1966
DOT/FAA/AM-
  • 66/2 Aviation medicine translations: Annotated bibliography of recently translated material. IV.
  • 66/3 Cockpit design for impact survival
  • 66/4 A table of intensity increments
  • 66/5 Problems in aerial application: A comparison of the effects of dieldrin poisoning in cold-adapted and room-temperature mammals
  • 66/6 Fatigue and stress studies: An improved semiautomated procedure for fluorometric determination of plasma catecholamines
  • 66/7 Evaluation of the physiological protective efficiency of a new prototype disposable passenger oxygen mask
  • 66/8 The predominant causes of crashes and recommended therapy
  • 66/9 Selected facial measurements of children for oxygen mask design
  • 66/10 Effects of decompression on operator performance
  • 66/11 Problems in aerial application: I.-V.
  • 66/12 Injury potentials of light-aircraft instrument panels
  • 66/13 Flotation characteristics of aircraft-passenger seat cushions
  • 66/14 Problems in aviation personnel: Influence of a tranquilizer on temperature regulation in man
  • 66/15 Hypoxia and performance decrement
  • 66/16 The aeromedical assessment of human systolic and diastolic blood-pressure transients without direct arterial puncture
  • 66/17 Problems in aeromedical certification: Cardiovascular responses to exercise following myocardial infarction
  • 66/18 Evaluation of head and face injury potential of current airline seats during crash decelerations
  • 66/19 Performance tasks for operator-skills research
  • 66/20 Evaluation of the Sierra hanging quick-don crew pressure-breathing oxygen mask
  • 66/21 Clinical aviation medicine: A physical-conditioning program for cardiac patients
  • 66/22 Problems in depth perception: Perceived size and distance of familiar objects
  • 66/23 The achievement of thermal balance and its maintenance during environmental stress
  • 66/24 Problems in depth perception: Equidistance judgments in the vicinity of a binocular illusion
  • 66/25 Physician flight accidents
  • 66/26 Problems in aerial application: Histochemistry of Weil stain on liver
  • 66/27 Human factors in general aviation accidents
  • 66/28 Oxygen in general aviation
  • 66/29 Recent findings on the impairment of airmanship by alcohol
  • 66/30 Protecting the Ag pilot
  • 66/31 The stall barrier as a new preventive in general aviation accidents
  • 66/32 In-flight response to a new non-gyroscopic blind flight instrument
  • 66/33 Recommendations for shoulder restraint installation in general aviation aircraft
  • 66/34 Problems in aerial application: A comparison of the acute effects of endrin and carbon tetrachloride on the livers of rats and of the residual effects one month after poisoning
  • 66/35 Pilot vision considerations: The effect of age on binocular fusion time
  • 66/36 Clinical aviation medicine research: Comparison of simultaneous measurements of intra-aortic and auscultatory blood pressure with pressure-flow dynamics during rest and exercise
  • 66/37 Adaptation to vestibular disorientation. III. Influence on adaptation of interrupting nystagmic eye movements with opposing stimuli
  • 66/38 A homogeneous field for light adaptation
  • 66/39 Exposure of men to intermittent photic stimulation under simulated IFR conditions
  • 66/40 Evaluation of various padding materials for crash protection
  • 66/41 Physiological responses of pilots to severe-weather flying
  • 66/42 Emergency evacuation tests of a crashed L-1649