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Stephen Palmisano
Stephen Palmisano
Professor, School of Psychology, University of Wollongong
Verified email at uow.edu.au - Homepage
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Future challenges for vection research: definitions, functional significance, measures, and neural bases
S Palmisano, RS Allison, MM Schira, RJ Barry
Frontiers in psychology 6, 193, 2015
2692015
Vection and cybersickness generated by head-and-display motion in the Oculus Rift
S Palmisano, R Mursic, J Kim
Displays 46, 1-8, 2017
1942017
Combined pitch and roll and cybersickness in a virtual environment
F Bonato, A Bubka, S Palmisano
Aviation, space, and environmental medicine 80 (11), 941-945, 2009
1392009
Vection change exacerbates simulator sickness in virtual environments
F Bonato, A Bubka, S Palmisano, D Phillip, G Moreno
Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments 17 (3), 283-292, 2008
1392008
Postural stability predicts the likelihood of cybersickness in active HMD-based virtual reality
B Arcioni, S Palmisano, D Apthorp, J Kim
Displays 58, 3-11, 2019
1382019
Effects of steering locomotion and teleporting on cybersickness and presence in HMD-based virtual reality
J Clifton, S Palmisano
Virtual Reality 24 (3), 453-468, 2020
1322020
Stereoscopic perception of real depths at large distances
S Palmisano, B Gillam, DG Govan, RS Allison, JM Harris
Journal of vision 10 (6), 19-19, 2010
1282010
Jitter and size effects on vection are immune to experimental instructions and demands
S Palmisano, AYC Chan
Perception 33 (8), 987-1000, 2004
1132004
Global-perspective jitter improves vection in central vision
S Palmisano, BJ Gillam, SG Blackburn
Perception 29 (1), 57-67, 2000
1132000
Simulated viewpoint jitter shakes sensory conflict accounts of vection
S Palmisano, J Kim, R Allison, F Bonato
Seeing and perceiving 24 (2), 173-200, 2011
1062011
Perceiving self-motion in depth: The role of stereoscopic motion and changing-size cues
S Palmisano
Perception & psychophysics 58, 1168-1176, 1996
1011996
Effects of postural stability, active control, exposure duration and repeated exposures on HMD induced cybersickness
D Risi, S Palmisano
Displays 60, 9-17, 2019
962019
The Oculus Rift: a cost-effective tool for studying visual-vestibular interactions in self-motion perception
J Kim, CYL Chung, S Nakamura, S Palmisano, SK Khuu
Frontiers in psychology 6, 248, 2015
962015
Consistent stereoscopic information increases the perceived speed of vection in depth
S Palmisano
Perception 31 (4), 463-480, 2002
892002
Cybersickness in head-mounted displays is caused by differences in the user's virtual and physical head pose
S Palmisano, RS Allison, J Kim
Frontiers in Virtual Reality 1, 587698, 2020
882020
Effects of dynamic field-of-view restriction on cybersickness and presence in HMD-based virtual reality
J Teixeira, S Palmisano
Virtual Reality 25 (2), 433-445, 2021
862021
Stimulus eccentricity and spatial frequency interact to determine circular vection
S Palmisano, B Gillam
Perception 27 (9), 1067-1077, 1998
841998
Investigating the process of mine rescuers' safety training with immersive virtual reality: A structural equation modelling approach
S Pedram, S Palmisano, R Skarbez, P Perez, M Farrelly
Computers & Education 153, 103891, 2020
832020
Multisensory integration and the experience of scene instability, presence and cybersickness in virtual environments
J Kim, W Luu, S Palmisano
Computers in Human Behavior 113, 106484, 2020
762020
Accelerating self-motion displays produce more compelling vection in depth
S Palmisano, RS Allison, F Pekin
Perception 37 (1), 22-33, 2008
762008
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