1967
DOT/FAA/AM-
  • 67/1 The relationships between chronological age, length of experience, and job performance ratings of air route traffic control specialists
  • 67/2 Adaptation to vestibular disorientation. IV. Responses to angular acceleration and to bilateral caloric stimulation following unilateral caloric habituation
  • 67/3 Development of techniques for evaluating the physiological protective efficiency of civil aviation oxygen equipment
  • 67/4 A protective passenger smoke hood
  • 67/5 Problems in aerial application: Detection of mild poisoning by organophosphorus pesticides using an automated method for cholinesterase activity
  • 67/6 Adaptation to vestibular disorientation. V. Eye-movement and subjective turning responses to two durations of angular acceleration
  • 67/7 Adaptation to vestibular disorientation. VI. Eye-movement and subjective turning responses to varied durations of angular acceleration
  • 67/8 Diagnostic tests of color-defective vision: Annotated bibliography, 1956-1966
  • 67/9 Performance characteristics of constant-flow phase dilution oxygen mask designs for general aviation
  • 67/10 Interaural intensity difference limen
  • 67/11 The biophysical basis and clinical applications of rheoencephalography
  • 67/12 Adaptation to vestibular disorientation. VII. Special effects of brief periods of visual fixation on nystagmus and sensations of turning
  • 67/13 A functional comparison of basic restraint systems
  • 67/14 An evaluation of potential decompression hazards in small pressurized aircraft
  • 67/15 In-flight physiological monitoring of student pilots
  • 67/16 Cross-modality matching of loudness to brightness for flashes of varying luminance and duration
  • 67/17 A portable device for the measurement of evaporative water loss
  • 67/18 Cue-enhancement as a function of task-set
  • 67/19 Adaptation to vestibular disorientation. VIII. "Coriolis" vestibular stimulation and the influence of different visual surrounds
  • 67/20 Perceived depth between familiar objects
  • 67/21 Evaluation of a biocidal turbine-fuel-additive
  • 67/22 Aircraft accidents by older persons
  • 67/23 Type airman certification as related to accidents
  • 67/24 Reaction time as a function of flash luminance and duration
  • 67/25 Aviation medicine, FAA-1966