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The peer-reviewed monthly journal, Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine (ASEM) provides contact with physicians, life scientists, bioengineers, and medical specialists working in both basic medical research and in its clinical applications. It is the most used and cited journal in its field. ASEM is distributed to more than 80 nations.

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Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine is now published as Aerospace Medicine and Human Performance.

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Volume 83, Number 6, June 2012

CONTENTS

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pp. 1-1(1)

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RESEARCH ARTICLES

Free Content Oculo-Vestibular Recoupling Using Galvanic Vestibular Stimulation to Mitigate Simulator Sickness
pp. 549-555(7)
Authors: Cevette, Michael J.; Stepanek, Jan; Cocco, Daniela; Galea, Anna M.; Pradhan, Gaurav N.; Wagner, Linsey S.; Oakley, Sarah R.; Smith, Benn E.; Zapala, David A.; Brookler, Kenneth H.

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Free Content Modafinil as a Replacement for Dextroamphetamine for Sustaining Alertness in Military Helicopter Pilots
pp. 556-567(12)
Authors: Estrada, Arthur; Kelley, Amanda M.; Webb, Catherine M.; Athy, Jeremy R.; Crowley, John S.

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Free Content Transient Global Amnesia and Its Aeromedical Implications
pp. 565-569(5)
Authors: Jagathesan, Tania; O’Brien, Michael D.

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Free Content Moderate Exercise Effects on Orthostatic Intolerance While Wearing Protective Clothing
pp. 570-576(7)
Authors: Jimenez, Chantal; Fortrat, Jacques Olivier; Delapierre, Benoit; Melin, Bruno

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Free Content Heart Rate and Daily Physical Activity with Long-Duration Habitation of the International Space Station
pp. 577-584(8)
Authors: Fraser, Katelyn S.; Greaves, Danielle K.; Shoemaker, J. Kevin; Blaber, Andrew P.; Hughson, Richard L.

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Free Content Modeling Peripheral Vision for Moving Target Search and Detection
pp. 585-593(9)
Authors: Yang, Ji Hyun; Huston, Jesse; Day, Michael; Balogh, Imre

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SHORT COMMUNICATIONS

Free Content Predictors of Ear Barotrauma in Aircrews Exposed to Simulated High Altitude
pp. 594-597(4)
Authors: Morgagni, Fabio; Autore, Alberto; Landolfi, Angelo; Appiani, Mario Ciniglio; Appiani, Giuseppe Ciniglio

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Free Content Acceptable Levels for Ingestion of Dimethylsilanediol in Water on the International Space Station
pp. 598-603(6)
Authors: Ramanathan, Raghupathy; James, John T.; McCoy, Torin

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Free Content A Predictive Logistic Regression Equation for Neck Pain in Helicopter Aircrew
pp. 604-608(5)
Authors: Harrison, Michael F.; Neary, J. Patrick; Albert, Wayne J.; Croll, James C.

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CASE REPORT

Free Content Repeated Hypoxic Syncope in a Helicopter Pilot at a Simulated Altitude of 18,000 Feet
pp. 609-613(5)
Authors: Chiang, Kwo-Tsao; Yang, Cheng-Shu; Chiou, Wen-Yaw; Chu, Hsin

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TECHNICAL NOTE

BOOK REVIEW

Free Content The Neurosciences and the Practice of Aviation Medicine
pp. 620-620(1)
Author: Hastings, John

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Free Content The Pox and the Covenant
pp. 620-620(1)
Author: Parmet, Allen

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NASA HUMAN RESEARCH PROGRAM SUMMARIES

SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY WATCH

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YOU'RE THE FLIGHT SURGEON

Free Content You're the Flight Surgeon
pp. 625-626(2)

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THIS MONTH IN AEROSPACE MEDICINE HISTORY

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PRESIDENTS PAGE

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pp. 629-629(1)

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ASSOCIATION NEWS

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pp. 630-634(5)

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NEWS OF MEMBERS

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pp. 635-635(1)

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NEWS OF CORPORATE MEMBERS

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pp. 636-636(1)

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