FAA Aviation/Aerospace Medicine Reports

2017

  • FAA/AM-17/01 - Comparison of AC and Original Formulation Confor™ Foam Performance in Civil Aircraft Vertical Impact Tests
  • FAA/AM-17/02 - Supplemental Injury Risk Considerations for Aircraft Side-Facing Seat Certification
  • FAA/AM-17/03 - Initial Evaluation of the Operational Assessment Program
  • FAA/AM-17/04 - Current Status of Gaze Control Research and Technology Literature Review
  • FAA/AM-17/05 - Gene Expression Biomarkers for Neurobehavioral Impairment From Total Sleep Deprivation
  • FAA/AM-17/06 - Pilot-Reported Beta-Blockers Identified by Forensic Toxicology Analysis of Postmortem Specimens
  • FAA/AM-17/07 - Line Operations Safety Assessments (LOSA) in Maintenance and Ramp Environments
  • FAA/AM-17/08 - Approximating Shielding Effects on Galactic Cosmic Radiation Effective Dose Rate Calculations During Extreme Altitude and Sub-Orbital Flights Using CARI-7/7A
  • FAA/AM-17/09 - Assessment of Head and Neck Injury Potential During Aircraft Longitudinal Impacts

2016

  • FAA/AM-16/01 - Index of Historical Research Reports and Documents in the Protection and Survival Laboratory at the Civil Aerospace Medical Institute
  • FAA/AM-16/02 - An Examination of the Success of Developmental Air Traffic Controllers Transferring to Lower-Level Facilities
  • FAA/AM-16/03 - The Case for Crew Interspace: Conceptual Framework
  • FAA/AM-16/04 - Studies of the Next Generation of Air Traffic Control Specialists II: Job and Career Expectations
  • FAA/AM-16/05 - ESRAS: An Enhanced Solar Radiation Alert System
  • FAA/AM-16/06 - Evaluation of Fatigue and Responsibilities of Cargo Supervisors and Flight Mechanic Cargo Supervisors
  • FAA/AM-16/07 - Comparison of Pilot Fatalities and Number of Pilot Medical Examinations
  • FAA/AM-16/08 - Data for Rapid Evaluation of Vehicle Structure Related Radiation Shielding of Occupants of Extreme-Altitude Aircraft and Spacecraft

2015

  • FAA/AM-15/01 - Index to FAA Office of Aerospace Medicine Reports: 1961-2014
  • FAA/AM-15/02 - Operator's Manual for Human Factors in Aviation Maintenance
  • FAA/AM-15/03 - Predicting Accident Rates From General Aviation Pilot Total Flight Hours
  • FAA/AM-15/04 - The Aviation Medical Examiner Feedback Survey: 2014 Results
  • FAA/AM-15/05 - Risk Assessment in the U.S. Pilot Population From 1983-2005: Diabetes Prevalence and Flight Safety
  • FAA/AM-15/06 - Comparison of Species-Specific ß-Glucuronidase Hydrolysis of Cannabinoids in Human Urine
  • FAA/AM-15/07 - Air Traffic Scenarios Test: Will Modifying the Instructions Change Performance?
  • FAA/AM-15/08 - Human Responses to a Simulated 35,000-Foot Instantaneous Decompression and the Subsequent Descent Profile Required by Federal Aviation Administration Policy
  • FAA/AM-15/09 - Pilots' Risk Perception and Risk Tolerance Using Graphical Risk-Proxy Gradients
  • FAA/AM-15/10 - Aviation Relevance of Genetic Risk Scores for Cardiovascular Disease
  • FAA/AM-15/11 - Distribution of Paroxetine in Postmortem Fluids and Tissues
  • FAA/AM-15/12 - Evaluation of Glare as a Hazard for General Aviation Pilots on Final Approach
  • FAA/AM-15/13 - Prevalence of Ethanol and Drugs in Civil Aviation Accident Pilot Fatalities, 2009-2013
  • FAA/AM-15/14 - Wayfinding Technology and Its Application to Transport Category Passenger Airplane
  • FAA/AM-15/15 - A Study of Protection Provided by General Aviation Oxygen Masks With Open Ambient Ports in Toxic Environments
  • FAA/AM-15/16 - The Influence of Looping Next-Generation Radar on General Aviation Pilots' Flight Into Adverse Weather
  • FAA/AM-15/17 - Effect of Passenger Position on Crash Injury Risk in Transport-Category Aircraft
  • FAA/AM-15/18 - Open-Source Products for a Lighting Experiment Device
  • FAA/AM-15/19 - Fatal Aviation Accidents: Fiscal Years 2009-2013
  • FAA/AM-15/20 - Aircraft Cabin Bleed Air Contaminants: A Review
  • FAA/AM-15/21 - Assessing the Effectiveness of the Conditions AMEs Can Issue Program: 2013-2014
  • FAA/AM-15/22 - 2014 Aerospace Medical Certification Statistical Handbook

