Behrang Keshavarz
Behrang Keshavarz
Scientist, Toronto Rehabilitation Institute
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Validating an efficient method to quantify motion sickness
B Keshavarz, H Hecht
Human factors 53 (4), 415-426, 2011
1992011
Vection and visually induced motion sickness: how are they related?
B Keshavarz, BE Riecke, LJ Hettinger, JL Campos
Frontiers in psychology 6, 472, 2015
1522015
Illusory self-motion in virtual environments
LJ Hettinger, TN Schmidt-Daly, DL Jones, B Keshavarz
Handbook of virtual environments: Design, implementations, and applications …, 2014
135*2014
Visually-Induced Motion Sickness: Causes, Characteristics, and Countermeasures
B Keshavarz, H Hecht, BD Lawson
Handbook of virtual environments: Design, implementations, and applications …, 2014
632014
Pleasant music as a countermeasure against visually induced motion sickness
B Keshavarz, H Hecht
Applied ergonomics 45 (3), 521-527, 2014
562014
Combined effects of auditory and visual cues on the perception of vection
B Keshavarz, LJ Hettinger, D Vena, JL Campos
Experimental brain research 232 (3), 827-836, 2014
482014
Stereoscopic viewing enhances visually induced motion sickness but sound does not
B Keshavarz, H Hecht
Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments 21 (2), 213-228, 2012
452012
Integration of sensory information precedes the sensation of vection: a combined behavioral and event-related brain potential (ERP) study
B Keshavarz, S Berti
Behavioural Brain Research 259, 131-136, 2014
352014
Visually induced motion sickness can be alleviated by pleasant odors
B Keshavarz, D Stelzmann, A Paillard, H Hecht
Experimental brain research 233 (5), 1353-1364, 2015
332015
Demonstrating the potential for dynamic auditory stimulation to contribute to motion sickness
B Keshavarz, LJ Hettinger, RS Kennedy, JL Campos
PloS one 9 (7), e101016, 2014
332014
Intra-visual conflict in visually induced motion sickness
B Keshavarz, H Hecht, L Zschutschke
Displays 32 (4), 181-188, 2011
322011
Comparing simulator sickness in younger and older adults during simulated driving under different multisensory conditions
B Keshavarz, R Ramkhalawansingh, B Haycock, S Shahab, JL Campos
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 54, 47-62, 2018
282018
The efficacy of airflow and seat vibration on reducing visually induced motion sickness
S D’Amour, JE Bos, B Keshavarz
Experimental brain research 235 (9), 2811-2820, 2017
272017
Axis rotation and visually induced motion sickness: the role of combined roll, pitch, and yaw motion
B Keshavarz, H Hecht
Aviation, space, and environmental medicine 82 (11), 1023-1029, 2011
252011
Effect of different display types on vection and its interaction with motion direction and field dependence
B Keshavarz, M Speck, B Haycock, S Berti
i-Perception 8 (3), 2041669517707768, 2017
212017
Visually induced motion sickness and presence in videogames: The role of sound
B Keshavarz, H Hecht
Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting 56 (1 …, 2012
212012
Passive restraint reduces visually induced motion sickness in older adults.
B Keshavarz, AC Novak, LJ Hettinger, TA Stoffregen, JL Campos
Journal of experimental psychology: applied 23 (1), 85, 2017
192017
Age differences in visual-auditory self-motion perception during a simulated driving task
R Ramkhalawansingh, B Keshavarz, B Haycock, S Shahab, JL Campos
Frontiers in psychology 7, 595, 2016
192016
Exploring behavioral methods to reduce visually induced motion sickness in virtual environments
B Keshavarz
International Conference on Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality, 147-155, 2016
162016
Examining the effect of age on visual–vestibular self-motion perception using a driving paradigm
R Ramkhalawansingh, B Keshavarz, B Haycock, S Shahab, JL Campos
Perception 46 (5), 566-585, 2017
152017
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