Publications

 

2017

  • Campos, J., El-Khechen, G., Taati, B., & Keshavarz, B. (in press). The Rubber Hand Illusion in Healthy Younger and Older Adults. 

  • Campos, J.L., Bedard, M., Classen, S., Delparte, J., Hebert, D., Hyde, M, Law, G., Naglie, G., Yung, S. (2017). Needs and Gaps for Assessing At Risk Drivers Using Driving Simulators. Frontiers in Psychology.

  • Haycock, B.C., Campos, J.L., Koenraad, N., Potter, M., Advani, S. (2017). Creating headlight glare in a driving simulator. Transportation Research Part F. Traffic Psychology and Behaviour.

  • Keshavarz, B., Campos, J.L., DeLucia, P.R., Oberfeld, D. (2017) Estimating the relative weights of visual and auditory tau versus heuristic-based cues for time-to-contact judgments in realistic, familiar scenes by older and younger adults. Attention, Perception and Psychophysics, 79(3), 929-944. 

  • D’Amour, S., Bos, J. E., & Keshavarz, B. (2017). The efficacy of airflow and seat vibration on reducing visually induced motion sickness. Experimental Brain Research.

  • Keshavarz, B., Speck, M., Haycock, B., & Berti, S. (2017). The effect of different presentation settings on vection and its interaction with motion direction and Field Independence. 

  • Keshavarz, B., Novak, A. C., Hettinger, L. J., Stoffregen, T. A., & Campos, J. L. (2017). Passive Restraint Reduces Visually Induced Motion Sickness in Older Adults. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Applied. 

  • Komisar V, Novak A, Haycock B. (2017). A Novel Method for Synchronizing Motion Capture with Other
    Data Sources for Millisecond-Level Precision. Gait & Posture. 51: 125-131.

 

2016

  • Haycock B, Koenraad N*, Potter M, Advani S. (2016). Creating Headlight Glare in a Driving Simulator.
    Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour.

  • Ramkhalawansingh, R.*, Keshavarz, B*., Haycock, B., Shahab, S*., Campos, J.L. (2016). Age differences in visual-auditory self-motion perception during a simulated driving task. Frontiers in Psychology. 7(595): 1-12.

  • Wolter N.*, Gordon, K., Papsin, B., James, A., Campos, J.L., Cushing, S. (2016). Unilateral hearing loss is associated with impaired balance in children: a pilot study. Otology and Neurotology, 37(10), 1589-1595.

  • McGilton, K., Hobler, F., Guthrie, DM, Campos, JL, Jarry, J., Dupuis, K., Labreche, T., Wittich, W. (2016). Hearing and Vision Screening Tools for Long-term Care Residents with Dementia: Protocol for a Scoping Review, 6:e011945. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2016-011945

  • Ramkhalawansingh R.*, Keshavarz, B.*, Haycock, B., Shahab, S.*, Campos, J.L. (2016). Investigating the effect of age on visual-vestibular self-motion perception using a driving paradigm. Perception. 46(5), 566-585.

  • Keshavarz, B. (2016). Exploring Behavioral Methods to Reduce Visually Induced Motion Sickness in Virtual Environments. In S. Lackey & R. Shumaker (Eds.), Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality (pp. 147–155). Springer International Publishing. Retrieved from http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-39907-2_14

2015

  • Haycock B*, Grant P. (2015). Vehicle Modelling Additions for Off-Axis Improvements in a Real-time
    Helicopter Model. Journal of American Helicopter Society. 60(4): 1-12.

  • Mansfield, A., Fraser, L.*, Rajachandrakumar, R., Danells, C., Knorr, S., Campos, J.L. (2015). Is perception of vertical impaired in individuals with chronic stroke with a history of “pushing”. Neuroscience Letters. 590:172-177.

  • Keshavarz, B., Campos, J., Berti, S. (2015). Vection lies in the brain of the beholder: EEG parameters as an objective measurement of vection. Frontiers in Psychology. 6: 1-4.