2014

  • FAA/AM-14/01 - Aviation Human-in-the-Loop Simulation Studies: Experimental Planning, Design, and Data Management
  • FAA/AM-14/02 - Aircraft-Assisted Pilot Suicides in the United States, 2003-2012
  • FAA/AM-14/03 - Identification and Comprehension of Symbolic Exit Signs for Small Transport-Category Airplanes
  • FAA/AM-14/04 - Analysis of Zolpidem in Postmortem Fluids and Tissues Using Ultra-Performance Liquid Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry
  • FAA/AM-14/05 - The Transition From Event Reports to Measurable Organizational Impact: Workshop Proceedings Report
  • FAA/AM-14/06 - Usability of Light-Emitting Diodes in Precision Approach Path Indicator Systems by Individuals With Marginal Color Vision
  • FAA/AM-14/07 - Index of International Publications in Aerospace Medicine
  • FAA/AM-14/08 - Using Biodata to Select Air Traffic Controllers
  • FAA/AM-14/09 - A Review of Research Related to Unmanned Aircraft System Visual Observers
  • FAA/AM-14/10 - An Evaluation of the Utility of AT-SAT for the Placement of New Controllers by Option
  • FAA/AM-14/11 - Tricyclic Antidepressants Found in Pilots Fatally Injured in Civil Aviation AccidentsTricyclic Antidepressants Found in Pilots Fatally Injured in Civil Aviation Accidents
  • FAA/AM-14/12 - EEG Correlates of Fluctuation in Cognitive Performance in an Air Traffic Control Task
  • FAA/AM-14/13 - CARI-NAIRAS: Calculating Flight Doses from NAIRAS Data using CARI
  • FAA/AM-14/14 - Inflatable Emergency Equipment I: Evaluation of Individual Inflatable Aviation Life Preserver Donning Tests
  • FAA/AM-14/15 - 2013 Aerospace Medical Certification Statistical Handbook

2013

  • FAA/AM-13/01 - Index to FAA Office of Aerospace Medicine Reports: 1961 Through 2012
  • FAA/AM-13/02 -2011 Aerospace Medical Certification Statistical Handbook
  • FAA/AM-13/03 - The Validity of the Air Traffic Selection and Training (AT-SAT) Test Battery in Operational Use
  • FAA/AM-13/04 - Effects of Training School Type and Examiner Type on General Aviation Flight Safety
  • FAA/AM-13/05 - Selection of the Next Generation of Air Traffic Control Specialists: Aptitude Requirements for the Air Traffic Control Tower Cab in 2018
  • FAA/AM-13/06 - Recent and Planned Developments in the CARI Program
  • FAA/AM-13/07 - Assessing Prior Experience in the Selection of Air Traffic Control Specialists
  • FAA/AM-13/08 - Laser Illumination of Helicopters: A Comparative Analysis With Fixed-Wing Aircraft for the Period 1980 - 2011
  • FAA/AM-13/09 - An Evaluation of Aviation Maintenance Fatigue Countermeasures Training
  • FAA/AM-13/10 - Development and Utility of the Front Line Manager's Quick Reference Guide
  • FAA/AM-13/11 - The Utility of the Air Traffic Selection and Training Test Battery in Hiring Graduates of an Air Traffic-Collegiate Training Initiative Program
  • FAA/AM-13/12 - Aviation Medical Examiner 2012 Feedback Survey: Content Analysis of Recommendations
  • FAA/AM-13/13 - The Self-Description Inventory +, Part 1: Factor Structure and Convergent Validity Analyses
  • FAA/AM-13/14 - Evaluation of a New Equation for Calculating the Maximum Wait Time for Pilots That Have Used an Impairing Medication
  • FAA/AM-13/15 - Experimental Effective Intensity of Steady And Flashing Light Emitting Diodes for Aircraft Anti-Collision Lighting
  • FAA/AM-13/16 - Evaluation of the Stereo Optical OPTEC 5000 for Aeromedical Color Vision Screening
  • FAA/AM-13/17 - Single-Pilot Workload Management in Entry-Level Jets
  • FAA/AM-13/18 - Development, Validation, and Deployment of a Revised Air Traffic Control Color Vision Test: Incorporating Advanced Technologies and Oceanic Procedures and En Route Automation Modernization Systems
  • FAA/AM-13/19 - Field Study Evaluation of Cepstrum Coefficient Speech Analysis for Fatigue in Aviation Cabin Crew
  • FAA/AM-13/20 - Hypoxia, Color Vision Deficiencies, and Blood Oxygen Saturation
  • FAA/AM-13/21 - Multi-Function Displays: A Guide for Human Factors Evaluation (reprint from DOT/FAA/OAM-TM-03-01)
  • FAA/AM-13/22 - Physiological Determinants of Human Acute Hypoxia Tolerance
  • FAA/AM-13/23 - Occupational Exposure to Ionizing Radiation for Crews of Suborbital Spacecraft: Questions and Answers
  • FAA/AM-13/24 - Distribution of Δ9-Tetrahydrocannabinol and 11-Nor-9-Carboxy-Δ9-Tetrahydrocannabinol in Postmortem Biological Fluids and Tissues From Pilots Fatally Injured in Aviation Accidents
  • FAA/AM-13/25 - 2012 Aerospace Medical Certification Statistical Handbook

