1992
DOT/FAA/AM-
  • 92/2 Radiation exposure of air carrier crewmembers II
  • 92/3 Human factors evaluation of the work environment of operators engaged in the inspection and repair of aging aircraft
  • 92/4 Exposures from headset interference tones
  • 92/5 Evaluation of an alternative method for hiring air traffic control specialists with prior military experience
  • 92/6 Effects of color vision deficiency on detection of color-highlighted targets in a simulated air traffic control display
  • 92/7 Confirmatory factor analysis of burnout dimensions: Correlations with job stressors and aspects of social support and job satisfaction
  • 92/8 Organizational goal congruence and job attitudes revisited
  • 92/9 Gender, equity, and job satisfaction
  • 92/10 Dimensionality and construct validity of the Perceptions of Organizational Politics Scale (POPS)
  • 92/11 A candidate automated test battery for neuropsychological screening of airmen: Design and preliminary validation
  • 92/12 A new test of scanning and monitoring ability: Methods and initial results
  • 92/13 Effects of subordinate feedback to the supervisor and participation in decision-making in the prediction of organizational support
  • 92/14 The prevalence of artificial lens implants in the civil airman population
  • 92/15 Survey of aviation medical examiners: Information and attitudes about the pre-employment and pre-appointment drug testing program
  • 92/16 A longitudinal examination of applicants to the air traffic supervisory identification and development program
  • 92/17 Organizational politics, participation in decision-making, and job satisfaction
  • 92/18 Inward contaminant leakage tests of the S-Tron Corporation emergency escape breathing device
  • 92/19 Tolerance of beta blocked hypertensives during orthostatic and altitude stress
  • 92/20 Evaluation of head impact kinematics for passengers seated behind interior walls
  • 92/21 Procedural justice, occupational identification, and organizational commitment
  • 92/22 Comparisons of molecular sieve oxygen concentrators for potential medical use aboard commercial aircraft
  • 92/23 The identification and quantitation of triamterene in blood and urine from a fatal aircraft accident
  • 92/24 Postmortem alcohol production in fatal aircraft accidents
  • 92/25 Enhancement of drug detection and identification by use of various derivatizing reagents on GC-FTIR analysis
  • 92/26 Identifying ability requirements for operators of future automated air traffic control systems
  • 92/27 Effects of seating configuration and number of type III exits on emergengy aircraft evacuation
  • 92/28 Performance of color-dependent tasks of air traffic control specialists as a function of type and degree of color vision deficiency
  • 92/29 Validity of clinical color vision tests for air traffic control specialists
  • 92/30 Comparison of performance on the Shipley Institute of Living scale, air traffic control specialist selection test, and FAA Academy screen
  • 92/31 En route air traffic controllers' use of flight progress strips: A graph-theoretic analysis