Publications - Neurosciences

    Neurosciences Publications


    Journal Articles

    • Kornilova LN, Alekhina MI, Temnikova VV, Reschke ME, Sagalovich SV, Malakhov SV, Naumov IA, Kozloyskaya IB, Vasin AV. The effect of a long stay under microgravity on the vestibular function and tracking eye movements. Fiziologiya Cheloveka. 32(5):56-64 (PMID 17100341), 2006.
    • Douglas P, Batdorf NJ, Evans R, Feiveson AH, Arenare BA, Schlegel T. Temporal and postural variation of 12-lead high-frequency QRS electrocardiographic signals in asymptomatic individuals. J Electrocardiol. 39:259-265, 2006.
    • Batdorf BH, Feiveson AH, Schlegel T. The effect of signal averaging on the reproducibility and reliability of measures of T-wave morphology. J Electrocardiol. 39:266-270, 2006.
    • Douglas P, Batdorf NJ, Evans R, Feiveson AH, Arenare BA, Schlegel T. Temporal and postural variation of 12-lead high-frequency QRS electrocardiographic signals in asymptomatic individuals. J Electrocardiol. 39(3):259-65, 2006.
    • Paloski WH, Wood SJ, Feiveson AH, Black FO, Hwang EY, Reschke ME. Destabilization of human balance control by static and dynamic head tilts. Gait Posture. 23(3):315-323, 2006.
    • Rahman MA, Gedevanishvilli A, Sarmiento L, Sattam W, Kulecz WB, Schlegel T. High frequency QRS ECG predicts perfusion defects during myocardial perfusion imaging. J Electrocardiol. 39:73-81, 2006.
    • Reschke ME, Somers JT, Ford G. Stroboscopic vision: a treatment for motion sickness. Aviat Space Environ Med. 77(1):2-7, 2006.
    • Schlegel T, Arenare BA. Noninvasive diagnosis of coronary artery disease using 12-lead high-frequency electrocardiograms. NASA Tech Briefs. 30(1):60-61, 2006.
    • Clement GR, Reschke ME, Wood S. Neurovestibular and sensorimotor studies in space and Earth benefits. Curr Pharm Biotechnol. 6(4):267-283, 2005.
    • Cohen HS, Bloomberg JJ, Mulavara A. Obstacle avoidance in novel visual environments improved by variable practice training. Percept Mot Skills. 101(3):853-861, 2005.
    • Mulavara A, Houser J, Miller C, Bloomberg JJ. Full-body gaze control mechanisms elicited during locomotion: effects of VOR adaptation. J Vestib Res. 15(5-6):279-289, 2005.
    • Peters B, Bloomberg JJ. Dynamic visual acuity using "far" and "near" targets. Acta Otolaryngol. 125(4):353-7, 2005.
    • Stroud KJ, Harm DL, Klaus DM. Preflight virtual reality training as a countermeasure for space motion sickness and disorientation. Aviat Space Environ Med. 76(4):352-6, 2005.
    • Serrador J, Schlegel T, Black F, Wood SJ. Cerebral hypoperfusion precedes nausea during centrifugation. Aviat Space Environ Med. 76(2):91-6, 2005.
    • Reschke ME, Somers J, Leigh RJ, Krnavek JM, Kornilova L, Kozloyskaya IB, Bloomberg JJ, Paloski WH. Sensorimotor recovery following spaceflight may be due to frequent square-wave saccadic intrusions. Aviat Space Environ Med. 75(8):700-4, 2004.
    • Richards JT, Mulavara A, Bloomberg JJ. Postural stability during treadmill locomotion as a function of the visual polarity and rotation of a three-dimensional virtual environment. Presence. 13(3):371-384, 2004.
    • Paloski WH, Black F, Metter EJ. Postflight balance control recovery in an elderly astronaut: a case report. Otol Neurotol. 25(1):53-6, 2004.
    • Mulavara A, Bloomberg JJ. Identifying head-trunk and lower limb contributions to gaze stabilization during locomotion. J Vestib Res. 12(5-6):255-69, 2003.
    • Schlegel T, Wood SJ, Brown TE, Harm DL, Rupert A. Effect of 30-min +3 Gz centrifugation on vestibular and autonomic cardiovascular function. Aviat Space Environ Med. 74(7):717-24, 2003.
