1969
DOT/FAA/AM-
  • 69/1 Binocular fusion time in sleep-deprived subjects
  • 69/2 Medical factors in U.S. general aviation accidents
  • 69/3 Pathology of trauma attributed to restraint systems in crash impacts
  • 69/4 Experimental impact protection with advanced restraint systems: Preliminary primate tests with air bag and inertia reel/inverted-Y yoke torso harness
  • 69/5 Seat belt injuries in impact
  • 69/6 Methodology in the assessment of complex human performance: The effects of signal rate on monitoring a dynamic process
  • 69/7 Consistency of performance change and autonomic response as a function of expressed attitude toward a specific stress situation
  • 69/8 Patterns of physiological activity accompanying performance on a perceptual-motor task
  • 69/9 Effects of two common medications on complex performance
  • 69/10 Complex performance during exposure to high temperatures
  • 69/11 Occupations of active airmen
  • 69/12 The use of a tranquilizer (chlordiazepoxide) in flight training
  • 69/13 Experimental comparison of trauma in lateral (+Gy), rearwardfacing (+Gx), and forward-facing (-Gx) body orientations when restrained by lap belt only
  • 69/14 Effects of alcohol on complex performance
  • 69/15 The spiral aftereffect. II. Some influences of visual angle and retinal speed on the duration and intensity of illusory motion
  • 69/16 Methodology in the assessment of complex performance: The effects of signal rate on monitoring a static process
  • 69/17 Time-zone effects on the long-distance air traveler
  • 69/18 The safety significance of aircraft accident post mortem findings
  • 69/19 A comparison of the behavioral effects of various levels of chronic disulfoton poisoning
  • 69/20 Adaptation to vestibular disorientation. XI. The influence of specific and nonspecific gravireceptors on nystagmic responses to angular acceleration
  • 69/21 Recovery of motor performance following startle
  • 69/22 Determination of centers of gravity of infants
  • 69/23 Motor effects from visually induced disorientation in man
  • 69/24 Fidelity of simulation and transfer of training: A review of the problem