Is there a set of rules or guidelines for how one ought to behave whilst in space?
Apart from all of the necessary rules in place for safety reasons, do astronauts and cosmonauts live by a unique etiquette, necessary only when in space?
One thing that stands out to me is conversing to others in zero-G. I'd find it especially annoying if the person I was talking was upside-down and refused to 'stand in line'(?).
Have there been any studies on how others react when a person defies both social norms and natural laws (gravity) at the same time? Are there any documented suggestions or protocols for how to orient yourself to others?