1965
DOT/FAA/AM-
  • 65/1 Auditory fatigue: Influence of mental factors
  • 65/2 Effects of several mental tasks on auditory fatigue
  • 65/3 Medical services at airports
  • 65/4 Cranial impedance plethysmography-Rheoencephalography as a method of detection of cerebrovascular disease
  • 65/5 Biomedical survey of ATC facilities: I. Incidence of self-reported symptoms
  • 65/6 Biomedical survey of ATC facilities: II. Experience and age
  • 65/7 Human factors of emergency evacuation
  • 65/8 On the elimination of pulse wave velocity in stroke volume determination from the ultralow frequency displacement ballistocardiogram
  • 65/9 Pupillary movements during acute and chronic fatigue
  • 65/10 ATC system error and appraisal of controller proficiency
  • 65/11 The equidistance tendency and its consequences: Problems in depth perception
  • 65/12 Survival of high-velocity free-falls in water
  • 65/13 Fatigue in aviation activities
  • 65/14 The angle of shoulder slope in normal males as a factor in shoulder-harness design
  • 65/15 Ballistocardiography: a bibliography
  • 65/16 Pilot fatigue: Intercontinental jet flight: Oklahoma City-Tokyo
  • 65/17 Aviation medicine translations: Annotated bibliography of recently translated
    material. III
  • 65/18 Adaptation to vestibular disorientation: I. Vertigo and nystagmus following repeated clinical stimulation
  • 65/19 Problems in air traffic management: V. Identification and potential of aptitude test measures for selection of tower air traffic controller trainees
  • 65/20 Tolerances of the human face to crash impact
  • 65/21 Problems in air traffic management: VI. Interaction of training-entry age with intellectual and personality characteristics of air traffic control specialists
  • 65/22 Problems in air traffic management. VII. Job and training performance of air traffic control specialists-measurement, structure, and prediction
  • 65/23 Determination of centers of gravity of children, sitting and standing
  • 65/24 Adaptation to vestibular disorientation. II. Nystagmus and vertigo following high-velocity angular accelerations
  • 65/25 Latency of pupillary reflex to light stimulation and its relationship to aging
  • 65/26 Anthropometry of air traffic control trainees
  • 65/27 Intrarenal hemodynamic changes following acute partial renal arterial occlusion
  • 65/28 Phase shifts of the human circadian system and performance deficit during the periods of transition: I, East-West flight
  • 65/29 Phase shifts of the human circadian system and performance deficit during the periods of transition: II. West-East flight
  • 65/30 Phase shifts of the human circadian system and performance deficit during the periods of transition: III. North-South flight
  • 65/31 Development and evaluation of a radar air traffic control research task
  • 65/32 Problems in depth perception: A method of simulating objects moving in depth