1978
DOT/FAA/AM-
  • 78/1 Flotation and survival equipment studies
  • 78/2 Effects of ethanol on visual unit activity in the thalamus
  • 78/3 Passenger flow rates between compartments: Straight-segmented stairways, spiral stairways, and passageways with restricted vision and changes of attitude
  • 78/4 Aircrew and passenger protective breathing equipment studies
  • 78/5 Three reports relevant to stress in aviation personnel
  • 78/6 Evaluation of seating and restraint systems and anthropomorphic dummies conducted during fiscal year 1976
  • 78/7 Use of the occupational knowledge test to assign extra credit in selection of air traffic controllers
  • 78/8 Radiobiological aspects of high altitude flight: Relative biological effectiveness of fast neutrons in suppressing immune capacity to an infective agent
  • 78/9 Human respiratory considerations for civil transport aircraft system
  • 78/10 The relationship of predevelopmental 150 training with noncompetitively selected air traffic control trainees to FAA Academy success
  • 78/11 A comparison of the vigilance performance of men and women using a simulated radar task
  • 78/12 Child restraint systems for civil aircraft
  • 78/13 Spatial disorientation in general aviation accidents
  • 78/14 Three-dimensional anthropometry of the adult face
  • 78/15 Comparison of the visual perception of a runway model in pilots and nonpilots during simulated night landing approaches
  • 78/16 Psychophysiological effects of aging: Developing a functional age index for pilots: II. Taxonomy of psychological factors
  • 78/17 Comparative readability of enroute low altitude charts with and without terrain depiction
  • 78/18 Experimental attempts to evoke a differential response to different stressors
  • 78/19 The effects of altitude and two decongestant-antihistamine preparations on physiological functions and performance
  • 78/20 Cardiorespiratory assessment of decongestant-antihistamine effects on altitude, +Gz, and fatigue tolerances
  • 78/21 The morbidity experience of air traffic control personnel, 1967-1977
  • 78/22 Aeromedical implications of the X-Chrom lens for improving color vision deficiencies
  • 78/23 GPSS computer simulation of aircraft passenger emergency evacuations
  • 78/24 Evaluation of seating and restraint systems and anthropomorphic dummies conducted during fiscal year 1977
  • 78/25 Characteristics of medically disqualified airman applicants in calendar years 1975 and 1976
  • 78/26 Reactions of methamidophos with mammalian cholinesterases
  • 78/27 Psychophysiological effects of aging: Developing a functional age index for pilots: III. Measurement of pilot performance
  • 78/28 Visual performance assessment through clear and sunscreen-treated windows
  • 78/29 Conspicuity assessment of selected propeller and tail rotor paint schemes
  • 78/30 Assessment of factors possibly contributing to the susceptibility of sickle trait erythrocytes to mild hypoxia
  • 78/31 Agricultural aviation versus other general aviation: Toxicological findings in fatal accidents
  • 78/32 An evaluation of four MTS recurrent training courses
  • 78/33 Time-sharing ability in complex performance: An expanded replication
  • 78/34 The measurement and scaling of workload in complex performance
  • 78/35 Task force deterrence of air piracy-final report
  • 78/36 The development of the ATC selection battery: A new procedure to make maximum use of available information when correcting correlations for restriction in range due to selection
  • 78/37 A method to evaluate performance reliability of individual subjects in laboratory research applied to work settings
  • 78/38 Cardiovascular problems associated with aviation safety
  • 78/39 Air traffic controller health change study. Boston University School of Medicine
  • 78/40 Stress in air traffic controllers: A restudy of 32 controllers 5 to 9 years later
  • 78/41 The optical properties of smoke-protective devices