2012

  • FAA/AM-12/01 - Perceptions and Efficacy of Flight Operational Quality Assurance (FOQA) Programs Among Small-scale Operators
  • FAA/AM-12/02 - Analysis of En Route Operational Errors: Probability of Resolution and Time-On-Position
  • FAA/AM-12/03 - Aerospace Medical Certification Statistical Handbook
  • FAA/AM-12/04 - An Investigation of Sensory Information, Levels of Automation, and Piloting Experience on Unmanned Aircraft Pilot Performance
  • FAA/AM-12/05 - Effects of Fluid Load on Human Urine Characteristics Related to Workplace Drug Testing
  • FAA/AM-12/06 - Planning for Organization Development in Operations Control Centers
  • FAA/AM-12/07 - Weather in the Cockpit: Priorities, Sources, Delivery, and Needs in the Next Generation Air Transportation System
  • FAA/AM-12/08 - Incremental Validity of Biographical Data in the Prediction of En Route Air Traffic Control Specialist Technical Skills
  • FAA/AM-12/09 - Implementation Guideline for Maintenance Line Operations Safety Assessment (M-LOSA) and Ramp LOSA (R-LOSA) programs
  • FAA/AM-12/10 - Baseline Assessment of the Use of Weather Information in Airline Systems Operations Centers
  • FAA/AM-12/11 - General aviation weather encounter case studies
  • FAA/AM-12/12 - Flight attendant work/rest patterns, alertness, and performance assessment: Field validation of biomathematical fatigue modeling
  • FAA/AM-12/13 - In Vitro Absorption of Atmospheric Carbon Monoxide and Hydrogen Cyanide in Undisturbed Pooled Blood
  • FAA/AM-12/14 - Analysis of Commute Times and Neurobehavioral Performance Capacity in Aviation Cabin Crew
  • FAA/AM-12/15 - Predicting General Aviation Accident Frequency From Pilot Total Flight Hours
  • FAA/AM-12/16 - Technical Documentation Challenges in Aviation Maintenance: A Proceedings Report
  • FAA/AM-12/17 - Analysis of Sertraline in Postmortem Fluids and Tissues in 11 Aviation Accident Victims
  • FAA/AM-12/18 - Civil Aircraft Side-Facing Seat Research Summary
  • FAA/AM-12/19 - Development, Validation, and Fairness of a Biographical Data Questionnaire for the Air Traffic Control Specialist Occupation

