Publications, 1980-89

59. Lackner, J.R. Speech production: Correction of semantic and grammatic errors during speech shadowing. Proceedings of the 12th International Congress of Linguists, 1979. Reprinted in V.A. Fromkin (Ed.). Errors in linguistic performance: Slips of the tongue, ear, pen, and hand. Academic Press, New York, 1980.

60. Mather, J. and Lackner, J.R. Visual tracking of active and passive movements of the hand. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 32, 307-315, 1980.

61. Mather, J. and Lackner, J.R. Adaptation to visual displacement with active and passive limb movements: Effect of movement frequency and predictability of movement. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 32, 317-323, 1980.

62. Graybiel, A. and Lackner, J.R. Evaluation of the relationship between motion sickness symptomatology and blood pressure, heart rate, and body temperature. Aviat, Space & Environ Med, 51, 211-214, 1980.

63. Graybiel, A. and Lackner, J.R. A sudden-stop vestibulovisual test for rapid assessment of motion sickness manifestations. Aviat, Space & Environ Med, 51, 21-23, 1980.

64. Lackner, J.R. and Graybiel, A. Visual and postural motion aftereffects following parabolic flight. Aviat, Space & Environ Med, 51, 230-233, 1980.

65. Mather, J. and Lackner, J.R. Multiple sensory and motor cues enhance the accuracy of pursuit eye movements. Aviat, Space & Environ Med, 51, 856-859, 1980.

66. Lackner, J.R. Some aspects of sensory-motor control and adaptation in man. In: R.D. Walk and H.L. Pick, Jr. (Eds.). Intersensory Perception and Sensory Integration, New York, Plenum, 143-173, 1981.

67. Lackner, J.R. and Graybiel, A. Variations in gravitoinertial force level affect the gain of the vestibulo-ocular reflex: Implications for the etiology of space motion sickness. Aviat, Space & Environ Med, 52, 154-158, 1981.

68. Lackner, J.R. and Levine, M.S. The guidance of saccadic eye movements to perceptually mislocalized visual and non-visual targets. Aviat, Space & Environ Med, 52, 461-465, 1981.

69. Mather, J. and Lackner, J.R. Adaptation to visual displacement: Contribution of proprioceptive, visual, and attentional factors. Perception, 10, 367-374, 1981.

70. Mather, J. and Lackner, J.R. The influence of efferent, proprioceptive, and timing factors on the accuracy of eye-hand tracking. Experimental Brain Research, 43, 406-412, 1981.

71. Lackner, J.R. and Mather, J.A. Eye-hand tracking using afterimages: Evidence that sense of effort is dependent on spatial constancy mechanisms. Experimental Brain Research, 44, 138-142, 1981.

72. Lackner, J.R. and Graybiel, A. Illusions of postural, visual, and substrate motion elicited by deep knee bends in the increased gravitoinertial force phase of parabolic flight. Experimental Brain Research, 44, 312-316, 1981.

73. Lackner, J.R. Some contributions of touch, pressure, and kinesthesis to human spatial orientation and oculomotor control. Acta Astronautica, 8, 825-830, 1981.

74. Lackner, J.R. Alterations in resolution of linguistic ambiguity after cerebral injury in man. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 54, 283-289, 1982.

75. Lackner, J.R. Alterations in resolution of temporal order after cerebral injury in man. Experimental Neurology, 75, 501-509, 1982.

76. Lackner, J.R. and Shattuck-Hufnagel, S.R. Alterations in speech shadowing ability after cerebral injury in man. Neuropsychologia, 20, 709-714, 1982.

77. Lackner, J.R. and Graybiel, A. Rapid perceptual adaptation to high gravitoinertial force levels: Evidence for context-specific adaptation, Aviat, Space & Environ Med, 53, 766-769, 1982.

78. Lackner, J.R. and Graybiel, A. Perceived orientation in free fall depends on visual, postural, and architectural factors. Aviat, Space & Environ Med, 54, 47-51, 1983.

