1964
DOT/FAA/AM-
  • 64/1 Studies on aging in aviation personnel
  • 64/2 The effect of physical conditioning on an individual before and after suffering a myocardial infarction
  • 64/3 The gradational step test for assessing cardiorespiratory capacity: An experimental evaluation of treadmill and step test procedures
  • 64/4 Cardiovascular health status, age, and psychological performance
  • 64/5 Current status of clot dissolution therapy
  • 64/6 Unsuspected neurologic disease in aviation personnel: Survival following seizures in flight
  • 64/7 Chronic thrombotic obstruction of major pulmonary arteries
  • 64/8 Cardiopulmonary consequences of pyrogen-induced hyperpyrexia in man
  • 64/9 Duration of spiral aftereffect as a function of retinal size, retinal place, and hemiretinal transfer
  • 64/10 Duration as a measure of the spiral aftereffect
  • 64/11 Effect of glyceryl trinitrate on pulmonary vasculature of anesthetized dogs
  • 64/12 Comments on progress in ballistocardiographic research and the current state of the art
  • 64/13 The size cue to visually perceived distance
  • 64/14 Effects of bilateral caloric habituation on nystagmus responses of the cat
  • 64/15 Design and performance characteristics of a mechanically driven vestibular stimulator
  • 64/16 Aviation medicine translations: Annotated bibliography of recently translated material. II
  • 64/17 The physiological locus of the spiral aftereffect
  • 64/18 Physiological recordings from pilots operating an aircraft simulator
  • 64/19 The recognition of strictly posterior myocardial infarction by conventional scalar electrocardiography
  • 64/20 Aviation medical papers and reports: a bibliography