1982
DOT/FAA/AM-
  • 82/1 Performance of air traffic control specialists (ATCS's) on a laboratory radar monitoring task: An exploratory study of complacency and a comparison of ATCS and non-ATCS performance
  • 82/2 A generic model for evaluation of the Federal Aviation Administration air traffic control specialist training programs
  • 82/3 Alcohol-induced physiological displacements and their effects on flight-related functions
  • 82/4 Effects of prior physical exertion on tolerance to hypoxia, orthostatic stress, and physical fatigue
  • 82/5 Evaluation of cardiopulmonary factors critical to successful emergency perinatal air transport
  • 82/6 Effects of approach lighting and variation in visible runway length on perception of approach angle in simulated night landings
  • 82/7 Crashworthiness studies: Cabin, seat, restraint, and injury findings in selected general aviation accidents
  • 82/8 Flight attendant injuries: 1971-1976
  • 82/9 Spatial geometry of the human pelvis
  • 82/10 The effects of physical fatigue and altitude on physiological, biochemical, and performance responses
  • 82/11 Selection of applicants for the air traffic controller occupation
  • 82/12 Transport index limits for shipments of radioactive material in passenger-carrying aircraft
  • 82/13 G incapacitation in aerobatic pilots: A flight hazard
  • 82/14 Regulatory aviation medicine: Its philosophies and limitations
  • 82/15 Carbon monoxide in-flight incapacitation: An occasional toxic problem in aviation
  • 82/16 Performance of 40- to 50-year- old subjects on a radar monitoring task: The effects of wearing bifocal glasses and interpolated rest periods on target detection time
  • 82/17 Physiological stress in air traffic controllers: A review
  • 82/18 Functional aging in pilots: An examination of a mathematical model based on medical data on general aviation pilots
  • 82/19 Effects of some motion sickness suppressants on tracking performance during angular accelerations