1972
DOT/FAA/AM-
  • 72/2 The psycho-social reconstruction inventory: A postdictal instrument in aircraft accident investigation
  • 72/3 The benefits of the use of shoulder harness in general aviation aircraft
  • 72/4 The effects of alcohol on pilot performance during instrument flight
  • 72/5 Multiple-task performance as a predictor of the potential of air traffic controller trainees
  • 72/6 Effectiveness of restraint equipment in enclosed areas
  • 72/7 Evaluation of a fiberglass instrument glare shield for protection against head injury
  • 72/8 Effects of backscatter of brief high-intensity light on physiological responses of instrument-rated pilots and non-pilots
  • 72/9 Pilot tracking performance during successive in-flight simulated instrument approaches
  • 72/10 Physiological evaluation of a modified jet transport passenger oxygen mask
  • 72/11 Effects of alcohol on a problem-solving task
  • 72/12 A comparison of serum cholinesterase methods: II
  • 72/13 Attrition from active airman status during 1970
  • 72/14 The color- word interference test and its relation to performance impairment under auditory distraction
  • 72/15 Crash survival analysis of 16 agricultural aircraft accidents
  • 72/16 Aviation medicine translations: Annotated bibliography of recently translated material. VII.
  • 72/17 High temperature and performance in a flight task simulator
  • 72/18 A proposed new test for aptitude screening of air traffic controller applicants
  • 72/19 Residual performance effects of simulated sonic booms introduced during sleep
  • 72/20 The use of simple indicators for detecting potential coronary heart disease susceptibility in the air traffic controller population
  • 72/21 Methodology in the measurement of complex human performance: Two-dimensional compensatory tracking
  • 72/22 A comparative study of female and male air traffic controller trainees
  • 72/23 A study of the State-Trait Anxiety Inventory and the assessment of stress under simulated conditions
  • 72/24 Sonic booms and sleep: Affect change as a function of age
  • 72/25 Self-estimate of distractibility as related to performance decrement on a task requiring sustained attention
  • 72/26 The use of simple indicators for detecting potential coronary heart disease susceptibility in the third-class airman population
  • 72/27 A preliminary study of maximal control force capability of female pilots
  • 72/28 G effects on the pilot during aerobatics
  • 72/29 Behavioral changes from chronic exposure to pesticides used in aerial application: Effects of Phosdrin on the performance of monkeys and pigeons on variable interval reinforcement schedules
  • 72/30 GPSS/360 computer models to simulate aircraft passenger emergency evacuation
  • 72/31 Binaural processing of speech in light aircraft
  • 72/32 Auditory effects of noise on air-crew personnel
  • 72/33 Attrition-retention rates of air traffic controller trainees recruited during 1960-1963 and 1968-1970
  • 72/34 Alcohol and disorientation-related responses. VI. Effects of alcohol on eye movements and tracking performance during laboratory angular accelerations about the yaw and pitch axes
  • 72/35 Simulated sonic booms and sleep: Effects of repeated booms of 1.0 psf