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Linear Acceleration Perception: Threshold Determinations With the Use of a Parallel Swing

Linear Acceleration Perception: Threshold Determinations With the Use of a Parallel Swing Abstract The parallel swing is a useful tool to collect data on the functioning of the otolithic system. In 12 human subjects experiments were conducted with the parallel swing to determine the threshold of perception for movements of this swing. The effect of different body positions on this threshold was also determined. In another series of experiments the amplitude of the sinusoidal compensatory eye movements was investigated when the swing was oscillating with an amplitude of 12.5 cm, as well as with an amplitude of 25 cm. References 1. Flourens P: Recherches expérimentals sur les proprieétés et les fonctions du système nerveux dans les animaux vertébrés . Paris, J-B Baillière 1824. 2. Goltz F: Uber die physiologische Bedeutung der Bogengänge des Ohrlabyrinthes . Pflügers Arch 3:172-192, 1870.Crossref 3. Mach E: Grundlinien der Lehre von den Bewegungsempfindungen . Leipzig, W. Engelmann, 1875. 4. Breuer J: Uber die Funktion der Bogengänge des Ohrlabyrinthes . Wien Med Jahrb 4:72-124, 1874. 5. Breuer J: Beiträge zur Lehre von Statischen Sinne . Wien Med Jahrb 5:87-156, 1875. 6. Breuer J: Uber die Funktion der Otolinthen-Apparate . Pflügers Arch 48:195-306, 1891.Crossref 7. Crum Brown A: Our sensations of motion . Nature 40:449-453, 1889. 8. Groen JJ: The semicircular canal system of the organs of equilibrium . Physiol Med Biol 1:103-117, 1956.Crossref 9. Jongkees LBW: De physiologische prikkel voor het evenwichtsorgaan . Ned Tijdschr Geneeskd 88:198-200, 1944. 10. Jongkees LBW, Groen JJ: The nature of the vestibular stimulus . J Laryngol 61:529-541, 1946.Crossref 11. Lowenstein O, Roberts TDM: The equilibrium of the otolith organs of the Thornback Ray (Raja Clavata) . J Physiol 110:392-415, 1950. 12. Collins WE, Guedry FE: Arousal effects and nystagmus during prolonged constant angular acceleration . Acta Otolaryngol (Stockh) 54:349-362, 1962.Crossref 13. Janeke JB, Oosterveld WJ: The effect of gravity on central and vestibular eye movements . Med Proc Mediese Bijdraes 15:26,449-453. 1969. 14. Tait J, McNally WJ: Some features of the action of the utricular maculae (and of the associated action of the semicircular canals) of the frog . Philos Trans R Soc Lond Biol Sci 224:241-286, 1934.Crossref 15. Ulrich H: Die Funktion der Otolithen, geprüft durch direkte mechanische Beeinflüssung des Utriculotolithen am lebenden Hecht . Pflügers Arch 235:545-553, 1934.Crossref 16. Walsh EG: Perception of linear motion following unilateral labyrinthectomy: Variation of threshold according to the orientation of the head . J Physiol 153:350-357, 1960. 17. Brandt U: The cause and practical importance of oculographic illusions . Acta Otolaryngol (Stockh) 54:127-135, 1962.Crossref 18. Graybiel A: Oculographic illusion . Arch Ophthal 48:605-612, 1952.Crossref 19. Graybiel A, Clark B: The Validity of the Oculographic Illusion as a Specific Indicator of Otolithic Function. BuMed Project MR005.13-6001 Subtask 1, Report No. 67 and NASA Order No. R-37, Pensacola, Fla, Naval School of Aviation Medicine, 1963. 20. Graybiel A, Woellner RC: A new and objective method for measuring ocular torsion . Am J Ophthal 47:349-352, 1959. 