2011

  • FAA/AM-11/01 - Index to FAA Office of Aerospace Medicine Reports: 1961 through 2010
  • FAA/AM-11/02 - Benzodiazepine Use in Pilots of Civil Aviation Accidents: 1990-2008 Toxicology and Autopsy Findings
  • FAA/AM-11/03 - Aviation Child Safety Device Performance Standards Review
  • FAA/AM-11/04 - U.S. Airline Transport Pilot International Flight Language Experiences, Report 6: Native English-Speaking Controllers Communicating With Non-Native English-Speaking Pilots
  • FAA/AM-11/05 - Testing Web-Based Preflight Weather Self-Briefing for General Aviation Pilots
  • FAA/AM-11/06 - Establishing the Reliability and Validity of the Perceptions of Flight Operations Quality Assurance (PFOQA) Questionnaire
  • FAA/AM-11/07 - Laser Illumination of Flight Crew Personnel by Month, Day of Week, and Time of Day for a 5-Year Study Period: 2004-2008
  • FAA/AM-11/08 - Development, Validation, and Deployment of an Occupational Test of Color Vision for Air Traffic Control Specialists
  • FAA/AM-11/09 - Ionizing Radiation in Earth's Atmosphere and in Space Near Earth
  • FAA/AM-11/10 - Fatigue Risk Management in Aviation Maintenance: Current Best Practices and Potential Future Countermeasures
  • FAA/AM-11/11 - Prioritizing Maintenance Human Factors Challenges and Solutions: Workshop Proceedings
  • FAA/AM-11/12 - Studies of Next Generation Air Traffic Control Specialists: Why Be an Air Traffic Controller?
  • FAA/AM-11/13 - Drugs and Alcohol in Civil Aviation Accident Pilot Fatalities From 2004-2008
  • FAA/AM-11/14 - Flying Blind: Aeromedical Certification and Undiagnosed Age-Related Macular Degeneration
  • FAA/AM-11/15 - The Line Operations Safety Audit Program: Transitioning From Flight Operations to Maintenance and Ramp Operations
  • FAA/AM-11/16 - Flight Attendant Fatigue: A Quantitative Review of Flight Attendant Comments
  • FAA/AM-11/17 - Analysis of Citalopram and Desmethylcitalopram in Postmortem Fluids and Tissues Using Liquid Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry
  • FAA/AM-11/18 - Evaluation of a Fatigue Countermeasures Training Program for Flight Attendants
  • FAA/AM-11/19 - Fatigue Solutions for Maintenance: From Science to Workplace Reality
  • FAA/AM-11/20 - A Human Factors Analysis of Fatal and Serious Injury Accidents in Alaska, 2004-2009
  • FAA/AM-11/21 - Toxicological Findings in Fatally Injured Pilots of 979 Amateur-Built Aircraft Accidents

2010

  • FAA/AM-10/01 - Effects of Video Weather Training Products, Web-Based Preflight Weather Briefing, and Local vs. Non-Local Pilots on General Aviation Pilot Weather Knowledge and Flight Behavior, Phase I
  • FAA/AM-10/02 - Examining Smoking-Induced Differential Gene Expression Changes in Buccal Mucosa
  • FAA/AM-10/03 - The Effects of Testing Circumstance and Education Level on MMPI-2 Correction Scale Scores
  • FAA/AM-10/04 - False Carbamazepine Positives Due To 10,11-Dihydro-10-Hydroxycarbamazepine Breakdown in the GC/MS Injector Port
  • FAA/AM-10/05 - Evaluation of the Effects of Hydrogen Peroxide on Common Aircraft Electrical Materials
  • FAA/AM-10/06 - Effects of Video Weather Training Products, Web-Based Preflight Weather Briefing and Local Vs. Non-Local Pilots on General Aviation Pilot Weather Knowledge and Flight Behavior, Phase 2
  • FAA/AM-10/07 - United States Airline Transport Pilot International Flight Language Experiences Report 2: Word Meaning and Pronunciation
  • FAA/AM-10/08 - General Unknown Screening by Ion Trap LC/MS/MS
  • FAA/AM-10/09 - U.S. Airline Transport Pilot International Flight Language Experiences, Report 3: Language Experiences in Non-Native English-Speaking Airspace/Airports
  • FAA/AM-10/10 - Toxicological Findings in 889 Fatally Injured Obese Pilots Involved in Aviation Accidents
  • FAA/AM-10/11 - Distribution of Oxycodone in Postmortem Fluids and Tissues
  • FAA/AM-10/12 - Airline Transport Pilot International Flight Language Experiences, Report 4: Non-Native English-Speaking Controllers Communication With Native English-Speaking Pilots
  • FAA/AM-10/13 - Causes of General Aviation Weather-Related, Non-Fatal Incidents: Analysis Using NASA Aviation Safety Reporting System Data
  • FAA/AM-10/14 - An International Survey of Transport Airplane Pilots’ Experiences and Perspectives of Lateral/Directional Control Events and Rudder Issues in Transport Airplanes (Rudder Survey)
  • FAA/AM-10/15 - Index of International Publications in Aerospace Medicine
  • FAA/AM-10/16 - Developing Proactive Methods for General Aviation Data Collection
  • FAA/AM-10/17 - Effects of Video Weather Training Products, Web-Based Preflight Weather Briefing, and Local Vs. Non-Local Pilots on General Aviation Pilot Weather Knowledge and Flight Behavior, Phase 3
  • FAA/AM-10/18 - U.S. Airline Transport Pilot International Flight Language Experiences, Report 5: Language Experiences in Native English-Speaking Airspace/Airports
  • FAA/AM-10/19 - Postmortem Concentrations of Tramadol and O-Desmethyltramadol in 11 Aviation Accident Fatalities
  • FAA/AM-10/20 - Physiological Equivalence of Normobaric and Hypobaric Exposures of Humans to 25,000 Feet
  • FAA/AM-10/21 - The Illumination of Aircraft at Altitude by Laser Beams: A 5-Year Study Period (2004-2008)
  • FAA/AM-10/22 - Flight Attendant Fatigue Recommendation II: Flight Attendant Work/Rest Patterns, Alertness, and Performance Assessment

