1996
DOT/FAA/AM-
  • 96/2 Human factors in aviation maintenance: Phase V progress report
  • 96/3 Crashes of instructional flights: Analysis of cases and remedial approaches
  • 96/4 Performance of a continuous flow passenger oxygen mask at an altitude of 40,000 feet
  • 96/5 How controllers compensate for the lack of flight progress strips
  • 96/6 A formative evaluation of the collegiate training initiative--Air Traffic Control Specialist Program
  • 96/7 Determination of effective thoracic mass
  • 96/8 Qualification guidelines for personal computer-based aviation training devices: instrument rating
  • 96/9 Blinks, Saccades, and Fixation Pauses During Vigilance Task Performance: II. Gender and Time of Day
  • 96/10 Methods and Metrics of Voice Communications
  • 96/11 Dummy and Injury Criteria for Aircraft Crashworthiness
  • 96/12 Ophthalmic Requirements and Considerations for the En Route Air Traffice Control Specialist: An Ergonomic Analysis of the Visual Work Enviornment
  • 96/13 Differential prediction of FAA Academy performance on the basis of gender and written Air Traffice Control Specialist aptitude test scores
  • 96/14 The Analysis of Benzodiazepines in Forensic Urine Samples
  • 96/15 Use of off-the-shelf PC-based flight simulators for aviation human factors research
  • 96/16 A comparison of the effects of navigational display formats and memory aids on pilot performance
  • 96/17 A Comprehensive Drug Screening Procedure for Urine Using HPLC, TLC, and Mass Spectroscopy
  • 96/18 Aircraft Evacuations Onto Escape Slides and Platforms: Effects of Passenger Motivation
  • 96/19 Developing the Personal Minimums Tool for Managing Risk During Preflight Go/No-Go Decisions
  • 96/20 Aviation Topics Speech Acts Taxonomy (ATSAT) pc User's Guide Version 2.0
  • 96/21 Fatal general aviation accidents involving spatial disorientation: 1976-1992
  • 96/22 A further validation of the practical color vision test for enroute air traffic control applicants
  • 96/23 Shift work, age, and performance: Investigation of the 2-2-1 shift schedule used in air traffic control facilities II: Laboratory performance measures
  • 96/24 Flight inspection crew resource management training needs analysis
  • 96/25 Survival at high altitudes: Wheel-well passengers
  • 96/26 An analysis of approach control/pilot voice communications
  • 96/27 The use of task-specific lenses by presbyopic air traffic controllers at the en route radar console