1973
DOT/FAA/AM-
  • 73/1 Application of commercial aircraft accident investigation techniques to a railroad derailment
  • 73/2 Job attitudes of air traffic controllers: A comparison of three air traffic control specialties
  • 73/3 Subtle changes in brain functions produced by single doses of mevinphos (Phosdrin)
  • 73/4 Transient blindness due to the combined effects of mevinphos and atropine
  • 73/5 The aircraft as an instrument of self-destruction
  • 73/6 Frequency of anticollision observing responses by solo pilots as a function of traffic density, ATC traffic warnings, and competing behavior
  • 73/7 The relationships of age and ATC experience to job performance rating of terminal area traffic controllers
  • 73/8 Prevalence and incidence of disease among airmen medically certified during 1965
  • 73/9 In-flight performance of civilian pilots using moving-aircraft and moving-horizon attitude indicators
  • 73/10 Height and weight errors in aeromedical certification data
  • 73/11 Sonic boom startle effects: Report of a field study
  • 73/12 Flying high: The aeromedical aspects of marihuana
  • 73/13 Reception of distorted speech
  • 73/14 Personality and physiological correlates of performance decrement on a monotonous task requiring sustained attention
  • 73/15 Susceptibility to anxiety and shift difficulty as determinants of state anxiety in air traffic controllers
  • 73/16 A comparison of the startle effects resulting from exposure to two levels of simulated sonic booms
  • 73/17 Effects of secobarbital and d-amphetamine on tracking performance during angular acceleration
  • 73/18 Utility of several clinical tests of color-defective vision in predicting daytime and nighttime performance with the aviation signal light gun
  • 73/19 Aviation medicine translations: Annotated bibliography of recently translated material. VIII.
  • 73/20 Ear-protector ratings
  • 73/21 Physiological responses in air traffic control personnel: Houston Intercontinental Tower
  • 73/22 Physiological, biochemical, and psychological responses in air traffic control personnel: Comparison of the 5-day and 2-2-1 shift rotation patterns
  • 73/23 Study of control force limits for female pilots