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Stoffregen gives talks in England and France; presents poster with student Yi-Chou Chen

StoffregenT-2007.jpgDr. Thomas Stoffregen, Kinesiology professor in human factors and ergonomics, gave an invited talk at Leeds University, England, on December 12. His topic was "Motion sickness considered as a movement disorder."

Dr. Stoffregen also presented at SKILLS, a meeting of the European Commission, in Montpellier, France, on December 16. His topic was "Interface solutions for interface problems."

Also at SKILLS, Dr. Stoffregen and Yi-Chou Chen, Kinesiology PhD student and Dr. Stoffregen's advisee, presented a poster on the topic, "Control of a virtual avatar influences postural activity and motion sickness."

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