79. Graybiel, A. and Lackner, J.R. Motion sickness: Acquisition and retention of adaptation effects in three motion environments. Aviat Space & Environ Med, 54, 307-311, 1983.

80. Lackner,J.R. and Graybiel, A. Etiological factors in space motion sickness. Aviat, Space & Environ Med, 54, 675-681, 1983.

81. Lackner, J.R. Human spatial orientation in unusual force environments. Proceedings of the XXIst International Congress of Aviation and Space Medicine, 36-38, 1983.

82. Lackner, J.R. Influence of posture on the spatial localization of sound. Journal of the Audio Engineering Society, 31, 650-661, 1983.

83. Lackner, J.R. and Taublieb, A.B. Reciprocal interactions between the position sense representations of the two forearms. Journal of Neuroscience, 3, 2280-2285, 1983.

84. Lackner, J.R. and DiZio, P. Some efferent and somatosensory influences on body orientation and oculomotor control. In: L. Spillman and B.R. Wooten (Eds.). Sensory Experience, Adaptation, and Perception, Erlbaum Associates, Clifton, NJ, 281-301, 1984.

85. Lackner, J.R. and Graybiel, A. Perception of body weight and body mass at twice Earth-gravity acceleration levels. Brain, 107, 133-144, 1984.

86. Lackner, J.R and Graybiel, A. Elicitation of motion sickness by head movements in the microgravity phase of parabolic flight maneuvers. Aviat, Space & Environ Med, 55, 513-520, 1984.

87. Lackner, J.R. and Taublieb, A.B. Influence of vision on vibration-induced illusions of limb movement. Experimental Neurology, 85, 97-106, 1984.

88. Lackner, J.R. Some influences of tonic vibration reflexes on the position sense of the contralateral limb. Experimental Neurology, 85, 107-113, 1984.

89. Lackner, J.R. and Graybiel, A. Influence of gravitoinertial force level on apparent magnitude of Coriolis cross-coupled angular accelerations and motion sickness. NATO-AGARD Aerospace Medical Panel Symposium on Motion Sickness: Mechanisms, Prediction, Prevention and Treatment. AGARD-CP-372, 22, 1-7, 1984.

90. Lackner, J.R. Motion Sickness: Mechanisms, Prevention, and Treatment. Technical Evaluation Report, AGARD-CP-372, VII-X, 1984.

91. Lackner, J.R. Human sensory-motor adaptation to the terrestrial force environment. In: D. Ingle, M. Jeannerod and D. Lee (Eds.). Brain Mechanisms and Spatial Vision, Nijhoff, Amsterdam, 175-210, 1985.

92. Lackner, J.R. and Shenker, B. Proprioceptive influences on auditory and visual spatial localization. Journal of Neuroscience, 5, 579-583, 1985.

93. Lackner, J.R. and Graybiel, A. Head movements elicit motion sickness during exposure to microgravity and macrogravity acceleration levels. In: M. Igarashi & F.O. Black, (Eds). Proceedings of the VII International Symposium: Vestibular and Visual Control on Posture and Locomotor Equilibrium. Basel: Karger, 170-176, 1985.

94. Lackner, J.R. Sensory factors in space flight. In: Human Factors in Space Flight. Journal of University of Occupational and Environmental Health, 7, 185-193, 1985.

95. DiZio, P.D. and Lackner, J.R. Perceived orientation, motion, and configuration of the body during viewing of an off-vertical rotating surface. Percept & Psychophysics, 39, 39-46, 1986.

96. Lackner, J.R. and Graybiel, A. The effective intensity of Coriolis, cross-coupling stimulation is gravitoinertial force dependent: Implications for space motion sickness. Aviat, Space & Environ Med, 57, 229-235, 1986.

97. Lackner, J.R. and Graybiel, A. Sudden emesis following parabolic flight maneuvers: Implications for space motion sickness. Aviat, Space & Environ Med, 57, 343-347, 1986.

98. Lackner, J.R. and Graybiel, A. Head movements made in non-terrestrial force environments elicit symptoms of motion sickness: Implications for the etiology of space motion sickness. Aviat, Space & Environ Med, 57, 443-448, 1986.