2009

  • FAA/AM-09/01 - Index to FAA Office of Aerospace Medicine Reports: 1961 through 2008
  • FAA/AM-09/02 - The Outcome of ATC Message Length and Complexity on En Route Pilot Readback Performance
  • FAA/AM-09/03 - Determination of Etomidate in Human Postmortem Fluids and Tissues
  • FAA/AM-09/04 - Logistic Regression Analysis of Operational Errors and Routine Operations Using Sector Characteristics
  • FAA/AM-09/05 - An Experiment to Evaluate Transfer of Low-Cost Simulator-Based Upset-Recovery Training
  • FAA/AM-09/06 - Solar Radiation Alert System (revised 5/30/08)
  • FAA/AM-09/07 - Inactivating Influenza Viruses on Surfaces Using Hydrogen Peroxide or Triethylene Glycol at Low Vapor Concentrations
  • FAA/AM-09/08 - Aerospace Toxicology: An Overview
  • FAA/AM-09/09 - An Analysis of the U.S. Pilot Population From 1983-2005: Evaluating the Effects of Regulatory Change
  • FAA/AM-09/10 - The ICAO English Language Proficiency Rating Scale Applied to Enroute Voice Communication of U.S. and Foreign Pilots
  • FAA/AM-09/11 - Minimum Color Vision Requirements for Professional Flight Crew, Part III: Recommendations for New Color Vision Standards
  • FAA/AM-09/12 - Increased Cannabinoids Concentrations Found in Specimens From Fatal Aviation Accidents Between 1997 and 2006
  • FAA/AM-09/13 - Evaluation of Next-Generation Vision Testers for Aeromedical Certification of Aviation Personnel
  • FAA/AM-09/14 - Validating Information Complexity Questionnaires Using Travel Web Sites
  • FAA/AM-09/15 - Toxicological Findings of Pilots Involved in Aviation Accidents Operated Under Title 14 CFR Part 135
  • FAA/AM-09/16 - Effects of Hydrogen Peroxide on Common Aviation Textiles
  • FAA/AM-09/17 - An Experiment to Evaluate Transfer of Upset-Recovery Training Conducted Using Two Different Flight Simulation Devices
  • FAA/AM-09/18 - Modular, Portable, and Reconfigurable Wireless Sensing System for the Aircraft Cabin
  • FAA/AM-09/19 - Application of DNA Profiling in Resolving Aviation Forensic Toxicology Issues
  • FAA/AM-09/20 - Flight Attendant Fatigue, Part VI: Fatigue Countermeasure Training and Potential Benefits
  • FAA/AM-09/21 - Testing MiniSTR Primers for Addition to a PCR-Based Forensic Specimen Identification Protocol
  • FAA/AM-09/22 - Flight Attendant Fatigue, Part V: A Comparative Study of International Flight Attendant Fatigue Regulations and Collective Bargaining Agreements
  • FAA/AM-09/23 - Evaluation of the Effects of Hydrogen Peroxide on Common Aviation Structural Materials
  • FAA/AM-09/24 - Flight Attendant Fatigue, Part I: National Duty, Rest, and Fatigue Survey
  • FAA/AM-09/25 - Flight Attendant Fatigue, Part IV: Analysis of Incident Reports

