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Behrang Keshavarz

Behrang is a Scientist at Toronto Rehabilitation Institute and an adjunct Assistant Professor at the Department of Psychology at Ryerson University. Behrang’s research focuses on human factors in virtual environments, with particular focus on increasing driving safety for younger and older drivers and preventing adverse effects of simulators, such as nausea and disorientation that are related to simulator sickness. He is also involved in exploring the neurocognitive and behavioral aspects of self-motion perception in virtual reality applications.

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  • Scientist, Toronto Rehabilitation Institute – University Health Network
  • Assistant Professor (adjunct), Department of Psychology, Ryerson University
  • Motion/Simulator sickness
  • illusory self-motion (vection)
  • multisensory integration
  • aging
  • driving