Publications, 1990-99

116. Lackner, J.R. Sensory-motor adaptation to high force levels in parabolic flight maneuvers. In: M. Jeannerod (Ed). Attention and Performance, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Hillsdale, NJ, Vol. 13, pp. 527-548, 1990.

117. DiZio, P. and Lackner, J.R. Sensory-motor factors triggering the suppression of post-rotary vestibular responses in different gravitoinertial force backgrounds. Experimental Brain Research, 80, 345-350, 1990. Download PDF

118. DiZio, P. and Lackner, J.R. Age differences in oculomotor responses to step changes in body velocity and visual surround velocity. Journal of Gerontology: Medical Science, 45, 89-94, 1990.

119. Cheung, B., Money, K., Howard, I., Kirienko, N.M., Johnson, W.H., Lackner, J.R. and DiZio, P. Human ocular torsion during parabolic flight: an investigation using electromagnetic scleral search coil. Proceedings, Second Workshop on Microgravity Experimentation, Ottawa, Canada, pp 139-146, May 1990.

120. DiZio, P. and Lackner, J.R. Motion sickness susceptibility in parabolic flight and velocity storage activity. Aviat Space & Environ Med, 62:300-307, 1991. Download PDF

121. Lackner, J.R. and DiZio, P. Decreased susceptibility to motion sickness during exposure to visual inversion in weightlessness: implications for space motion sickness. Aviat Space & Environ Med, 62:206-211, 1991.

122. Lackner, J.R., DiZio, P. Space adaptation syndrome: multiple etiological factors and individual differences. Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences, 81(2):89-100, 1991.

123. Lackner, J.R., Graybiel, A., and DiZio, P. Altered sensory-motor control of the body as an etiological factor in space motion sickness. Aviat Space & Environ Med,62:765-771, 1991.

124. Lackner, J.R., DiZio, P. Etiological factors in space motion sickness. International Medical Conference on the Vestibular Nervous System in Space. NASDA\Mitsubishi Research Institute, March 1991, pp. 95-112.

125. Lackner, J.R. and DiZio, P. Gravitational, inertial, and Coriolis force influences on nystagmus, motion sickness, and perceived head trajectory. In: A. Berthoz, W. Graf, and P.P. Vidal (Eds.), The Head-Neck Sensory-Motor Symposium. Oxford University Press: NY, pp 216-222, 1992.

126. DiZio, P. and Lackner, J.R. Influence of gravitoinertial force level on vestibular and visual velocity storage in yaw and pitch. Vision Research, 32(1):111-120, 1992. Download PDF

127. Lackner, J.R., DiZio, P. Sensory-motor calibration processes constraining the perception of force and motion during locomotion. Posture and Gait: Control Mechanisms, vol.1, University of Oregon Books, pp. 93-104, 1992.

128. Lackner, J.R. Sense of body position in parabolic flight. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 656:329-339, 1992.

129. Lackner, J.R., DiZio, P., and Fisk, John D. Tonic vibration reflexes and background force level. Acta Astronautica, 26(2):133-136, 1992.

130. Lackner, James R. Neurovestibular consequences of microgravity. Proceedings of NACOB II, The Second North American Congress on Biomechanics, pp. 125-126, 1992.

131. Lackner, J.R., DiZio, P. Gravitoinertial force level affects the appreciation of limb position during muscle vibration. Brain Research, 592:175-180, 1992.

132. Lackner, J.R. Spatial orientation in weightless environments. Perception, 21:803-812, 1992.

133. Lackner, J.R. Multimodal and motor influences on orientation: Implications for adapting to weightless and virtual environments. J Vestibular Research, 2:307-322, 1992.

134. DiZio, P., Lackner, J.R. Spatial orientation, adaptation and motion sickness in real and virtual environments. Presence, 1(3):319-328, 1992.

135. Cheung, B., Money, K., Howard, I., Kirienko, N., Johnson, W., Lackner, J.R., DiZio, P. Human ocular torsion during parabolic flight. Experimental Brain Research, 90:180-188, 1993.

136. Fisk, J., Lackner, J.R., DiZio, P. Gravitoinertial force level influences arm movement control. J Neurophys, 69(2):504-511, 1993.

137. Lackner JR, DiZio P. Spatial stability, voluntary action and causal attribution during self-locomotion. J Vestibular Research, 3:15-23, 1993.

138. Lackner, J.R. Orientation and movement in unusual force environments. Psychological Science, 4(3):134-142, 1993.

139. Lackner JR, DiZio P. Multisensory, cognitive, and motor influences on human spatial orientation in weightlessness. J Vestibular Research, 3(3):361-372, 1993.

140. Lackner, J.R., Graybiel, A. Use of promethazine to hasten adaptation to provocative motion. J Clinical Pharmacology, 34:644-648, 1994.