2008

  • FAA/AM-08/01 - Development of an Aeromedical Scientific Information System for Aviation Safety
  • FAA/AM-08/02 - Field Evaluation of Whole Airliner Decontamination Technologies for Narrow-Body Aircraft
  • FAA/AM-08/03 - The Impact of Training on General Aviation Pilots' Ability to Make Strategic Weather-Related Decisions
  • FAA/AM-08/04 - Field Evaluation of Whole Airliner Decontamination Technologies—Wide-Body Aircraft With Dual-Use Application for Railcars
  • FAA/AM-08/05 - Functional Genomics Group—Program Description
  • FAA/AM-08/06 - Use of Weather Information by General Aviation Pilots, Part I, Quantitative: Reported Use and Value of Providers and Products
  • FAA/AM-08/07 - Use of Weather Information by General Aviation Pilots, Part II, Qualitative: Exploring Factors Involved in Weather-Related Decision Making
  • FAA/AM-08/08 - Use of Alternative Primers for Gender Discrimination in Human Forensic Genotyping
  • FAA/AM-08/09 - USAF Enlisted Air Traffic Controller Selection: Examination of the Predictive Validity of the FAA Air Traffic Selection and Training Battery Versus Training Performance
  • FAA/AM-08/10 - Drug Usage in Pilots Involved in Aviation Accidents Compared With Drug Usage in the General Population: From 1990 to 2005s
  • FAA/AM-08/11 - Vitreous Fluid and/or Urine Glucose Concentrations in 1,335 Civil Aviation Accident Pilot Fatalities
  • FAA/AM-08/12 - Understanding the Human Factors Associated With Visual Flight Rules Flight Into Instrument Meteorological Conditions
  • FAA/AM-08/13 - Screening Air Traffic Control Specialists for Psychopathology Using the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2
  • FAA/AM-08/14 - Laser Illumination of Aircraft by Geographic Location for a 3-Year Period (2004–2006)
  • FAA/AM-08/15 - Infrared Radiation Transmittance and Pilot Vision Through Civilian Aircraft Windscreens
  • FAA/AM-08/16 - En Route Operational Errors: Transfer of Position Responsibility as a Function of Time on Position
  • FAA/AM-08/17 - Analyzing Vehicle Operator Deviations
  • FAA/AM-08/18 - Designing Questionnaires for Controlling and Managing Information Complexity in Visual Displays
  • FAA/AM-08/19 - United States Airline Transport Pilot International Flight Language Experiences, Report 1: Background Information and General/Pre-Flight Preparation
  • FAA/AM-08/20 - Effective Presentation Media for Passenger Safety I: Comprehension of Briefing Card Pictorials and Pictograms
  • FAA/AM-08/21 - Pilot English Language Proficiency and the Prevalence of Communication Problems at Five U.S. Air Route Traffic Control Centers
  • FAA/AM-08/22 - Alcohol-Related Aviation Accidents Involving Pilots With Previous Alcohol Offenses
  • FAA/AM-08/23 - Documentation of Sensory Information in the Operation of Unmanned Aircraft Systems
  • FAA/AM-08/24 - The Second Seven Years of the FAA's Postmortem Forensic Toxicology Proficiency-Testing Program

2007

  • FAA/AM-07/01 -Index to FAA Office of Aerospace  Medicine Reports: 1961 Through 2006
  • FAA/AM-07/02 - Index of International Publications in Aerospace Medicine
  • FAA/AM-07/03 - Unmanned Aircraft Pilot Medical Certification Requirements
  • FAA/AM-07/04 - An Analysis of Preflight Weather Briefings
  • FAA/AM-07/05 - Color Analysis in Air Traffic Control Displays, Part II. Auxiliary Displays
  • FAA/AM-07/06 - Predicting Subjective Workload Ratings: A Comparison and Synthesis of Operational and Theoretical Models
  • FAA/AM-07/07 - Voluntary Aviation Safety Information-Sharing Process: Preliminary Audit of Distributed FOQA and ASAP Archives Against Industry Statement of Requirements
  • FAA/AM-07/08 - An Assessment of Pilot Control Interfaces for Unmanned Aircraft
  • FAA/AM-07/09 - Comparison of Amplification Methods to Produce Affymetrix GeneChip® Target Material
  • FAA/AM-07/10 - Developing the Federal Aviation Administration’s Requirements for Color Use in Air Traffic Control Displays
  • FAA/AM-07/11 - Relationship of Complexity Factor Ratings With Operational Errors
  • FAA/AM-07/12 - First-Generation H1 Antihistamines Found in Pilot Fatalities of Civil Aviation Accidents, 1990–2005
  • FAA/AM-07/13 - Assessment of Injury Potential in Aircraft Side-Facing Seats Using the ES-2 Anthropomorphic Test Dummy
  • FAA/AM-07/14 - Operational Use of the Air Traffic Selection and Training Battery
  • FAA/AM-07/15 - The Distribution of Fluoxetine and Norfluoxetine in Postmortem Fluids and Tissues
  • FAA/AM-07/16 - Participant Assessments of Aviation Safety Inspector Training for Technically Advanced Aircraft
  • FAA/AM-07/17 - The Private Pilot Practical Test: Survey Results From Designated Pilot Examiners and Newly Certificated Private Pilots
  • FAA/AM-07/18 - Prediction and Classification of Operational Errors and Routine Operations Using Sector Characteristics Variables
  • FAA/AM-07/19 - Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors: Medical History of Fatally Injured Aviation Accident Pilots
  • FAA/AM-07/20 - Optical Radiation Transmittance of Aircraft Windscreens and Pilot Vision
  • FAA/AM-07/21 - Flight Attendant Fatigue
  • FAA/AM-07/22 - Postmortem Ethanol Testing Procedures Available to Accident Investigators
  • FAA/AM-07/23 - Intensity of the Internal Standard as the Basis for Reporting a Test Specimen as Negative or Inconclusive
  • FAA/AM-07/24 - Investigating the Use of Color in Timeline Displays
  • FAA/AM-07/25 - An International Survey of Maintenance Human Factors Programs
  • FAA/AM-07/26 - Information Complexity in Air Traffic Control Displays
  • FAA/AM-07/27 - Preliminary Results of an Experiment to Evaluate Transfer of Low-Cost Simulator-Based Airplane Upset Recovery Training
  • FAA/AM-07/28 - Time Series Analyses of Integrated Terminal Weather System Effects on System Airport Efficiency Ratings
  • FAA/AM-07/29 - Antiemetics With Concomitant Sedative Use in Civil Aviation Pilot Fatalities: From 2000 to 2006
  • FAA/AM-07/30 - Use of Traffic Displays for General Aviation Approach Spacing: A Human Factors Study

