1979
DOT/FAA/AM-
  • 79/2 Sex and race determination of crania by calipers and computer: A test of the Giles and Elliot discriminant functions in 52 forensic cases
  • 79/3 A comparison of three models for determining test fairness
  • 79/4 Pilot performance during simulated approaches and landings made with various computer-generated visual glidepath indicators
  • 79/5 Accoustic signals for emergency evacuation
  • 79/6 Injuries in air transport emergency evacuations
  • 79/7 Laboratory performance during acute intoxication and hangover
  • 79/8 A lower body negative pressure box for +Gz simulation in the upright seated position
  • 79/9 Effects of congener and noncongener alcoholic beverages on a clinical ataxia battery
  • 79/10 Effects of propranolol on time of useful function (TUF) in rats
  • 79/11 A comparison of the job attitudes and interest patterns of air traffic and airway facility personnel
  • 79/12 Visual search performance during simulated radar observation with and without a sweepline
  • 79/13 Oxygen equipment and rapid decompression studies
  • 79/14 The selection of air traffic control specialists: Two studies demonstrating methods to insure an accurate validity coefficient for selection devices
  • 79/15 Development of electrophysiological indices of neurological toxicity for organophosphate pesticides and depressant drugs
  • 79/16 Interstimulus interval as it affects temporary threshold shift in serial presentations of loud tones
  • 79/17 Evaluation of seating and restraint systems conducted during fiscal year 1978
  • 79/18 Performance standards for pass-fail determinations in the national air traffic flight service station training program
  • 79/19 The 1976 accident experience of civilian pilots with static physical defects
  • 79/20 Effects of ozone on exercising and sedentary adult men and women representative of the flight attendant population
  • 79/21 Toward the development of a new selection battery for air traffic control specialists
  • 79/22 Readability of self-illuminated signs in a smoke-obscured environment
  • 79/23 A description of the Civil Aeromedical Institute airline cabin safety data bank: 1970-1976
  • 79/24 Effects of noise exposure on performance of a simulated radar task
  • 79/25 Runway image as a cue for judgment of approach angle
  • 79/26 Performance effects of alcohol intoxication and hangover at ground level and at simulated altitude