Behrang Keshavarz
Behrang Keshavarz
Scientist, Toronto Rehabilitation Institute
Verified email at uhn.ca
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Validating an efficient method to quantify motion sickness
B Keshavarz, H Hecht
Human factors 53 (4), 415-426, 2011
1872011
Vection and visually induced motion sickness: how are they related?
B Keshavarz, BE Riecke, LJ Hettinger, JL Campos
Frontiers in psychology 6, 472, 2015
1452015
Illusory self-motion in virtual environments
LJ Hettinger, TN Schmidt-Daly, DL Jones, B Keshavarz
Handbook of virtual environments: Design, implementations, and applications …, 2014
134*2014
Visually-Induced Motion Sickness: Causes, Characteristics, and Countermeasures
B Keshavarz, H Hecht, BD Lawson
Handbook of virtual environments: Design, implementations, and applications …, 2014
622014
Pleasant music as a countermeasure against visually induced motion sickness
B Keshavarz, H Hecht
Applied ergonomics 45 (3), 521-527, 2014
542014
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
442014
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
442012
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
342014
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
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
302015
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
262017
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
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
242018
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
202012
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
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
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
172017
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
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
152016
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