21. Guedry FE, Harris CS, Correia MJ: A Note on Ocular Motility During Side-to-Side Oscillation on the Parallel Swing. BuMed Project MR005.13-6001 Subtask 1, Report No. 91 and NASA Order No. R-93, Pensacola, Fla, Naval School of Aviation Medicine, 1964. 22. Miller EF: Counterrolling of the human eyes produced by head tilt with respect to gravity . Acta Otolaryngol (Stockh) 54:429-501, 1962.Crossref 23. Fleisch A: Tonische Labyrinthreflexe auf die Augenstellung . Pflügers Arch 194:554-573, 1922.Crossref 24. Janeke JB: On Nystagmus and Otoliths, thesis. Amsterdam, 1968. 25. de Wit G: Seasickness (motion sickness), a labyrinthological study . Acta Otolaryngol (Stockh) , (suppl 108) , pp 7-56, 1953. 26. Oosterveld WJ: The parallel swing . Arch Otolaryngol 91:154-157, 1970.Crossref 27. Szentagothai J: Die Rolle der einzelnen Labyrinthrezeptoren bei der Orientation von Augen und Kopf im Raume . Budapest, Akademiai Kiado, 1952. 28. Jongkees LBW, Philipszoon AJ: Some nystagmographical methods for the investigation of the effect of drugs upon the labyrinth . Acta Physiol Pharmacol Neerl 9:240-275, 1960. 29. Sjöberg A: Experimentelle Studien über den Auslosungsmechanismus der Seekrankheit . Acta Otolaryngol (Stockh) , (suppl 14) , pp 1-136, 1931. 30. Gottesberge A, Plester D: Nachweis der statischen Funktion des Sacculus beim Menschen . Arch Ohren Nasen Kehlkopfheilkd 184:254-258, 1965.Crossref 31. Owada K, Shizu S, Kimura K: The influence of the utricle on nystagmus . Acta Otolaryngol (Stockh) 52:215-220, 1960.Crossref 32. Fernandez C, Alzate R, Lindsay JR: Experimental observations on postural nystagmus in the cat . Ann Oto Rhinol Laryngol 68:816-820, 1959. 33. Clark B, Graybiel A: Perception of the Postural Vertical Following Prolonged Bodily Tilt in Normals and in Subjects With Vestibular Defects. BuMed Project MR005.13-6001 Subtask 1, Report No. 81 and NASA Order No. R-37, Pensacola, Fla, Naval School of Aviation Medicine, 1963. 34. Jongkees LBW: Some remarks on the function of the vestibular organ . J Laryngol 74:511-530, 1960.Crossref 35. Mann CW: The Effect of Auditory-Vestibular Nerve Pathology on Space Perception. Joint Project NM 001 063.01.22, Report No. 22, Pensacola, Fla, Tulane University and US Naval School of Aviation Medicine, 1951. 36. McCabe BF: Nystagmus response of the otolith organs . Laryngoscope 74:372-376, 1964.Crossref 37. Passey GE, Guedry FE: Perception of the vertical: II. Adaption effects in four planes . J Exp Psychol 39:700-707, 1949.Crossref 38. Wing ME: The Response of the Otolith Organs to Tilt. SAM-TDR-62-132. Brooks Air Force Base, Texas, School of Aerospace Medicine, 1962. 39. Cramer RL: Response of mammalian gravity receptors to sustained tilt . Aerospace Med 33:663-666, 1962. 40. Bos JH, Jongkees LBW, Philipszoon AJ: On the action of linear accelerations upon the otoliths . Acta Otolaryngol (Stockh) 56:477-481, 1963.Crossref 41. Groen JJ: In Oosterveld WJ: Duizeligheid . Stafleu, Leiden, Nederl Bibliotheek Geneesk. 1968, vol 36, pp 46-62. 42. Jongkees LBW: On the otoliths: Their function and the way to test them, NASA, sp 152. Third Symposium on the Role of the Vestibular Organs in Space Exploration, 1967. 