptors : *FLIGHT SIMULATORS, *MOTION SICKNESS, SHORT RANGE(TIME), SOLUTIONS(GENERAL), THERAPY, PREVENTIVE MEDICINE, FLIGHT TRAINING
Subject Categories : Stress Physiology
Medicine and Medical Research
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE