1971
DOT/FAA/AM-
  • 71/1 Noise audiometry
  • 71/2 Physiological responses in air traffic control personnel: O'Hare Tower
  • 71/3 General aviation structures directly responsible for trauma in crash decelerations
  • 71/4 Use of skin temperature to predict tolerance to thermal environments
  • 71/5 Aviation medicine translations: Annotated bibliography of recently translated material. VI.
  • 71/6 Alcohol and disorientation-related responses. I. Nystagmus and "vertigo" during caloric and optokinetic stimulation
  • 71/7 Effects of conflicting auditory stimuli on color-word interference and arousal
  • 71/8 Biodynamic evaluation of air traffic control students between 1960-1963
  • 71/9 Physician pilot- in-command flight accidents, 1964 through 1970
  • 71/10 Medical and psychological aspects of mass air transportation
  • 71/11 Effects of low-grade hypoxia on performance in a vigilance situation
  • 71/12 Acceptance tests of various upper torso restraints
  • 71/13 Tolerances of the human brain to concussion
  • 71/14 Assessment of a "stress" response-set in the Composite Mood Adjective Check List
  • 71/15 Automated differential fluorometric analysis of norepinephrine and epinephrine in blood plasma and urine
  • 71/16 Alcohol and disorientation-related responses. II. Nystagmus and "vertigo" during angular acceleration
  • 71/17 Combined effects of altitude and high temperature on complex performance
  • 71/18 Aeromedical transportation and general aviation
  • 71/19 Changes in cardiovascular health parameters over an eight-year interval in an ATC population segment
  • 71/20 Alcohol and disorientation-related responses. III. Effects of alcohol ingestion on tracking performance during angular acceleration
  • 71/21 Affect adjective check list assessment of mood variations in air traffic controllers
  • 71/22 Effect of a moving optical environment on the subjective median
  • 71/23 Physiological responses of low-time private pilots to cross-country flying
  • 71/24 Aural glide slope cues: Their effect on pilot performance during in-flight simulated ILS instrument approaches
  • 71/25 The philosophy and limitations of FAA aeromedical standards, policies, and procedures
  • 71/26 Calibration of the Concorde radiation detection instrument and measurements at SST altitude
  • 71/27 Color-defective vision and the recognition of aviation color signal light flashes
  • 71/28 A nonverbal technique for the assessment of general intellectual ability in selection of aviation personnel
  • 71/29 The effects of simulated sonic booms on tracking performance and autonomic response
  • 71/30 Attitudes and motivational factors in terminal area air traffic control work
  • 71/31 The spiral aftereffect: III. Some effects of perceived size, retinal size, and retinal speed on the duration of illusory motion
  • 71/32 Color defective vision and day and night recognition of aviation color signal light flashes
  • 71/33 Civil aeromedical standards for general-use aerospace transportation vehicles
  • 71/34 Alcohol and disorientation-related responses. IV. Effects of different alcohol dosages and display illumination on tracking performance during vestibular stimulation
  • 71/35 Personality assessment in aviation: An analysis of the item ambiguity characteristics of the 16PF and MMPI
  • 71/36 The relationship between chronological age and aptitude test measures of advanced-level air traffic control trainees
  • 71/37 Evaluation of an improved flotation device for infants and small children
  • 71/38 Senior aviation medical examiners conducting FAA first-class medical examinations
  • 71/39 Alcohol and disorientation-related responses: V. The influence of alcohol on positional, rotatory, and coriolis vestibular responses over 32-hour periods
  • 71/40 Air traffic aptitude test measures of military and FAA controller trainees
  • 71/41 The acute toxicity of brief exposure of HF, HCl, and N02 and HCN singly and in combination with CO
  • 71/42 Discrimination of short-duration (two-pulse) flashes as a function of signal luminance and method of measurement