1975
DOT/FAA/AM-
  • 75/1 Predictive validities of several clinical color vision tests for aviation signal light gun performance
  • 75/2 Anthropometry of airline stewardesses
  • 75/3 Attitudes on en route air traffic control training and work: A comparison of recruits initially trained at the FAA Academy and recruits initially trained at assigned centers
  • 75/4 The use of vestibular tests in civil aviation medical examinations: Survey of practices and proposals by aviation medical examiners
  • 75/5 To see or not to see: Visual acuity of pilots involved in midair collisions
  • 75/6 Interaction between marihuana and altitude on a complex behavioral task in baboons
  • 75/7 Stress in air traffic controllers: Comparison of two air route traffic control centers on different shift rotation patterns
  • 75/8 Physiological, subjective, and performance correlates of reported boredom and monotony while performing a simulated radar control task
  • 75/9 An evaluation of the effectiveness of the FAA Management Training School
  • 75/10 The effects of a 12-hour shift in the wake-sleep cycle on the physiological and biochemical responses and on multiple-task performance
  • 75/11 Earplug ratings based on the protector-attenuation rating (P-AR)
  • 75/12 Pilot performance and heart rate during in-flight use of a compact instrument display
  • 75/13 Functional strength of commercial-airline stewardesses
  • 75/14 The effects of dextroamphetamine on physiological responses and complex performance during sleep loss