1968
DOT/FAA/AM-
  • 68/2 Adaptation to vestibular disorientation: IX. Influence of head position on the habituation of vertical nystagmus
  • 68/3 Biomedical applications of a commercial capacitance transducer
  • 68/4 Contribution of activity to the circadian rhythm in excretion of magnesium and calcium
  • 68/5 Usage of combined airman certification by active airmen: An active airman population estimate
  • 68/6 Impact injuries in pregnancy. I. Experimental studies
  • 68/7 Aviation medicine translations: Annotated bibliography of recently translated material. V.
  • 68/8 Circadian rhythms and the effects of long-distance flights
  • 68/9 A retrospective analysis of aeromedical certification denial actions. January 1961-December 1967
  • 68/10 The spiral aftereffect: Influence of stimulus size and viewing distance on the duration of illusory motion
  • 68/11 Pilot response to peripheral vision cues during instrument flying tasks
  • 68/12 Peripheral vision cues: Their effect on pilot performance during instrument landing approaches and recoveries from unusual attitudes
  • 68/13 The effects of body thermal state on manual performance
  • 68/14 A comparative study of air traffic trainee aptitude-test measures involving Navy, Marine Corps, and FAA controllers
  • 68/15 Effects of two antihistamine containing compounds upon performance at three altitudes
  • 68/16 Drug and toxic hazards in general aviation
  • 68/17 The effects of cognitive appraisal of stress on heart rate and task performance
  • 68/18 The effects of alcohol at three simulated aircraft cabin conditions
  • 68/19 Fatal injuries resulting from extreme water impact
  • 68/20 Two-flash thresholds as a function of flash luminance and area
  • 68/21 Cockpit noise intensity: Fifteen single-engine light aircraft
  • 68/22 A comparison of effects of peripheral vision cues on pilot performance during instrument flight in dissimilar aircraft simulators
  • 68/23 A table for converting pH to hydrogen ion concentration [H+] over the range 5-9
  • 68/24 Impact injury to the pregnant female and fetus in lap belt restraint
  • 68/25 Cockpit noise intensity: Eleven twin-engine light aircraft
  • 68/26 Physiological studies on air tanker pilots flying forest fire retardant missions
  • 68/27 Assessment of the Broca-Sulzer phenomenon via inter- and intra-modality matching procedures: Studies of signal-light brightness
  • 68/28 Adaptation to vestibular disorientation. X. Modification of vestibular nystagmus and vertigo by means of visual stimulation