1991
DOT/FAA/AM-
  • 91/1 The effect of simulated altitude on the visual fields of glaucoma patients and the elderly
  • 91/2 Utilization of emergency medical kits by air carriers
  • 91/3 Response capability during civil air carrier inflight medical emergencies
  • 91/4 Flight service specialist initial qualifications course: Content validation of FAA Academy course 50232
  • 91/5 Job task-competency linkages for FAA first-level supervisors
  • 91/6 Donning times and flotation characteristics of infant life preservers: Four representative types
  • 91/7 The use and design of flightcrew checklists and manuals
  • 91/8 Some personality characteristics of air traffic control specialist trainees: Interactions of personality and aptitude test scores with FAA Academy success and career expectations
  • 91/9 Selection of air traffic controllers: Complexity, requirements, and public interest
  • 91/10 Two studies on participation in decision-making and equity among FAA personnel
  • 91/11 Exchange ideology as a moderator of the procedural justice-satisfaction relationship
  • 91/12 Selection criteria for alcohol detection methods
  • 91/13 Civilian training in high-altitude flight physiology
  • 91/14 The prevalence of aphakia in the civil airman population
  • 91/15 Cross-level inferences of job satisfaction in the prediction of intent to leave
  • 91/16 Human factors in aviation maintenance. Phase 1: Progress report
  • 91/17 Inhalation toxicology: XII. Comparison of toxicity rankings of six polymers in lethality and by incapacitation in rats
  • 91/18 Air traffic control specialists in the Airway Science Curriculum Demonstration Project 1984-1990: Third summative evaluation