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==See also==
 
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*[[Aviation]]
 
*[[Decompression effects]]
 
*[[Decompression effects]]
 
*[[Flight simulation]]
 
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*[[Physiological stress]]
 
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Acceleration effects occur as a consequence of change in the rate of acceleration, whether sudden or gradual. They may be behavioural, physiological or psychological and have been studied in both animals and man.


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