volume 244, issue 3, P147-154 1987
DOI: 10.1007/bf00464259
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Abstract: Psychophysical studies of vestibular function have been carried out in order to study adaptation within the vestibular sensory system to the weightless environment of orbital spaceflight. No significant change in the threshold of detection of whole-body angular acceleration was found, either during flight or post-flight. Experiments involving the perception of whole-body linear acceleration have yielded somewhat inconsistent results, although the weight of evidence points to an elevation and increased variabil…

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