  • Keshavarz B., Novak A.C., Hettinger L.J., Stoffregen T.A., Campos J.L. (2015). Passive restraint of torso and head can reduce visually induced motion sickness in older adults. Journal of Experimental Psychology -Applied. 23(1), 85-99

  • Keshavarz, B., Riecke, B.E., Hettinger, L.J., & Campos, J.L. (2015). Vection and visually induced motion sickness: How are they related? Frontiers in Psychology. 6: 472.

  • Keshavarz, B., Stelzmann, D., Paillard, A., & Hecht, H. (2015). Visually induced motion sickness can be alleviated by pleasant odors. Experimental Brain Research. 233: 1353-1364. Impact Factor: 2.17

  • Lau, ST*, Pichora-Fuller, M.K., Li, K.Z., Singh, G., Campos, J.L. (2015). Effects of hearing loss on dual-task performance in an audiovisual virtual reality simulation of listening while walking. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology. 27(7): 567-587.

2014

  • Keshavarz B., Hettinger L.J., Kennedy R.S., and Campos J.L. (2014). Demonstrating motion sickness-like symptoms caused by pure auditory stimulation. PloS One. 9(7): e101016. doi:10.1371.

  • Keshavarz B., Hettinger L.J., Vena D., Campos J.L. (2014). Combined effects of auditory and visual cues on the perception of vection. Experimental brain research. 232(3): 827-836.

  • Keshavarz, B. & Hecht, H. (2014). Pleasant music as a countermeasure against visually induced motion sickness. Applied Ergonomics. 45(3): 521-527. Impact Factor: 2.02.

  • Keshavarz, B., & Berti, S. (2014). Integration of sensory information precedes the sensation of vection: A combined behavioral and event-related brain potential (ERP) study. Behavioral Brain Research. Impact Factor: 3.53.

  • Hecht. H., Shaffer, D., Keshavarz, B., & Flint, M. (2014). Slope estimation and viewing distance of observer. Attention, Perception, and Psychophysics. 769(6): 1729-1738. Impact Factor: 2.15

  • Taati, B., Campos, J.L., Griffiths, J., Gridseth, M., Mihailidis, A. (2014). Towards a real-time, configurable, and affordable system for inducing sensory conflict in a virtual environment for post-stroke mobility rehabilitation. International Journal on Disability and Human Development.

  • Campos, J.L., Butler, J.S., Bülthoff, H.H. (2014). Contributions of visual and proprioceptive information to travelled distance estimation during changing sensory congruencies. Experimental Brain Research. 232(10): 3277-3289.

2012

  • Keshavarz, B., & Hecht, H. (2012). Stereoscopic viewing enhances visually induced motion sickness but sound does not. Presence: Teleoperators & Virtual Environments. 21(2): 213-228. Impact Factor: 0.91.

  • von Lassberg C. , Beykirch K., Campos J.L. , Krug J. (2012). Smooth pursuit eye movement adaptation in high level gymnasts. Motor control. 16(2): 176-194.

  • Campos J.L., Bülthoff H.H. (2012). Multimodal Integration during Self-Motion in Virtual Reality. The Neural Bases of Multisensory Processes. 1: 557-572.

  • Campos J.L., Butler J.S., Bülthoff H.H. (2012). Multisensory integration in the estimation of walked distances. Experimental brain research. 218(4): 551-565

  • Keshavarz, B. Hecht, H. (2012). Visually induced motion sickness and presence in videogames: The role of sound. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, 56(1): 1763-1767.

2011

  • Keshavarz, B., & Hecht, H. (2011). Axis rotation and visually induced motion sickness: the role of combined roll, pitch, and yaw motion. Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine. 82(11): 1023-1029.

  • Keshavarz, B., & Hecht, H. (2011). Validating an efficient method to quantify motion sickness. Human Factors. 53(4): 415-426.

  • Keshavarz, B., Hecht, H., & Zschutschke, L. (2011). Intra-visual conflict in visually induced motion sickness. Displays. 32(4): 181-188.