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For Michelle Ellsworth, Practice Makes … More Practice

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Like many people over the past year or so, Michelle Ellsworth has often felt disoriented, as if the world had been turned upside down. But she is probably the only person who responded to that feeling by putting herself in a wooden wheel so that she can be rotated 360 degrees around the axis of her nose.

“By replicating the sensation, I can try to understand it,” she said last week, in a Skype interview from her home in Boulder, Colo. A professor in the theate

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