    • Bloomberg JJ, Mulavara A. Changes in walking strategies after spaceflight. IEEE Eng Med Biol Mag. 22(2):58-62, 2003.
    • Harm DL, Schlegel T. Predicting motion sickness during parabolic flight. Auton Neurosci. 97(2):116-21, 2002.
    • Wood SJ. Human otolith-ocular reflexes during off-vertical axis rotation: effect of frequency on tilt-translation ambiguity and motion sickness. Neurosci Lett. 323(1):41-4, 2002.
    • Miller C, Mulavara A, Bloomberg JJ. A quasi-static method for determining the characteristics of a motion capture camera system in a "split-volume" configuration. Gait Posture. 16(3):283-7, 2002.
    • Mulavara A, Verstraete MC, Bloomberg JJ. Modulation of head movement control in humans during treadmill walking. Gait Posture. 16(3):271-82, 2002.
    • Harm DL, Sandoz GR, Stern RM. Changes in gastric myoelectric activity during space flight. Dig Dis Sci. 47(8):1737-45, 2002.
    • Reschke ME, Kozloyskaya IB, Somers J, Kornilova L, Paloski WH, Berthoz A. Smooth pursuit deficits in space flights of variable length. J Gravit Physiol. 9(1):133-6, 2002.
    • Roller CA, Cohen HS, Kimball KT, Bloomberg JJ. Effects of normal aging on visuo-motor plasticity. Neurobiol Aging. 23(1):117-23, 2002.

    Book Chapters

    • Kennedy RS, Drexler JM, Compton DE, Stanney KM, Harm DL. Configural scoring of simulator sickness, cybersickness, and space adaptation syndrome: Similarities and differences. In: Hettinger LJ, M.W. Haas MW (eds), Psychological issues in the design and use of virtual and adaptive environments, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates 2003. (pp. 247-278).

    Presentations

    • Schlegel T. Construction of a resting high fidelity ECG "SuperScore" for management and screening of heart disease. 7th STAFF Studies Symposium. Albarracin, Spain. September 20-23, 2006.
    • Bloomberg JJ, Mulavara A, Peters BT, Cohen HS, Richards JT, Miller CA, Brady R, Warren LE, Ruttley TM. Development of a countermeasure to mitigate postflight locomotor dysfunction. 7th Symposium-Role of the Vestibular Organs in Space Exploration. The Netherlands. June 7-9, 2006.
    • Harm DL, Taylor LC. Adaptive changes in postural equilibrium and motion sickness following repeated exposures to virtual environments. 7th Symposium-Role of the Vestibular Organs in Space Exploration. The Netherlands. June 7-9, 2006.
    • Hwang EY, Paloski WH. Head tilt posturography to enhance balance control assessment for astronauts: a case study. 7th Symposium-Role of the Vestibular Organs in Space Exploration. The Netherlands. June 7-9, 2006.
    • Mulavara A, Peters BT, Cohen HS, Richards JT, Miller CA, Brady R, Warren LE, Bloomberg JJ. Development of testing methodologies to evaluate postflight locomotor performance. 7th Symposium-Role of the Vestibular Organs in Space Exploration. The Netherlands. June 7-9, 2006.
    • Newby N, Mast FW, Natopoff A, Paloski WH. Vivid motor imagery as an adaptation method for head turns on a short-arm centrifuge. 7th Symposium-Role of the Vestibular Organs in Space Exploration. The Netherlands. June 7-9, 2006.
    • O'Sullivan BM, Harm DL, Reschke ME, Wood SJ. Tilt and translation motion perception during pitch tilt with visual surround translation. 7th Symposium-Role of the Vestibular Organs in Space Exploration. The Netherlands. June 7-9, 2006.
    • Paloski WH, Arya M, Newby N, Tucker J-M, Jarachow T, Young L. Response of ambulatory human subjects to artificial gravity (short radius centrifugation). 7th Symposium-Role of the Vestibular Organs in Space Exploration. The Netherlands. June 7-9, 2006.