141. DiZio, P., Lackner, J.R., Lathan, C.E. The role of brachial muscle spindle signals in assignment of visual direction. J Neurophysiology, 70(4): 1578-1584, 1993. Download PDF

142. Holden M, Ventura J, Lackner JR. Stabilization of posture by precision contact of the index finger. J Vestibular Research, 4(4):285-301, 1994. Download PDF

143. Jeka, J.J., Lackner, J.R. Fingertip contact influences human postural control. Experimental Brain Research, 100(3): 495-502, 1994

144. Lackner, J.R., DiZio, P. Rapid adaptation to Coriolis force perturbations of arm trajectory. J. Neurophysiol., 72(1): 299-313, 1994

145. Lackner JR. The equilibrium system of astronauts. Inst. di Audiologica, Milan Italy, 1994.

146. Jeka J, Lackner JR. The role of haptic cues from rough and slippery surfaces on human postural control. Exp Brain Res, 103:267-276, 1995. Download PDF

147. Lackner JR, Collins D. The United States Air Force spatial orientation program. J Vest Res, 5, 1995. Download PDF

148. DiZio P, Lackner JR. Motor adaptation to Coriolis force perturbations of reaching movements: Endpoint but not trajectory adaptation transfers to the non-exposed arm. J Neurophysiol, 74(4): 1787-1792, 1995. Download PDF

149. DiZio P, Lackner JR. Inertial Coriolis force perturbations of arm and head movements reveal common, non-vestibular mechanisms. In: Multisensory control of posture (Mergner T., Hlavacka F. Eds), Plenum Press, NY, 331-338, 1995. Download PDF

150. Jeka, J.J. and Lackner, J.R. Fingertip touch as an orientation reference for human postural control. In: Multisensory control of posture (Mergner T., Hlavacka F. Eds), Plenum Press, NY, 213-221, 1995. Download PDF

151. Money K, Lackner JR, Cheung R. The autonomic nervous system and motion sickness. In: Vestibular Autonomic regulation. Yates BJ, Miller AD (eds), CRC Press, 1996.
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152. Jeka JJ, Easton RD, Bentzen BL, Lackner JR. Haptic cues for orientation and postural control in sighted and blind individuals. Perception & Psychophysics, 58(3):409-423, 1996. Download PDF

153. Lackner JR, DiZio P. Motor function in microgravity: movement in weightlessness. Current Opinion in Neurobiology, 6:744-750, 1996. Download PDF

154. Lackner JR. Motion sickness. In: Encyclopedia of Neuroscience 642, 2nd edition, CD-ROM version, G. Adelman, B. Smith (eds). Amsterdam: Elsevier Science, 1996. Download PDF

155. Jeka JJ, Schoner G, Dijkstra T, Ribeiro P, Lackner JR. Coupling of fingertip somatosensory information to head and body sway. Exp Brain Res, 113: 475-483, 1997. Download PDF

156. Leslie KR, Stickgold R, DiZio P, Lackner JR, Hobson JA. The effect of optokinetic stimulation on daytime sleepiness. Archives Italiennes de Biologie, 135: 1-10, 1997. Download PDF

157. DiZio P, Li W, Lackner JR, Matin L. Combined influences of gravitoinerital force level and visual field pitch on visually perceived eye level. J Vest Res, 7(2): 1-12, 1997. Download PDF

158. DiZio P, Lackner JR. Circumventing Side Effects of Immersive Virtual Environments. In Advances in Human Factors/Ergonomics. Vol. 21 Design of Computing Systems (Smith MJ, Salvendy G, and Koubek RJ Eds.) Elsevier, Amsterdam, 893-397, 1997. Download PDF

159. Lackner JR, DiZio P. The role of reafference in recalibration of limb movement control and locomotion. J Vest Res, 7(2/3): 1-8, 1997. Download PDF

160. Lackner JR, DiZio P. Sensory motor coordination in an artificial gravity environment. J Gravit Physiol., Jul; 4(2): P9-12, 1997. Download PDF

161. Easton R, Greene AJ, DiZio P, Lackner JR. Auditory cues for orientation and postural control in sighted and congenitally blind people. Exp Brain Res, 118(4):541-550, 1998. Download PDF

162. Lackner JR, DiZio P. Spatial orientation as a component of presence: insights gained from nonterrestrial environments. Presence, 7(2): 108-115, 1998. Download PDF

163. Jeka JJ, Ribeiro P, Oie K, Lackner JR. The structure of somatosensory information for human postural control. Motor Control, 2:13-33, 1998. Download PDF

164. Stanney K, Salvendy G, DiZio P, Lackner J, et al. Aftereffects and sense of presence in virtual environments: Formulation of a research and development agenda. International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, L. Erlbaum Assoc.,10(2), 135-187, 1998. Download PDF

165. Lackner JR, DiZio P. Gravitoinerital force background level affects adaptation to Coriolis force perturbations of reaching movements. J. Neurophysiology, 80: 546-553, 1998. Download PDF

166. Lackner JR, DiZio P. Adaptation in a rotating artificial gravity environment. Brain Res Reviews, 28: 194-202, 1998. Download PDF

167. DiZio P, Lackner JR. Motor control and adaptation in a rotating artificial gravity environment. Proceedings of the First Biennial Space Biomedical Investigators’ Workshop, Jan 11-13, 1999, League City TX, pp. 413-415. Download PDF

168. Rabin E, Bortolami SB, DiZio P, Lackner JR. Haptic stabilization of posture: Changes in arm proprioception and cutaneous feedback for different arm orientations. J Neurophysiol. 82: 3541-3549, 1999. Download PDF

169. Lackner JR, DiZio P, Jeka JJ, Horak F, Krebs D, Rabin E. Precision contact of the fingertip reduces postural sway of individuals with bilateral vestibular loss. Exp. Brain Res., 126: 459-466, 1999. Download PDF

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