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Table 1 Subject attributes and the variation in LF/HF ratio

From: Effect of predictive sign of acceleration on heart rate variability in passive translation situation: preliminary evidence using visual and vestibular stimuli in VR environment

Name Age Sex Driving frequency Motion sickness sensitivity No sign 750-Intv. 3500-Intv.
OTM 23 M Everyday Childhood - - -
SSK 21 M Occasionally None + + +
UEN 22 M None Childhood + + -
HOK 28 M Everyday None + - -
KWN 29 M None Occasionally + + -
SUG 23 M None Childhood + - +
JUK 21 M Occasionally Occasionally + - -
KTM 24 M None None + + +
MYS 28 M None Occasionally - - +
NGW 27 M Occasionally None + - -
SAT 28 M Occasionally None + - +
SMY 23 M None None + + -
STO 26 F None None + + +
TCT 23 F Occasionally Occasionally - + -
TJT 23 F Everyday Occasionally - + +
UNO 25 F None Childhood + - +
YMJ 21 F Occasionally Occasionally + - +
YMS 24 F None Occasionally + - +
YNG 23 F Everyday None - + -
YSR 22 F None Occasionally + - +
NSG 27 F Occasionally Occasionally + + -
  1. Name corresponds to the each titles of Figure 6.
  2. Sex M = male, F = female
  3. No sign, 750-Intv, and 3500-Intv + = Increase of LF/HF ratio, - = Decrease of LF/HF ratio from the first phase to the last phase.