    • Peters BT, Mulavara A, Brady R, Miller CA, Richards JT, Warren LE, Cohen HS, Bloomberg JJ. The use of dynamic visual acuity as a functional test of gaze stabilization following space flight. 7th Symposium-Role of the Vestibular Organs in Space Exploration. The Netherlands. June 7-9, 2006.
    • Reschke ME, Somers JT, Ford G, Kmavek JM, Hwang EY. Stroboscopic vision as a treatment for space motion sickness. 7th Symposium-Role of the Vestibular Organs in Space Exploration. The Netherlands. June 7-9, 2006.
    • Richards JT, Mulavara A, Ruttley TM, Peters BT, Warren LE, Bloomberg JJ. A hypothetical perspective on the relative contributions of strategic and adaptive control mechanisms in plastic recalibration of locomotor heading direction. 7th Symposium-Role of the Vestibular Organs in Space Exploration. The Netherlands. June 7-9, 2006.
    • Somers JT, Reschke ME. Modification of eccentric gaze-holding. 7th Symposium-Role of the Vestibular Organs in Space Exploration. The Netherlands. June 7-9, 2006.
    • Warren LE, Mulavara A, Peters BT, Cohen HS, Richards JT, Miller CA, Brady R, Ruttley TM, Bloomberg JJ. Assessment of postflight locomotor performance utilizing a test of functional mobility: strategic and adaptive responses. 7th Symposium-Role of the Vestibular Organs in Space Exploration. The Netherlands. June 7-9, 2006.
    • Scott N, Greco EC, Schlegel T. Effect of DC offset on the T-wave residuum parameter. International Society for Computerized Electrocardiology. Niagara-on-the-Lake, Canada. April 22-26, 2006.
    • Wood SJ, Paloski WH, Black F, Rupert A. Influence of vibrotactile feedback on controlling upright stance during postural perturbations. 29th Annual Mid-Winter Meeting. Baltimore, MD. February 2-9, 2006.
    • Bloomberg JJ. The role of strategic changes in plastic modification of locomotor function. International Society for Gait & Postural Research 2005. Paris, France. 2005.
    • Harm DL, Taylor LC. Effects of exposure to HMD and Dome VR systems on postural control. 11th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction. July 22-27, 2005.
    • Harm DL, Taylor LC, Kennedy RS, Parker DE, Loftin RB. Virtual reality training as a countermeasure for space motion sickness, spatial disorientation and sensorimotor disturbances associated with space flight. IEEE VR2005. Bonn, Germany. March 12-16, 2005.
    • Wood SJ, Clement GR, Denise P, Reschke ME. Ocular reflex phase during off-vertical axis rotation in humans is modified by head-on-trunk position. Association for Research in Otolaryngology 28th Annual Mid Winter Meeting. New Orleans, LA. February 19-24, 2005.
    • Kamman M. Artificial Gravity Project. 1st Space Exploration Conference: Continuing the Voyage of Discovery. Orlando, FL. January 30-February 1, 2005.
    • Harm DL, Taylor LC. Postural control disturbances produced by exposure to HMD and DOME VR systems. Bioastronautics Investigators' Workshop. Galveston, TX. January 10-12, 2005.
    • Reschke ME. Modification of eccentric gaze-holding. Bioastronautics Investigators' Workshop. Galveston, TX. January 10-12, 2005.
    • Bloomberg JJ, Mulavara A, Cohen HS, Peters BT, Landsness EC, Black F. Integrated locomotor function tests for countermeasure evaluation. Bioastronautics Investigators' Workshop. Galveston, TX. January 10-12, 2005.
    • Reschke ME, Somers J, Leigh RJ, Jones GM. A countermeasure for space motion sickness. Bioastronautics Investigators' Workshop. Galveston, TX. January 10-12, 2005.
    • Wood SJ, Clement GR, Harm DL, Reschke ME, Rupert A, Guedry FE. Sensorimotor adaptation following exposure to ambiguous inertial motion cues. Bioastronautics Investigators' Workshop. Galveston, TX. January 10-12, 2005.
    • Bloomberg JJ, Mulavara A, Peters BT, Cohen HS, Richards JT, Miller C, Brady R, Warren LE. Development of an inflight countermeasure to mitigate postflight gait dysfunction. Bioastronautics Investigators' Workshop. Galveston, TX. January 10-12, 2005.
