Cybersickness More Likely to Affect Women, Iowa State Research to Help Understand Why

Iowa State researchers in psychology and engineering found women experience cybersickness from virtual reality more often than men. Their ongoing work, supported by a new $600,000 grant from the National Science Foundation, explores the difference and options to help individuals adapt. Like motion sickness, cybersickness occurs when there is a mismatch between visual motion and body motion. 

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