Sťamas Weech
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Presence and cybersickness in virtual reality are negatively related: a review
S Weech, S Kenny, M Barnett-Cowan
Frontiers in Psychology 10, 158, 2019
Identifying causes of and solutions for Cybersickness in immersive technology: reformulation of a research and development agenda
K Stanney, BD Lawson, B Rokers, M Dennison, C Fidopiastis, ...
International Journal of Human–Computer Interaction 36 (19), 1783-1803, 2020
Influence of bone-conducted vibration on simulator sickness in virtual reality
S Weech, J Moon, NF Troje
PloS one 13 (3), e0194137-e0194137, 2018
Estimating the sensorimotor components of cybersickness
S Weech, JP Varghese, M Barnett-Cowan
Journal of Neurophysiology 120 (5), 2201-2217, 2018
Narrative and gaming experience interact to affect presence and cybersickness in virtual reality
S Weech, S Kenny, M Lenizky, M Barnett-Cowan
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 138, 102398, 2020
Vection latency is reduced by bone-conducted vibration and noisy galvanic vestibular stimulation
S Weech, NF Troje
Multisensory Research 30 (1), 65-90, 2017
Reduction of cybersickness during and immediately following noisy galvanic vestibular stimulation
S Weech, T Wall, M Barnett-Cowan
Experimental Brain Research 238 (2), 427-437, 2020
Movement-Contingent Time Flow in Virtual Reality Causes Temporal Recalibration
A Bansal, S Weech, M Barnett-Cowan
Scientific Reports 9 (1), 1-13, 2019
Spatial and attentional aftereffects of virtual reality and relations to cybersickness
S Varmaghani, Z Abbasi, S Weech, J Rasti
Virtual Reality 26 (2), 659-668, 2022
What causes the facing-the-viewer bias in biological motion?
S Weech, M McAdam, S Kenny, NF Troje
Journal of Vision 14 (12), 10, 2014
Sensory down-weighting in visual-postural coupling is linked with lower cybersickness
S Weech, CM Calderon, M Barnett-Cowan
Frontiers in Virtual Reality 1, 10, 2020
McGill University
S Weech
Canada, 0
Limits of subjective and objective vection for ultra-high frame rate visual displays
S Weech, S Kenny, CM Calderon, M Barnett-Cowan
Displays 64, 101961, 2020
Vection latency is reduced by bone-conducted vibration and noisy galvanic vestibular stimulation. Multisensory Research, 30 (1), 65–90
S Weech, NF Troje
DOI 10, 22134808-00002545, 2017
Vection Latency Is Reduced by Bone-Conducted Vibration and Noisy Galvanic Vestibular Stimulation. Multisensory Research 30, 1 (2017), 65–90
S Weech, NF Troje
Inverting the facing-the-viewer bias for biological motion stimuli
S Weech, NF Troje
i-Perception 9 (1), 2041669517750171, 2018
The impact of noisy vestibular stimulation on self-motion phenomena
S Weech
Queen's University (Canada), 2017
Does a convexity prior explain the facing-the-viewer bias in the perception of biological motion?
S Weech, NF Troje
Journal of Vision 13 (9), 187-187, 2013
Spatiotemporal dissimilarity influences the perceptual discriminability of deceptive and non-deceptive throwing
F Helm, S Weech, J Munzert, N Troje
Journal of Vision 16 (12), 278-278, 2016
Identification of Gait Speed Using Spatiotemporal Information from the Sound of Footsteps
S Weech
Thesis. Queen’s University of Belfast, 2011
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