1980
DOT/FAA/AM-
  • 80/1 Boredom and monotony as a consequence of automation: A consideration of the evidence relating boredom and monotony to stress
  • 80/2 Cosmic radiation exposure during air travel
  • 80/3 Aircraft crashworthiness studies: Findings in accidents involving an aerial application aircraft
  • 80/4 The current role of alcohol as a factor in civil aircraft accidents
  • 80/5 System performance, error rates, and training time for recent FAA Academy nonradar graduates, community persons, and handicapped persons on the radar training facility pilot position
  • 80/6 Medical and toxicological factors in aircraft accidents
  • 80/7 The selection of air traffic control specialists: I. History and review of contributions by the Civil Aeromedical Institute
  • 80/8 Postmortem coronary atherosclerosis findings in general aviation accident pilot fatalities: 1975-1977
  • 80/9 Effects of ozone (0.30 parts per million, ~600 ug/m3) on sedentary men representative of airline passengers and cockpit crewmembers
  • 80/10 Changes in the oxygen-hemoglobin dissociation curve and time of useful function at hypobaric pressures in rats after chronic oral administration of propranolol
  • 80/11 The effects of tobacco on aviation safety
  • 80/12 Considerations relative to the use of canes by blind travelers in air carrier aircraft cabins
  • 80/13 Readability of self-illuminated signs obscured by black fuel-fire smoke
  • 80/14 Stress, anxiety, and the air traffic control specialist: Some conclusions from a decade of research
  • 80/15 The Federal Aviation Administration's radar training facility and employee selection and training
  • 80/16 Effects of long-term exposure to low levels of ozone: A review
  • 80/17 An exploratory investigation of various assessment instruments as correlates of complex visual monitoring performance
  • 80/18 Evaluation of the protective efficiency of a new oxygen mask for aircraft passenger use to 40,000 feet
  • 80/19 Characteristics of medically disqualified airman applicants in calendar years 1977 and 1978
  • 80/20 Vocational options for those with sickle cell trait: Questions about hypoxemia and the industrial environment