MVL Bibliography

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1981
Oman, C. M., N. Daunton, K. E. Money, and D. Watt, "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.
1984
Money, K. E., D. Watt, and C. M. Oman, "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.
Young, L. R., C. M. Oman, D. Watt, K. E. Money, B. K. Lichtenberg, R. V. Kenyon, A. P. Arrott, and SA. Modestino, "Vestibular changes following ten days of weightlessness", International Symposium on Space Medicine, Nagoya, Japan, pp. 85-89, 1984.
1986
Watt, D., K. E. Money, and L. M. Tomi, "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.
Money, K. E., C. M. Oman, D. Watt, and R. Cheung, "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.
Young, L. R., A. P. Arrott, D. Merfeld, M. J. Shelhamer, B. K. Lichtenberg, C. M. Oman, D. Watt, K. E. Money, SA. Modestino, and R. L. Renshaw, "Vestibular responses to linear acceleration in weightlessness (abstract)", Spacelab Mission D-1 Symposium, Norderney, Federal Republic of Germany, August 27-29, 19, 1986.
1991
Young, L. R., D. Watt, C. M. Oman, K. E. Money, B. K. Lichtenberg, S. Roy, C. DeLuca, D. Merfeld, D. Balkwill, J. Christie, et al., "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.
1994
Watt, D., and C. M. Oman, "Motion sickness susceptibility testing using torso rotation", Spacebound '94, Montreal, Canada, Canadian Space Agency, 1994.