Daniel C. Zikovitz

DRDC, Denver, CO, United States 
"Daniel Zikovitz"
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Laurence R. Harris grad student 2004 York University
 (The perception of linear self -motion in response to combinations of visual and physical motion cues.)
Keith K Niall post-doc 2004-2006 GE Healthcare
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Kapralos B, Zikovitz D, Khattak S. (2007) Auditory motion perception threshold Have 2007 - the 6th Ieee International Workshop On Haptic, Audio and Visual Environments and Games, Proceedings. 1-4
Jenkin HL, Dyde RT, Zacher JE, et al. (2005) The relative role of visual and non-visual cues in determining the perceived direction of "up": experiments in parabolic flight. Acta Astronautica. 56: 1025-32
Jaekl P, Zikovitz DC, Jenkin MR, et al. (2005) Gravity and perceptual stability during translational head movement on earth and in microgravity. Acta Astronautica. 56: 1033-40
Harris LR, Allison RS, Jaekl PM, et al. (2002) Extracting self-created retinal motion Journal of Vision. 2: 509a
Jaekl PM, Allison RS, Harris LR, et al. (2002) Judging perceptual stability during active rotation and translation in various orientations Journal of Vision. 2: 508a
Allison RS, Harris LR, Hogue AR, et al. (2002) Simulating self-motion II: A virtual reality tricycle Virtual Reality. 6: 86-95
Harris LR, Jenkin MR, Zikovitz D, et al. (2002) Simulating self-motion I: Cues for the perception of motion Virtual Reality. 6: 75-85
Jaekl PM, Allison RS, Harris LR, et al. (2002) Perceptual stability during head movement in virtual reality Proceedings - Virtual Reality Annual International Symposium. 149-155
Zikovitz DC, Jenkin M, Harris LR. (2001) Comparison of stereoscopic and non-stereoscopic optic flow displays Journal of Vision. 1: 317a
Harris LR, Jenkin M, Zikovitz DC. (2000) Visual and non-visual cues in the perception of linear self-motion. Experimental Brain Research. 135: 12-21
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