43. Jongkees LBW, Groen JJ: A quantitative analysis of the reactions of a person after loss of the function of both inner ears . J Laryngol 64:135-140, 1950.Crossref 44. Lansberg MP: Some considerations and investigations in the field of labyrinthine function . Aeromed Acta 3:209-277, 1954. 45. Martin N, Oosterveld WJ: The vestibular effects of meclizine hydrochloride-niazin combination (Antivert) . Acta Otolaryngol (Stockh) 70:6-9, 1970.Crossref 46. Oosterveld WJ, Zelig S: Effects of a combination of chlorcyclizine hydrochloride and cinnarizine on the linear acceleration test . Acta Physiol Pharmacol Neerl 13:348-354, 1965. 47. Oosterveld WJ: De werkzaamheid van twee middelen tegen zeeziekte beoordeeld naar hun effect op de vestibulaire oogbewegingen . Ned Tijdschr Geneeskd 109:844-849, 1965. 48. Oosterveld WJ: The effect of UCB 1402 on vestibular nystagmus . Pract Otorhinolaryngol 29:57-63, 1967. 49. Walsh EG: Sensations aroused by rhythmically repeated linear motion-phase relationships . J Physiol 155:53-54, 1961. 50. Walsh EG: The role of the vestibular apparatus in the perception of motion on a parallel swing . J Physiol 155:506-513, 1961. 51. Walsh EG: The perception of rhythmically repeated linear motion in the horizontal plane . Br J Psychol 53:439-445, 1962.Crossref 52. Bergstedt M: Studies of positional nystagmus and linear acceleration with nystagmographic techniques. Read before the Second World and Fourth European Aviation and Space Medicine Congress. Rome, 1959. 53. Bergstedt M: The effect of gravitational force on the vestibular caloric test . Acta Otolaryngol (Stockh) 53:551-562, 1961.Crossref 54. Oosterveld WJ, van der Laarse WD: The effect of gravity on vestibular nystagmus . Aerospace Med 40:382-385, 1969. 55. Huizinga E: Physiological and clinical importance of experimental work on pigeon's labyrinth . J Laryngol 69:260-268, 1955.Crossref 56. Walsh EG: Sensibility of patients to linear acceleration after unilateral labyrinthectomy . J Physiol 149:33-34, 1959. 57. Oosterveld WJ: The effect of gravity on positional alcohol nystagmus . Aerospace Med 41:5, 557-560, 1970. 58. Oosterveld WJ, Janeke JB, Jongkees LBW: On the vestibular threshold . Adv Otorhinolaryngol 17:180-190, 1970. 59. Bergstedt M: Studies of positional nystagmus in the human centrifuge . Acta Otolaryngol (Stockh) , (suppl 165) , pp 1-144, 1961. 60. Harris CS, Guedry FE, Graybiel A: Positional Alcohol Nystagmus in Relation to Labyrinthine Function. BuMed Project MR005.13-6001 Subtask 1, Report No. 76 and NASA Order No. R-47, Pensacola, Fla, Naval School of Aviation Medicine, 1962. 61. Jongkees LBW, Philipszoon AJ: Nystagmus provoked by linear accelerations . Acta Physiol Pharmacol Neerl 10:239-247, 1962. 62. Niven JI, Hixson WC, Correia J: Elicitation of horizontal nystagmus by periodic linear acceleration . Acta Otolaryngol (Stockh) 62:429-441, 1966.Crossref 63. Clark B, Graybiel A: Apparent rotation of fixed target associated with linear acceleration in flight . Am J Ophthal 32:549-557, 1949. 64. Oosterveld WJ: Threshold value for stimulation of the horizontal semicircular canals . Aerospace Med 41:4, 386-389, 1970. 65. Jongkees LBW: Vestibular tests . Arch Otolaryngol 85:548-551, 1967.Crossref 66. Guedry FE, Harris CS: Labyrinthine Function Related to Experiments on the Parallel Swing. BuMed Project MR005.13-6001 Subtask 1, Report No. 86 and NASA Order No. R-93, Pensacola, Fla, Naval School of Aviation Medicine, 1963. 