2006

  • FAA/AM-06/01 - Guidance for Medical Screening of Commercial Aerospace Passengers.
  • FAA/AM-06/02 - Reexamination of Color Vision Standards, Part I: Status of Color Use in ATC Displays and Demography of Color-Deficit Controllers.
  • FAA/AM-06/03 - Identification of Sildenafil (Viagra®) and Its Metabolite (UK 103,320) in Six Aviation Fatalities.
  • FAA/AM-06/04 - Static Sector Characteristics and Operational Errors
  • FAA/AM-06/05 - Aeromedical Aspects of Aircraft-Assisted Pilot Suicides in the United States, 1993-2002
  • FAA/AM-06/06 - Reexamination of Color Vision Standards, Part II. A Computational Method to Assess the Effect of Color Deficiencies in Using ATC Displays
  • FAA/AM-06/07 - Beneath the Tip of the Iceberg: A Human Factors Analysis of General Aviation Accidents in Alaska Versus the Rest of the United States
  • FAA/AM-06/08 - Human Factors Implications of Unmanned Aircraft Accidents: Flight-Control Problems
  • FAA/AM-06/09 - New Refractive Surgery Procedures and Their Implications for Aviation Safety
  • FAA/AM-06/10 - Vaporized Hydrogen Peroxide (VHP®) Decontamination of a Section of a Boeing 747 Cabin
  • FAA/AM-06/11 - Reexamination of Color Vision Standards, Part III: Analysis of the Effects of Color Vision Deficiencies in Using ATC Displays
  • FAA/AM-06/12 - Comparison of Pilot Medical History and Medications Found In Postmortem Specimens
  • FAA/AM-06/13 - An Assessment of Commuting Risk Factors for Air Traffic Control Specialists
  • FAA/AM-06/14 - A Rapid and Inexpensive PCR-Based STR Genotyping Method for Identifying Forensic Specimens
  • FAA/AM-06/15 - Color and Visual Factors in ATC Displays
  • FAA/AM-06/16 - Reweighting AT-SAT to Mitigate Group Score Differences
  • FAA/AM-06/17 - The LC/MS Quantitation of Vardenafil (Levitra®) in Postmortem Biological Specimens
  • FAA/AM-06/18 - Human Error and Commercial Aviation Accidents: A Comprehensive, Fine-Grained Analysis Using HFACS
  • FAA/AM-06/19 - The Sublimation Rate of Dry Ice Packaged in Commonly Used Quantities by the Air Cargo Industry
  • FAA/AM-06/20 - Developing Temporal Markers to Profile Operational Errors
  • FAA/AM-06/21 - A Human Factors Review of the Operational Error Literature
  • FAA/AM-0622 - Color analysis in air traffic control displays, Part I. Radar displays
  • FAA/AM-06/23 - A review of recent laser illumination events in the aviation environment
  • FAA/AM-06/24 - Developing a methodology for assessing safety programs targeting error in aviation
  • FAA/AM-06/25 - The outcome of ATC message complexity on pilot readback performance
  • FAA/AM-06/26 - Mining for information in accident data
  • FAA/AM-06/27 - Validation for CFD predication of mass transport in an aircraft passenger cabin
  • FAA/AM-06/28 - Aircraft Accidents and Incidents Associated With Visual Disturbances From Bright Lights During Nighttime Flight Operations
  • FAA/AM-06/29 - Relationship of Sector Activity and Sector Complexity to Air Traffic Controller Taskload
  • FAA/AM-06/30 - Comparison of Intent-to-Leave With Actual Turnover With the FAA

