Katharina Margareta Theresa  Pöhlmann
Katharina Margareta Theresa Pöhlmann
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The Effect of Motion Direction and Eccentricity on Vection, VR Sickness and Head Movements in Virtual Reality
KMT Pöhlmann, J Föcker, P Dickinson, A Parke, L O’Hare
Multisensory Research 34 (6), 623-662, 2021
22021
The Relationship between Vection, Cybersickness and Head Movements Elicited by Illusory Motion in Virtual RealityC
KMT Pöhlmann, J Föcker, P Dickinson, A Parke, L O'Hare
Displays, 102111, 2021
2021
Action video game players do not differ in the perception of contrast-based motion illusions but experience more vection and less discomfort in a virtual environment compared …
KMT Pöhlmann, L O’Hare, P Dickinson, A Parke, J Föcker
Journal of Cognitive Enhancement, 1-17, 2021
2021
Is Virtual Reality sickness elicited by illusory motion affected by gender and prior video gaming experience?
KMT Pöhlmann, L O’Hare, J Föcker, A Parke, P Dickinson
2021 IEEE Conference on Virtual Reality and 3D User Interfaces Abstracts and …, 2021
2021
Is virtual reality sickness elicited by illusory motion affected by gender and prior video gaming experience?
K Margareta Theresa Pöhlmann, L O'Hare, J Föcker, A Parke, P Dickinson
2021
The relationship between cybersickness, vection, and postural instability induced by optimized Fraser Wilcox illusions in virtual reality (VR)
KMT Pӧhlmann, L O'Hare, P Dickinson, A Parke, J Fӧcker
Perception 49 (6), 716-717, 2020
2020
Head movements induced by visual stimulation in virtual reality
K Poehlmann, L O'Hare, A Parke, P Dickinson
2019
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