67. Scholtz HJ: Kompensatorische Augenbewegungen auf der parallelschwingenden Horizontalschaukel bei Gesunden und Vestibulariskranken . Z Laryngol Rhinol 51:46-57, 1972. 68. Jongkees LBW: The influence of some drugs upon the function of the labyrinth . Acta Otolaryngol (Stockh) 53:281-285, 1961.Crossref 69. Jongkees LBW, Philipszoon AJ: Electronystagmography . Acta Otolaryngol (Stockh) , (suppl 189) , 1964. 70. Kornhuber HH: Physiologie und Klinik des zentralvestibulären Systems , in Berendes J, Link R, Zöllner F (eds): Hals-, Nasen-und Ohrenheilk . Stuttgart, Thieme, 1965, vol 3, section 3. 71. Correia MJ, Guedry EF: Phase Relations Between Sinusoidal Ocular Displacement and Parallel Swing Displacement in Normal and Labyrinthine Defective Subjects. BuMed Project MR005.13-6001 Subtask 1, Report No. 92 and NASA Order No. R-93, Pensacola, Fla, Naval School of Aviation Medicine, 1964. 72. van Egmond AAJ, Groen JJ, Jongkees LBW: The function of the vestibular organ . Pract Otorhinolaryngol , (suppl 2) , 14, pp 1-109, 1952. 73. von Békésy G: Uber die Starke der Vibrationsempfindung und Ihre objective Messung . Akust Z 5:113-124, 1940. 74. Benson AJ, Whiteside TCD: The effect of linear acceleration on the response to angular acceleration in man . J Physiol 156:633-638, 1961. 75. Janeke JB, Jongkees LBW, Oosterveld WJ: Relationship between otoliths and nystagmus . Acta Otolaryngol (Stockh) 69:1-6, 1970.Crossref 76. Young LR: Effects of linear acceleration on vestibular nystagmus, in NASA, SP-152, Third Symposium on the Role of the Vestibular Organs in Space Exploration, 1967. pp 383-390. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archives of Otolaryngology American Medical Association

Linear Acceleration Perception: Threshold Determinations With the Use of a Parallel Swing

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Abstract The parallel swing is a useful tool to collect data on the functioning of the otolithic system. In 12 human subjects experiments were conducted with the parallel swing to determine the threshold of perception for movements of this swing. The effect of different body positions on this threshold was also determined. In another series of experiments the amplitude of the sinusoidal compensatory eye movements was investigated when the swing was oscillating with an amplitude of 12.5 cm, as well as with an amplitude of 25 cm. References 1. Flourens P: Recherches expérimentals sur les proprieétés et les fonctions du système nerveux dans les animaux vertébrés . Paris, J-B Baillière 1824. 2. Goltz F: Uber die physiologische Bedeutung der Bogengänge des Ohrlabyrinthes . Pflügers Arch 3:172-192, 1870.Crossref 3. Mach E: Grundlinien der Lehre von den Bewegungsempfindungen . Leipzig, W. Engelmann, 1875. 4. Breuer J: Uber die Funktion der Bogengänge des Ohrlabyrinthes . Wien Med Jahrb 4:72-124, 1874. 5. Breuer J: Beiträge zur Lehre von Statischen Sinne . Wien Med Jahrb 5:87-156, 1875. 6. Breuer J: Uber die Funktion der Otolinthen-Apparate . Pflügers Arch 48:195-306, 1891.Crossref 7. Crum Brown A: Our sensations of motion . Nature 40:449-453, 1889. 8. Groen JJ: The semicircular canal system of the organs of equilibrium . Physiol Med Biol 1:103-117, 1956.Crossref 9. Jongkees LBW: De physiologische prikkel voor het evenwichtsorgaan . Ned Tijdschr Geneeskd 88:198-200, 1944. 