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This journal (formerly Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine), representing the members of the Aerospace Medical Association, is published monthly for those interested in aerospace medicine and human performance. It is devoted to serving and supporting all who explore, travel, work, or live in hazardous environments ranging from beneath the sea to the outermost reaches of space. The original scientific articles in this journal provide the latest available information on investigations into such areas as changes in ambient pressure, motion sickness, increased or decreased gravitational forces, thermal stresses, vision, fatigue, circadian rhythms, psychological stress, artificial environments, predictors of success, health maintenance, human factors engineering, clinical care, and others. This journal also publishes notes on scientific news and technical items of interest to the general reader, and provides teaching material and reviews for health care professionals.

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Aerospace Medicine and Human Performance was previously published as Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine.

Publisher: Aerospace Medical Association

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Volume 86, Supplement 1, December 2015

EDITORIAL BOARD AND ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

ISS EXERCISE COUNTERMEASURES

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Free Content Physical Training for Long-Duration Spaceflight
pp. A14-A23(10)
Authors: Loehr, James A.; Guilliams, Mark E.; Petersen, Nora; Hirsch, Natalie; Kawashima, Shino; Ohshima, Hiroshi

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Free Content Russian Countermeasure Systems for Adverse Effects of Microgravity on Long-Duration ISS Flights
pp. A24-A31(8)
Authors: Kozlovskaya, Inessa B.; Yarmanova, E. N.; Yegorov, A. D.; Stepantsov, V. I.; Fomina, E. V.; Tomilovaskaya, E. S.

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Free Content Evolution of Russian Microgravity Countermeasures
pp. A32-A37(6)
Authors: Yarmanova, Eugenia N.; Kozlovskaya, Inessa B.; Khimoroda, N. N.; Fomina, Elena V.

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Free Content Evaluating Bone Loss in ISS Astronauts
pp. A38-A44(7)
Authors: Sibonga, Jean D.; Spector, Elisabeth R.; Johnston, Smith L.; Tarver, William J.

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Free Content Assessing Sensorimotor Function Following ISS with Computerized Dynamic Posturography
pp. A45-A53(9)
Authors: Wood, Scott J.; Paloski, William H.; Clark, Jonathan B.

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Free Content Orthostatic Intolerance After ISS and Space Shuttle Missions
pp. A54-A67(14)
Authors: Lee, Stuart M. C.; Feiveson, Alan H.; Stein, Sydney; Stenger, Michael B.; Platts, Steven H.

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Free Content Isokinetic Strength Changes Following Long-Duration Spaceflight on the ISS
pp. A68-A77(10)
Authors: English, Kirk L.; Lee, Stuart M.C.; Loehr, James A.; Ploutz–Snyder, Robert J.; Ploutz–Snyder, Lori L.

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Free Content The First 10 Years of Aerobic Exercise Responses to Long-Duration ISS Flights
pp. A78-A86(9)
Authors: Moore, Alan D.; Lynn, Peggy A.; Feiveson, Alan H.

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Free Content Functional Fitness Testing Results Following Long-Duration ISS Missions
pp. A87-A91(5)
Authors: Laughlin, Mitzi S.; Guilliams, Mark E.; Nieschwitz, Bruce A.; Hoellen, David

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Free Content Exercise Countermeasures on ISS: Summary and Future Directions
pp. A92-A94(3)
Author: Loerch, Linda H.

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