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      Effects of ethnicity and gender on motion sickness susceptibility.

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          Susceptibility to motion sickness (MS) is known to be affected by gender and ethnic origin, but whether gender and ethnicity are interacting is unknown.

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          Journal
          Aviat Space Environ Med
          Aviation, space, and environmental medicine
          0095-6562
          0095-6562
          Nov 2005
          : 76
          : 11
          Affiliations
          [1 ] Institute of Medical Psychology, University of Düsseldorf, Germany.
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          16313141
          10fb3bca-9a29-4532-a982-649e5e33dd47
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