1990
DOT/FAA/AM-
  • 90/2 Management assessment: implications for development and training
  • 90/3 Effects of monitoring under high and low taskload on detection of flashing and colored radar targets
  • 90/4 Studies of poststrike air traffic control specialist trainees: III. Changes in demographic characteristics of Academy entrants and biodemographic predictors of success in air traffic controller selection and Academy screening
  • 90/5 Medically disqualified airline pilots in calendar years 1987 and 1988
  • 90/6 Pilot views of Montgomery County, Texas automated FSS services
  • 90/7 Right bundle branch block as a risk factor for subsequent cardiac events
  • 90/8 Correlates of two experimental tests with performance in the FAA Academy air traffic control nonradar screen program
  • 90/9 Evaluation of functional color vision requirements and current color vision screening tests for air traffic control specialists
  • 90/10 The use of contact lenses in the civil airman population
  • 90/11 Development of a crashworthy seat for commuter aircraft
  • 90/12 The FAA altitude chamber training flight profile: A survey of altitude reactions - 1965-1989
  • 90/13 Selection of air traffic controllers for automated systems: applications from current research
  • 90/14 Second Federal Aviation Administration meeting on human factors issues in aircraft maintenance and inspection: Information exchange and communications
  • 90/15 Inhalation toxicology: X. Times to incapacitation for rats exposed continuously to carbon monoxide, acrolein, and to carbon monoxide-acrolein mixtures
  • 90/16 Inhalation toxicology: XI. The effect of elevated temperature on carbon monoxide toxicity