    • Paloski WH, Young LR. Artificial gravity as a multi-system countermeasure to bed rest deconditioning. 55th International Astronautical Congress. Vancouver, Canada. October 4-8, 2004.
    • Bloomberg JJ. Patterns of recovery in locomotor function following long-duration spaceflight. Barany Society XXII International Congress. Paris, France. July 7-9, 2004.
    • Reschke ME, Forn GA, Somers J, Leigh RJ, Jones MG. A new countermeasure for the prevention of motion sickness and motion sickness. Barany Society XXII International Congress. Paris, France. July 7-9, 2004.
    • Peters BT, Brady R, Landsness EC, Black F, Bloomberg JJ. FAR and NEAR target dynamic vsual acuity: A functional assessment of canal and otolith performance. Barany Society XXII International Congress. Paris, France. July 7-9, 2004.
    • Mulavara A, Houser J, Peters BT, Miller C, Richards JT, Marshburn AM, Brady R, Cohen HS, Bloomberg JJ. Full-body gaze control mechanisms elicited during locomotion: effects of VOR adaptation. Barany Society XXII International Congress. Paris, France. July 7-9, 2004.
    • Paloski WH. Neuro-vestibular and sensory-motor challenges associated with NASA Mission Architectures for Moon and Mars. Barany Society XXII International Congress. Paris, France. July 7-9, 2004.
    • Paloski WH, Newby N, Hwang EY. Destabilization of balance control by head movements in astronaut testing. 25th Annual International Gravitational Physiology Meeting. Moscow, Russia. June 6-11, 2004.
    • Harm DL, Taylor LC. Effects of exposure to virtual reality on postural control: Potential analog for space flight. 25th Annual International Gravitational Physiology Meeting. Moscow, Russia. June 6-11, 2004.
    • Paloski WH, Wood S, Newby N, Kaufman G. Binocular coordinations of the verstibulo-ocular reflex during sinusoidally varying short radius centrifugation. 75th Annual Scientific Meeting of Aerospace Medical Association. Anchorage, AK. May 2-6, 2004.
    • Paloski WH. Head movement augmented postural control testing on short-duration astronauts. Egan Convention Center. May 2-6, 2004.
    • Paloski WH. Sensory-motor adaptation to space flight: human balance control and artificial gravity. Animal Research in Support of Human Space Exploration. Woods Hole, MA. April 13-16, 2004.
    • Paloski WH. Risk of sensory motor performance failure during readaptation following space flight. Bilateral Joint Working Group Meeting Between NASA/Rosaviakosomos and IBMP Personnel. Moscow, Russia. 2003.
    • Paloski WH. Vestibular system in the space environment. Lecture at University College London. London, England. 2003.
    • Paloski WH. Human responses to space flight: similarities with aging. 3rd International and 18th National Congress on Gerontology. 2003.
    • Paloski WH. Similarities between the effects of aging and space flight on balance control. 3rd International and 18th National Congress on Gerontology. 2003.
    • Bloomberg JJ. Development of a countermeasure to facilitate recovery of postflight locomotor function. Living Beings and Environment Adaptation to Extreme Conditions. Moscow, Russia. November 3-5, 2003.
    • Reschke ME, Somers J, Krnavek J, Ford G. Adaptation of ocular motility during space flight as behavioral compensation to assist functional performance. Living Being & Environment: Adaptation to Extreme Conditions. Moscow, Russia. November 3-5, 2003.
    • Reschke ME. Adaptation of ocular motility during space fight as behavioral compensation to assist functional performance. November 3-5, 2003.
    • Harm DL. Virtual reality training in unfamiliar environments: a potential countermeasure for space motion sickness and spatial disorientation during space flight. 54th International Astronautical Congress. Breman, Germany. September 29-October 3, 2003.
    • Miller C. Coordination of lower-limb joints during locomotion: The effects of vestibulo-ocular reflex adaptation. September 25-27, 2003.
    • Mulavara A. Adaptive effects on locomotion performance following exposure to a rotating virtual environment. The American Society of Biomechanics. Portland, OR. September 25-27, 2003.
    • Richards JT. Adaptive modification of locomotor performance following exposure to a passive-immersive virtual environment during treadmill walking. January 22-25, 2003.
