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"On adaptive manual controls", IEEE Transactions, Man Machine Systems, vol. MMS-10(4 Part II), pp. 292-331, 1969.
"Models for Neurovestibular Adaptation: A Personal Approach", Presented at the Sixth NASA Symposium on the Role of Vestibular Organs in Space Exploration, Portland, OR, 10/2012, 2003.
"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.
"Short Radius Centrifugation is a Practical Space Flight Countermeasure (abstract)", 79th AsMA Annual Scientific Meeting, Boston, MA, May11-15, 2008.
Fluid Safety Liner, , vol. 12117, USA, Young, 2007.
"The International Space Station at Risk", SCIENCE , vol. 296, April 19, 2002.
"Artificial gravity: Is Short Radius Centrifugation the Universal Countermeasure for Long Space Missions?", ELGRA Biennial Symposium and General Assembly "In the Footsteps of Columbus", vol. 26, Bonn, Germany, ELGRA News, September 1-4, 2, 2010.
"A revised dynamic otolith model", Aerospace Medicine, vol. 39, no. 6, pp. 606-608, 1968.
"The Harvard-MIT PhD Program in Bioastronautics", NASA Human Research Program Investigators' Workshop, Houston, TX, 2012.
"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 Harvard-MIT PhD Program in Bioastronautics", NSBRI HRP Investigators’ Workshop, Galveston, Texas, 2017.
"Adaptation of the vestibulo-ocular reflex, subjective tilt, and motion sickness to head movements during short-radius centrifugation", Journal of Vestibular Research, vol. 13, no. 2-3, pp. 65-77, 2003.
"Countermeasure for a Mars Exploration Mission", International Forum for Space Life Science and Space Biotechnology, Beijing, China, September 24, 2013.
"Spatial orientation in weightlessness and readaptation to earth's gravity", Science, vol. 225, no. 4658, pp. 205-8, Jul 13, 1984.
"Motion Sensing: From Mach to Now", SIMONA Symposium, Fidelity in Motion, TU Delft, March 29, 2007.
"Testimony to US House of Representatives, Committee on Science Hearing on Perspectives on the President’s Vision for Space Exploration", Committee on Science Hearing on Perspectives on the President’s Vision for Space Exploration<br/>, Washington, DC, March 10, 2004.
"Human exploration of space: The next steps", Ad Astra, vol. 9, no. 2, pp. 32-35, March/April 1997.
"Using the Moon to Learn About Living on Mars", ASK Magazine, vol. Special Issue NASA's 50th, Fall 2008.
Retirement Remarks: MIT President's Dinner, , MIT, May 21, 2014.
"Adaptation of the Vestibulo-Ocular Reflex, Subjective Tilt, and Motion Sickness to Head Movements During Short-Radius Centrifugation (abstract)", Journal of Vestibular Research, vol. 11, no. 3-5, pp. 256-257, 2002.
"Head Impact Protection Through Filler Materials Embedded in a Helmet Liner", ISSS symposium , Keystone, CO, May 1-7, 2011.
"Using inertial measurement units for space vehicle safety, comfort, desig, and performance optimization (abstract)", NASA Human research Program Investigators' Workshop, Houston, TX, Feb. 14-16, 2012.
"A microprocessor based vestibular test battery", Vestibular Mechanisms in Health and Disease, London, Academic Press, pp. 135-143, 1978.
Some Memories of Larry Stark's Years at MIT and afterwards, , Berkely, CA, May 2005.
"Spatial Orientation", Principles and Practice of Aviation Psychology, New Jersey, Erlbaum , pp. 69-114, 2003.
"Spacelab neurovestibular hardware", SAE 21st International Conference on Environmental Systems, San Francisco, CA, SAE, July 1991.
"How to Adapt to Head Movements During Artificial Gravity Rotation (abstract)", Humans in Space Symposium, Beijing, May 2007.
"Artificial Gravity - an integrative solution for long duration space flights, Keynote Lecture", 2nd Symposium of the Zurich Center for Integrative Human Physiology (ZIHP), Zurich, Switzerland, September 22, 2006.
Fundamentals of the Theory of Movement Perception by Dr. Ernst Mach, , New York, Kluwer Academic/Plenum Press, 2001.
"Space, the vestibular system, and MIT's Man-Vehicle Laboratory", Journal of Vestibular Research, vol. 20, 2010.