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We examined the effect and aftereffect of acute or chronic load of hypergravity produced by an animal centrifuge, on pica (that is, kaolin intake) in the rat as an index of motion sickness. Although the degree of pica initially induced by acute or chronic hypergravity was not different, the rate of decline of increased kaolin intake over poststimulus days was different. Pica after a 1-h load of 2g decreased rapidly. On the other hand, pica lasted 3 days after a 48-h load of 2g. These findingspmid:8968968 fatcat:skj2gvql2ncmdgc5y3cpx4eboe