Yawning as a Behavioral Marker of Mild Motion Sickness and Sopite Syndrome
McCauley, Michael E.
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Introduction: Severe motion sickness is easily identifiable with sufferers showing obvious behavioral signs, including emesis (vomiting). Mild motion sickness and sopite syndrome lack such clear and objective behavioral markers. We postulate that yawning may have the potential to be used in operational settings as such a marker. This study assesses the utility of yawning as a behavioral marker for the identification of soporific effects by investigating the association between yawning and mild motion sickness/sopite syndrome in a controlled environment.
The article of record as published may be located at http://dx.doi.org/10.3357/ASEM.3897.2014
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