1981
DOT/FAA/AM-
  • 81/2 Cardiorespiratory assessment of 24-hour crash-diet effects on altitude, +Gz, and fatigue tolerances
  • 81/3 Federal Aviation Administration Contract DOT-FA-77WA-4076: Neurological and neurosurgical conditions associated with aviation safety
  • 81/4 Aviation medicine translations: Annotated bibliography of recently translated material. X.
  • 81/5 Methodology in the assessment of stress among air traffic control specialists (ATCS): Normative adult data for the State-Trait Anxiety Inventory from non-ATCS populations
  • 81/6 Effect of different runway size on pilot performance during simulated night landing approaches
  • 81/7 Emergency cabin lighting installations: An analysis of ceiling- vs. lower-cabinmounted lighting during evacuation trials
  • 81/8 Physiological, biochemical, and performance responses to a 24-hour crash diet
  • 81/9 Prevalence of selected pathology among currently certified active airman
  • 81/10 Improving the crashworthiness of general aviation aircraft by crash injury investigations
  • 81/11 Factors related to the welfare of animals during transport by commercial aircraft
  • 81/12 Age-related differences in complex monitoring performance
  • 81/13 Fatigue in flight inspection field office (FIFO) flight crews
  • 81/14 The prevalence of visual deficiencies among 1979 general aviation accident airmen
  • 81/15 An analysis of civil aviation propeller-to-person accidents: 1965-1979
  • 81/16 A comparison of some effects of three antimotion sickness drugs on nystagmic responses to angular accelerations and to optokinetic stimuli