10. Jongkees LBW, Groen JJ: The nature of the vestibular stimulus . J Laryngol 61:529-541, 1946.Crossref 11. Lowenstein O, Roberts TDM: The equilibrium of the otolith organs of the Thornback Ray (Raja Clavata) . J Physiol 110:392-415, 1950. 12. Collins WE, Guedry FE: Arousal effects and nystagmus during prolonged constant angular acceleration . Acta Otolaryngol (Stockh) 54:349-362, 1962.Crossref 13. Janeke JB, Oosterveld WJ: The effect of gravity on central and vestibular eye movements . Med Proc Mediese Bijdraes 15:26,449-453. 1969. 14. Tait J, McNally WJ: Some features of the action of the utricular maculae (and of the associated action of the semicircular canals) of the frog . Philos Trans R Soc Lond Biol Sci 224:241-286, 1934.Crossref 15. Ulrich H: Die Funktion der Otolithen, geprüft durch direkte mechanische Beeinflüssung des Utriculotolithen am lebenden Hecht . Pflügers Arch 235:545-553, 1934.Crossref 16. Walsh EG: Perception of linear motion following unilateral labyrinthectomy: Variation of threshold according to the orientation of the head . J Physiol 153:350-357, 1960. 17. Brandt U: The cause and practical importance of oculographic illusions . Acta Otolaryngol (Stockh) 54:127-135, 1962.Crossref 18. Graybiel A: Oculographic illusion . Arch Ophthal 48:605-612, 1952.Crossref 19. Graybiel A, Clark B: The Validity of the Oculographic Illusion as a Specific Indicator of Otolithic Function. BuMed Project MR005.13-6001 Subtask 1, Report No. 67 and NASA Order No. R-37, Pensacola, Fla, Naval School of Aviation Medicine, 1963. 20. Graybiel A, Woellner RC: A new and objective method for measuring ocular torsion . Am J Ophthal 47:349-352, 1959. 21. Guedry FE, Harris CS, Correia MJ: A Note on Ocular Motility During Side-to-Side Oscillation on the Parallel Swing. BuMed Project MR005.13-6001 Subtask 1, Report No. 91 and NASA Order No. R-93, Pensacola, Fla, Naval School of Aviation Medicine, 1964. 22. Miller EF: Counterrolling of the human eyes produced by head tilt with respect to gravity . Acta Otolaryngol (Stockh) 54:429-501, 1962.Crossref 23. Fleisch A: Tonische Labyrinthreflexe auf die Augenstellung . Pflügers Arch 194:554-573, 1922.Crossref 24. Janeke JB: On Nystagmus and Otoliths, thesis. Amsterdam, 1968. 25. de Wit G: Seasickness (motion sickness), a labyrinthological study . Acta Otolaryngol (Stockh) , (suppl 108) , pp 7-56, 1953. 26. Oosterveld WJ: The parallel swing . Arch Otolaryngol 91:154-157, 1970.Crossref 27. Szentagothai J: Die Rolle der einzelnen Labyrinthrezeptoren bei der Orientation von Augen und Kopf im Raume . Budapest, Akademiai Kiado, 1952. 28. Jongkees LBW, Philipszoon AJ: Some nystagmographical methods for the investigation of the effect of drugs upon the labyrinth . Acta Physiol Pharmacol Neerl 9:240-275, 1960. 29. Sjöberg A: Experimentelle Studien über den Auslosungsmechanismus der Seekrankheit . Acta Otolaryngol (Stockh) , (suppl 14) , pp 1-136, 1931. 30. Gottesberge A, Plester D: Nachweis der statischen Funktion des Sacculus beim Menschen . Arch Ohren Nasen Kehlkopfheilkd 184:254-258, 1965.Crossref 31. Owada K, Shizu S, Kimura K: The influence of the utricle on nystagmus . Acta Otolaryngol (Stockh) 52:215-220, 1960.Crossref 32. Fernandez C, Alzate R, Lindsay JR: Experimental observations on postural nystagmus in the cat . Ann Oto Rhinol Laryngol 68:816-820, 1959. 