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Brain Behav Evol (1983) 23 (1-2): 32–35.
Published Online: 18 March 2008
...D.G.D. Watt Motion sickness occurs in a wide variety of circumstances involving real or apparent motion, many of them novel and man-made. Significantly, voluntary body movements rarely result in symptoms, and the likelihood of motion sickness is greatly reduced by having control of the vehicle...
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Brain Behav Evol (1983) 23 (1-2): 42–46.
Published Online: 18 March 2008
...James B. Lucot The evidence for possible roles of catecholamines in motion sickness is reviewed. l-Dopa is implicated in that it is the precursor to catecholaminergic neurotransmitters. Dopamine may have a role in stimulating motion sickness, though much basic information is lacking. Epinephrine...
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Brain Behav Evol (1983) 23 (1-2): 36–41.
Published Online: 18 March 2008
...George H. Crampton; Nancy G. Daunton The possibility that there might be a neurohumoral cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) link in motion sickness was directly tested in cats by blocking the flow of CSF from the third into the fourth ventricle. Evidence obtained thus far is consistent with the hypothesis...
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Brain Behav Evol (1983) 23 (1-2): 26–31.
Published Online: 18 March 2008
...Alan D. Miller; Victor J. Wilson Vestibular stimulation, by means of sinusoidal electrical polarization of the labyrinths of decerebrate cats, can produce vomiting and related activity resembling that seen in motion sickness. The symptoms include panting, salivation, swallowing, and retching...
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