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Stoffregen and colleagues publish in Experimental Brain Research

StoffregenT-2007.jpg"Postural activity and motion sickness during video game play in children and adults," by Chih-Hui Chang, Wu-Wen Pan, Li-Ya Tseng, and Thomas A. Stoffregen, has been accepted for publication in Experimental Brain Research. In 2010, Experimental Brain Research had an impact factor of 2.296. Dr. Chang, who is a professor of physical education at National Kaohsiung Normal University (Taiwan), received her PhD in Kinesiology from Minnesota in 2006. Her adviser was Prof. Michael Wade.

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