    • Bloomberg JJ, Mulavara A, Richards JT, Peters BT, Marshburn AM. Developing and testing a countermeasure to mitigate postflight locomotor dysfunction. Bioastronautics Investigators' Workshop. Galveston, TX. January 13-15, 2003.
    • Paloski WH. Sensory motor balance control deficits following space flight. 2002.
    • Paloski WH. The role of neurophysiology in exploring space v. the role of space in exploring neurophysiology. MRC/BNSC Workshop on Space and Human Neurophysiology. London, England. 2002.
    • Smith SM. Spaceflight nutrition: Implications for Earth, the International Space Station, and beyond. South Dakota State University Annual Nutrition Seminar. 2002.
    • Harm DL. The comparison of DOME and HMD delivery systems: a case study. Meeting. Hong Kong, China. November 11-13, 2002.
    • Harm DL. Ground-based model for perceptual & sensorimotor adaptation to space flight: A candidate countermeasures. Center for Advanced Space Studies. Houston, TX. October 8-9, 2002.
    • Duh HB, Lahav M, Harm DL, Parker DE, Taylor LC. Effect of repeated long-duration exposures to a virtual environment on simulator sickness and postural disturbance. The Role of the Vestibular Organs in the Exploration of Space; A Post-Meeting Satellite of the XXII Barany Society. Portland, OR. October 1-3, 2002.
    • Reschke ME. A historical review of vestibular and sensory motor research in space flight. The Sixth Symposium on the Role of Vestibular Organs in Space Exploration. October 1-3, 2002.
    • Bloomberg JJ. Dynamic visual acuity during locomotion using FAR and NEAR targets. Arch Otalaryngol Head Neck Surg. October 1-3, 2002.
    • Harm DL. Review of countermeasures for spatial orientation disturbances & space motion sickness in the US & Russian space programs. October 1-3, 2002.
    • Duh HB, Harm DL, Parker DE. Effects of long duration and repeated exposures in an immersive virtual environment on postural stability. Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 46th Annual Meeting. Baltimore, MD. September 30-October 4, 2002.
    • Peters B. Dynamic visual acuity during locomotion using far and near targets. 6th NASA Symposium on the Role of the Vestibular Organs in the Exploration of Space. September 30 - October 3, 2002.
    • Bloomberg JJ, Mulavara A. Understanding astronaut locomotor dysfunction after spaceflight: a sensorimotor perspective. Inter-Congress of IUAES 2002. Tokyo, Japan. September 22-27, 2002.
    • Harm DL. A virtual environment system for the comparison of DOME & HMD systems. August 6-8, 2002.
    • Miller C. Variation in treadmill walking due to combinations of visual scene motion and gravity-assist. IV World Congress of Biomechanics. Calgary, Alberta, Canada. August 4-9, 2002.
    • Reschke ME. Smooth pursuit saccade amplitude modulation during exposure to microgravity. XII Conference on Space Biology and Aerospace Medicine. Satellite International Symposium: Gravity Mechanisms in Sensorimotor System. Moscow, Russia. June 10-14, 2002.
    • Bowen LR, Ellis SR, Kennedy RS, Harm DL, Stanney KM. Psychophysical effects of immersive virtual reality. IEEE Virtual Reality Conference. March 24-28, 2002.
    • Bloomberg JJ, Mulavara A, Kozloyskaya IB. Adaptive reorganization of locomotor function after long-duration spaceflight. Satellite International Symposium: Gravity Mechanisms in Sensorimotor System. Moscow, Russia. February, 2002.
    • Paloski WH, Sayenko DG, Sayenko IV, Fokin KA, Totev GM, Kozloyskaya IB. Effect of long and short duration space flights on corrective postural response characteristics. XII Conference on Space Biology and Aerospace Medicine. Moscow, Russia. February, 2002.
    • Harm DL, Taylor LC. Virtual reality training: "cybersickness" and effects on senorsorimotor functions. Bioastronautics Investigators' Workshop. Galveston, TX. January 13-15, 2002.
    • Reschke ME. Quantification of eccentric gaze holding. Bioastronautics Investigators' Workshop. Galveston, TX. January 13-15, 2002.