33. Clark B, Graybiel A: Perception of the Postural Vertical Following Prolonged Bodily Tilt in Normals and in Subjects With Vestibular Defects. BuMed Project MR005.13-6001 Subtask 1, Report No. 81 and NASA Order No. R-37, Pensacola, Fla, Naval School of Aviation Medicine, 1963. 34. Jongkees LBW: Some remarks on the function of the vestibular organ . J Laryngol 74:511-530, 1960.Crossref 35. Mann CW: The Effect of Auditory-Vestibular Nerve Pathology on Space Perception. Joint Project NM 001 063.01.22, Report No. 22, Pensacola, Fla, Tulane University and US Naval School of Aviation Medicine, 1951. 36. McCabe BF: Nystagmus response of the otolith organs . Laryngoscope 74:372-376, 1964.Crossref 37. Passey GE, Guedry FE: Perception of the vertical: II. Adaption effects in four planes . J Exp Psychol 39:700-707, 1949.Crossref 38. Wing ME: The Response of the Otolith Organs to Tilt. SAM-TDR-62-132. Brooks Air Force Base, Texas, School of Aerospace Medicine, 1962. 39. Cramer RL: Response of mammalian gravity receptors to sustained tilt . Aerospace Med 33:663-666, 1962. 40. Bos JH, Jongkees LBW, Philipszoon AJ: On the action of linear accelerations upon the otoliths . Acta Otolaryngol (Stockh) 56:477-481, 1963.Crossref 41. Groen JJ: In Oosterveld WJ: Duizeligheid . Stafleu, Leiden, Nederl Bibliotheek Geneesk. 1968, vol 36, pp 46-62. 42. Jongkees LBW: On the otoliths: Their function and the way to test them, NASA, sp 152. Third Symposium on the Role of the Vestibular Organs in Space Exploration, 1967. 43. Jongkees LBW, Groen JJ: A quantitative analysis of the reactions of a person after loss of the function of both inner ears . J Laryngol 64:135-140, 1950.Crossref 44. Lansberg MP: Some considerations and investigations in the field of labyrinthine function . Aeromed Acta 3:209-277, 1954. 45. Martin N, Oosterveld WJ: The vestibular effects of meclizine hydrochloride-niazin combination (Antivert) . Acta Otolaryngol (Stockh) 70:6-9, 1970.Crossref 46. Oosterveld WJ, Zelig S: Effects of a combination of chlorcyclizine hydrochloride and cinnarizine on the linear acceleration test . Acta Physiol Pharmacol Neerl 13:348-354, 1965. 47. Oosterveld WJ: De werkzaamheid van twee middelen tegen zeeziekte beoordeeld naar hun effect op de vestibulaire oogbewegingen . Ned Tijdschr Geneeskd 109:844-849, 1965. 48. Oosterveld WJ: The effect of UCB 1402 on vestibular nystagmus . Pract Otorhinolaryngol 29:57-63, 1967. 49. Walsh EG: Sensations aroused by rhythmically repeated linear motion-phase relationships . J Physiol 155:53-54, 1961. 50. Walsh EG: The role of the vestibular apparatus in the perception of motion on a parallel swing . J Physiol 155:506-513, 1961. 51. Walsh EG: The perception of rhythmically repeated linear motion in the horizontal plane . Br J Psychol 53:439-445, 1962.Crossref 52. Bergstedt M: Studies of positional nystagmus and linear acceleration with nystagmographic techniques. Read before the Second World and Fourth European Aviation and Space Medicine Congress. Rome, 1959. 53. Bergstedt M: The effect of gravitational force on the vestibular caloric test . Acta Otolaryngol (Stockh) 53:551-562, 1961.Crossref 54. Oosterveld WJ, van der Laarse WD: The effect of gravity on vestibular nystagmus . Aerospace Med 40:382-385, 1969. 