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Winter, L; Wollmer, M A; Laurens, J; Straumann, D; Kruger, T H C (2013). Cox's Chair Revisited: Can Spinning Alter Mood States? Frontiers in Psychiatry:4:132.

Winter, L; Kruger, T H C; Laurens, J; Engler, H; Schedlowski, M; Straumann, D; Wollmer, M A (2012). Vestibular stimulation on a motion-simulator impacts on mood States. Frontiers in Psychology:3:499.

Cohen, B; Dai, M; Ogorodnikov, D; Laurens, J; Raphan, T; Müller, P; Athanasios, A; Edmaier, J; Grossenbacher, T; Stadtmüller, K; Brugger, U; Hauser, G; Straumann, D (2011). Motion sickness on tilting trains. FASEB Journal, 25(11):3765-3774.

Laurens, J; Strauman, D; Hess, B J M (2011). Spinning versus wobbling: how the brain solves a geometry problem. Journal of Neuroscience, 31(22):8093-8101.

Bertolini, G; Ramat, S; Laurens, J; Bockisch, C J; Marti, S; Straumann, D; Palla, A (2011). Velocity storage contribution to vestibular self-motion perception in healthy human subjects. Journal of Neurophysiology, 105(1):209-223.

Laurens, J; Straumann, D; Hess, B J M (2010). Processing of angular motion and gravity information through an internal model. Journal of Neurophysiology, 104(3):1370-1381.

Laurens, J; Awai, L; Bockisch, C; Hegemann, S; van Hedel, H J A; Dietz, V; Straumann, D (2010). Visual contribution to postural stability: Interaction between target fixation or tracking and static or dynamic large-field stimulus. Gait & Posture, 31(1):37-41.

Laurens, J; Hess, B J M; Straumann, D (2008). Geometrical considerations on canal-otolith interactions during OVAR and Bayesian modelling. Progress in Brain Research, 171:287-290.

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