99. Evanoff, J.N. and Lackner, J.R. Influence of voluntary ocular deviation on vestibular nystagmus. Acta Oto-Laryngologica, 102, 450-456. 1986.

100. Lackner, J.R. and Graybiel, A. Head movements in low and high gravitoinertial force environments elicit motion sickness: Implications for space motion sickness. Aviat, Space & Environ Med, 58, A212-A217, 1987.

101. DiZio, P., Lackner, J.R., and Evanoff, J.N. The influence of gravitointertial force level on oculomotor and perceptual responses to Coriolis, cross-coupling stimulation. Aviat, Space & Environ Med, 58, A218-A223, 1987.

102. DiZio, P., Lackner, J.R., and Evanoff, J.N. The influence of gravitoinertial force level on oculomotor and perceptual responses to sudden-stop stimulation. Aviat, Space & Environ Med, 58, A224-A230, 1987.

103. Graybiel, A. and Lackner, J.R. Treatment of severe motion sickness with antimotion sickness drug injections. Aviat Space & Environ Med, 58, 773-776, 1987.

104. Lackner, J.R., Graybiel, A., Johnson, W.H., and Money, K.E. Asymmetric otolith function and increased susceptibility to motion sickness during exposure to variations in gravitoinertial acceleration level. Aviat, Space & Environ Med, 58, 652-657, 1987.

105. Evanoff, J.N. and Lackner, J.R. Influence of maintained ocular deviation on the spatial displacement component of the oculogyral illusion. Perception and Psychophysics, 42(1), 25-28, 1987.

106. Lackner, J.R. Sensory-motor adaptation to non-terrestrial force levels. In: M. Igarashi, K. Nute, (Eds.) Proceedings of the Symposium on Vestibular Organs and Altered Force Environments, NASA/USRA:Houston,TX, October 15, 1987, pp 69-77.

107. Evanoff, J.N. and Lackner, J.R. Some proprioceptive influences on the spatial displacement component of the oculogyral illusion. Perception and Psychophysics, 43, 526-530, 1988.

108. Lackner, J.R. Some proprioceptive influences on the perceptual representation of body shape and orientation. Brain, 111:281-297, 1988.

109. DiZio, P. and Lackner, J.R. The effects of gravitoinertial force level and head movements on post-rotational nystagmus and illusory after-rotation. Experimental Brain Research, 70, 485-495, 1988.

110. Lackner, J.R. and DiZio, P. Visual stimulation affects the perception of voluntary leg movements during walking. Perception, 17, 71-80, 1988.

111. DiZio, P. and Lackner, J.R. Perceived self-motion elicited by post-rotary head tilts in a varying gravitoinertial force background. Perception and Psychophysics, 46(2), 114-118, 1989.

112. Lackner, J.R., DiZio, P. Gravitational effects on nystagmus and perception of orientation. In: B.Cohen and V.Henn (Eds). Repre-sensation of Three Dimensional Space in the Vestibular, Oculomotor, and Visual Systems. NY Acad Sci, Vol.545, pp 93-104, 1989.

113. Lackner, J.R. and DiZio, P. Altered sensory-motor control of the head as an etiological factor in space motion sickness. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 68, 784-786, 1989.

114. Kirienko, N.M, Money, K.E., Johnson, W.H., DiZio, P., Evanoff, J.N., Lackner, J.R., Markham, C.H., Diamond, S.G. and Watt, G.D.G. Dysgravic torsion: a new form of ocular torsion. Proceedings, Spacebound 89. Second Canadian Workshop on the Opportunities for Microgravity Sciences on Board the Space Station, Ottawa, Canada, pp 121-128, May 1989.

115. Lackner, J.R. Human Orientation, Adaptation, and Movement Control. In: Motion sickness, Visual Displays, and Armored Vehicle Design, National Research Council, Washington, D.C. National Academy Press, Washington, D.C., 29-50, 1989.

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