55. Huizinga E: Physiological and clinical importance of experimental work on pigeon's labyrinth . J Laryngol 69:260-268, 1955.Crossref 56. Walsh EG: Sensibility of patients to linear acceleration after unilateral labyrinthectomy . J Physiol 149:33-34, 1959. 57. Oosterveld WJ: The effect of gravity on positional alcohol nystagmus . Aerospace Med 41:5, 557-560, 1970. 58. Oosterveld WJ, Janeke JB, Jongkees LBW: On the vestibular threshold . Adv Otorhinolaryngol 17:180-190, 1970. 59. Bergstedt M: Studies of positional nystagmus in the human centrifuge . Acta Otolaryngol (Stockh) , (suppl 165) , pp 1-144, 1961. 60. Harris CS, Guedry FE, Graybiel A: Positional Alcohol Nystagmus in Relation to Labyrinthine Function. BuMed Project MR005.13-6001 Subtask 1, Report No. 76 and NASA Order No. R-47, Pensacola, Fla, Naval School of Aviation Medicine, 1962. 61. Jongkees LBW, Philipszoon AJ: Nystagmus provoked by linear accelerations . Acta Physiol Pharmacol Neerl 10:239-247, 1962. 62. Niven JI, Hixson WC, Correia J: Elicitation of horizontal nystagmus by periodic linear acceleration . Acta Otolaryngol (Stockh) 62:429-441, 1966.Crossref 63. Clark B, Graybiel A: Apparent rotation of fixed target associated with linear acceleration in flight . Am J Ophthal 32:549-557, 1949. 64. Oosterveld WJ: Threshold value for stimulation of the horizontal semicircular canals . Aerospace Med 41:4, 386-389, 1970. 65. Jongkees LBW: Vestibular tests . Arch Otolaryngol 85:548-551, 1967.Crossref 66. Guedry FE, Harris CS: Labyrinthine Function Related to Experiments on the Parallel Swing. BuMed Project MR005.13-6001 Subtask 1, Report No. 86 and NASA Order No. R-93, Pensacola, Fla, Naval School of Aviation Medicine, 1963. 67. Scholtz HJ: Kompensatorische Augenbewegungen auf der parallelschwingenden Horizontalschaukel bei Gesunden und Vestibulariskranken . Z Laryngol Rhinol 51:46-57, 1972. 68. Jongkees LBW: The influence of some drugs upon the function of the labyrinth . Acta Otolaryngol (Stockh) 53:281-285, 1961.Crossref 69. Jongkees LBW, Philipszoon AJ: Electronystagmography . Acta Otolaryngol (Stockh) , (suppl 189) , 1964. 70. Kornhuber HH: Physiologie und Klinik des zentralvestibulären Systems , in Berendes J, Link R, Zöllner F (eds): Hals-, Nasen-und Ohrenheilk . Stuttgart, Thieme, 1965, vol 3, section 3. 71. Correia MJ, Guedry EF: Phase Relations Between Sinusoidal Ocular Displacement and Parallel Swing Displacement in Normal and Labyrinthine Defective Subjects. BuMed Project MR005.13-6001 Subtask 1, Report No. 92 and NASA Order No. R-93, Pensacola, Fla, Naval School of Aviation Medicine, 1964. 72. van Egmond AAJ, Groen JJ, Jongkees LBW: The function of the vestibular organ . Pract Otorhinolaryngol , (suppl 2) , 14, pp 1-109, 1952. 73. von Békésy G: Uber die Starke der Vibrationsempfindung und Ihre objective Messung . Akust Z 5:113-124, 1940. 74. Benson AJ, Whiteside TCD: The effect of linear acceleration on the response to angular acceleration in man . J Physiol 156:633-638, 1961. 75. Janeke JB, Jongkees LBW, Oosterveld WJ: Relationship between otoliths and nystagmus . Acta Otolaryngol (Stockh) 69:1-6, 1970.Crossref 76. Young LR: Effects of linear acceleration on vestibular nystagmus, in NASA, SP-152, Third Symposium on the Role of the Vestibular Organs in Space Exploration, 1967. pp 383-390.

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Published: Dec 1, 1974

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