## Research Topics- centrifugation
- motion perception
- head movements
- rotation
- acceleration
- deceleration
- motion
- coriolis force
- cybernetics
- perception
- motion sickness
- computer simulation
- posture
- neurological models
- vestibule
- eye movements
- orientation
- space perception
- afterimage
- psychological models
- altered gravity
- neurons
- gravity perception
- vestibular nuclei
- semicircular canals
- confusion
- aviation
- vestibular diseases
- illusions
- theoretical models
| ## JAN ELISE HOLLY## SummaryAffiliation: Colby College Country: USA ## Publications- Constructive perception of self-motionJan E Holly
Department of Mathematics, Colby College, Waterville, ME, USA*J Vestib Res*18:249-66. 2008 - Sensory conflict compared in microgravity, artificial gravity, motion sickness, and vestibular disordersJan E Holly
Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Colby College, Waterville, ME 04901, USA*J Vestib Res*22:81-94. 2012 - Differences between perception and eye movements during complex motionsJan E Holly
Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Colby College, Waterville, ME, USA*J Vestib Res*21:193-208. 2011 - Phase-linking and the perceived motion during off-vertical axis rotationJan E Holly
Department of Mathematics, Colby College, 5845 Mayflower Hill, Waterville, ME, 04901, USA*Biol Cybern*102:9-29. 2010 - Whole-motion model of perception during forward- and backward-facing centrifuge runsJan E Holly
Department of Mathematics, Colby College, Waterville, ME 04901, USA*J Vestib Res*18:171-86. 2008 - Spatial disorientation in gondola centrifuges predicted by the form of motion as a whole in 3-DJan E Holly
Department of Mathematics, Colby College, 5845 Mayflower Hill, Waterville, ME 04901, USA*Aviat Space Environ Med*80:125-34. 2009 - Effect of radius versus rotation speed in artificial gravityJan E Holly
Department of Mathematics, Colby College, 5845 Mayflower Hill, Waterville, ME 04901, USA*J Vestib Res*17:333-46. 2007 - Head tilt-translation combinations distinguished at the level of neuronsJan E Holly
Department of Mathematics, Colby College, Waterville, ME 04901, USA*Biol Cybern*95:311-26. 2006 - Vestibular coriolis effect differences modeled with three-dimensional linear-angular interactionsJan E Holly
Department of Mathematics, Colby College, Mayflower Hill Drive, Waterville, ME 04901, USA*J Vestib Res*14:443-60. 2004 - Perceptual disturbances predicted in zero-g through three-dimensional modelingJan E Holly
Department of Mathematics, Colby College, Mayflower Hill Drive, Waterville, ME 04901, USA*J Vestib Res*13:173-86. 2003
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- Constructive perception of self-motionJan E Holly

Department of Mathematics, Colby College, Waterville, ME, USA*J Vestib Res*18:249-66. 2008..Such analysis will lead to perceptual rules analogous to those recognized in visual perception... - Sensory conflict compared in microgravity, artificial gravity, motion sickness, and vestibular disordersJan E Holly

Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Colby College, Waterville, ME 04901, USA*J Vestib Res*22:81-94. 2012..We hypothesized that the motions with the greatest Stretch Factor would be the most provocative motions... - Differences between perception and eye movements during complex motionsJan E Holly

Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Colby College, Waterville, ME, USA*J Vestib Res*21:193-208. 2011..In addition, while eye movements are consistent with linear filtering processes, perceived motion has dynamics that cannot be explained by basic differences in time constants, filtering, or standard GIF-resolution processes... - Phase-linking and the perceived motion during off-vertical axis rotationJan E Holly

Department of Mathematics, Colby College, 5845 Mayflower Hill, Waterville, ME, 04901, USA*Biol Cybern*102:9-29. 2010..In addition, the competing "standard" model was mathematically proved to be unable to predict the bottom-pivot cone regardless of the values used for parameters in the model... - Whole-motion model of perception during forward- and backward-facing centrifuge runsJan E Holly

Department of Mathematics, Colby College, Waterville, ME 04901, USA*J Vestib Res*18:171-86. 2008..This model is based upon many of the same principles as the standard model, but includes an additional concept of familiarity of motions as a whole... - Spatial disorientation in gondola centrifuges predicted by the form of motion as a whole in 3-DJan E Holly

Department of Mathematics, Colby College, 5845 Mayflower Hill, Waterville, ME 04901, USA*Aviat Space Environ Med*80:125-34. 2009.... - Effect of radius versus rotation speed in artificial gravityJan E Holly

Department of Mathematics, Colby College, 5845 Mayflower Hill, Waterville, ME 04901, USA*J Vestib Res*17:333-46. 2007..Also predicted is that head-movement direction makes a difference, with rotation outward relative to the centrifuge axis causing the least disturbance... - Head tilt-translation combinations distinguished at the level of neuronsJan E Holly

Department of Mathematics, Colby College, Waterville, ME 04901, USA*Biol Cybern*95:311-26. 2006..Combinations of other neurons, as well, are shown to distinguish motions. Relative response phases and in-phase firing-rate modulation are the key to identifying specific motions from within this infinite set of combined motions... - Vestibular coriolis effect differences modeled with three-dimensional linear-angular interactionsJan E Holly

Department of Mathematics, Colby College, Mayflower Hill Drive, Waterville, ME 04901, USA*J Vestib Res*14:443-60. 2004..Three-dimensional graphics were used to highlight the manner in which linear-angular interaction causes perceptual disturbance, and a crucial component is the Stretch Factor, which measures the "unexpected" linear component... - Perceptual disturbances predicted in zero-g through three-dimensional modelingJan E Holly

Department of Mathematics, Colby College, Mayflower Hill Drive, Waterville, ME 04901, USA*J Vestib Res*13:173-86. 2003..In addition, clockwise-counterclockwise differences did not appear in zero-g, in contrast to the differences that appear in 1-g... - Baselines for three-dimensional perception of combined linear and angular self-motion with changing rotational axisJ E Holly

Department of Mathematics, Colby College, Waterville, ME 04901, USA*J Vestib Res*10:163-78. 2000..The present analysis is consistent with, and expands upon, previous analyses of individual components of motion... - Identification of head motions by central vestibular neurons receiving linear and angular inputJ E Holly

Department of Mathematics, Colby College, Waterville, ME 04901, USA*Biol Cybern*81:177-88. 1999..However, a pair of neurons can code for a motion by the relative phases of firing-rate modulation. In this way, information about motion is enhanced by neurons combining information about linear and angular motion... - Timing of secondary vestibular neuron responses to a range of rotational head movementsJ E Holly

Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Colby College, Waterville, ME 04901, USA*Biol Cybern*79:39-48. 1998..On the other hand, an in-phase response of three neurons can identify a single motion, for certain patterns of primary afferent convergence... - Three-dimensional baselines for perceived self-motion during acceleration and deceleration in a centrifugeJ E Holly

Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Colby College, Waterville, ME 04901, USA*J Vestib Res*7:45-61. 1997..The results lead to several experimental questions...