2005

  • FAA/AM-05/01 - Index to FAA Office of Aerospace Medicine Reports:1961 Through 2004.
  • FAA/AM-05/02 - Caring for Precious Cargo, Part II: Behavioral Techniques for Emergency Aircraft Evacuations With Infants Through the Type III Overwing Exit.
  • FAA/AM-05/03 - A Milestone of Aeromedical Research Contributions to Civil Aviation Safety: The 1000th Report in the CARI/OAM Series.
  • FAA/AM-05/04 - Complexity and Automation Displays of Air Traffic Control: Literature Review and Analysis.
  • FAA/AM-05/05 - The Air Traffic Control Operational Errors Severity Index: An Initial Evaluation.
  • FAA/AM-05/06 - Review of the Scientific Basis for the Mandatory Separation of an Air Traffic Control Specialist at Age 56.
  • FAA/AM-05/07 - The Influence of Visibility, Cloud Ceiling, Financial Incentive, and Personality Factors on General Aviation Pilots’ Willingness to Take Off Into Marginal Weather, Part I: The Data and Preliminary Conclusions.
  • FAA/AM-05/08 - Enantiomeric Analysis of Ephedrines and Norephedrines.
  • FAA/AM-05/09 - Interpretation of Carboxyhemoglobin and Cyanide Concentrations in Relation to Aviation Accidents.
  • FAA/AM-05/10 - Simultaneous Quantitation of Atenolol, Metoprolol, and Propranolol in Biological Matrices Via LC/MS.
  • FAA/AM-05/11 - Poppy Seed Consumption or Opiate Use: The Determination of Thebaine and Opiates of Abuse in Postmortem Fluids and Tissues.
  • FAA/AM-05/12 - A Comparison of Baseline Hearing Thresholds Between Pilots and Non-Pilots and the Effects of Engine Noise.
  • FAA/AM-05/13 - 2003 Employee Attitude Survey: Analysis of Employee Comments.
  • FAA/AM-05/14 - Solar Radiation Alert System.
  • FAA/AM-05/15 - Pilot Willingness to Take Off Into Marginal Weather, Part II: Antecedent Overfitting with Forward Stepwise Logistic Regression.
  • FAA/AM-05/16 - Relationship of the Aircraft Mix Index With Performance and Objective Workload Evaluation Research (POWER) Measures and Controllers’ Subjective Complexity Ratings.
  • FAA/AM-05/17 - Fatality and Injury Rates for Two Types of Rotorcraft Accidents.
  • FAA/AM-05/18 - Reliability of the Gas Supply in the Air Force Emergency Passenger Oxygen System.
  • FAA/AM-05/19 - Terminal Radar Approach Control: Measures of Voice Communications System Performance.
  • FAA/AM-05/20 - Epidemiology of Toxicological Factors in Civil Aviation Accident Pilot Fatalities, 1999-2003
  • FAA/AM-05/21 - Medical Surveillance Programs for Aircraft Maintenance Personnel Performing Nondestructive Inspection and Testing
  • FAA/AM-05/22 - Relationship of Air Traffic Control Specialist Age to En Route Operational Errors
  • FAA/AM-05/23 - Comparison of a Typical Electronic Attitude-Direction Indicator with Terrain-depicting Primary Flight Displays for Performing Recoveries from Unknown Attitudes: Using Difference and Equivalence Tests
  • FAA/AM-05/24 - Human Error and General Aviation Accidents: A Comprehensive, Fine-Grained Analysis Using HFACS
  • FAA/AM-05/25 - Examining ATC Operational Errors Using the Human Factors Analysis and Classification System

2004

  • FAA/AM-04/01 - Isolation of RNA From Peripheral Blood Cells: A Validation Study for Molecular Diagnostics by Microarray and Kinetic RT-PCR Assays — Application in Aerospace Medicine.
  • FAA/AM-04/02 - Access-To-Egress III: Repeated Measurement of Factors That Control the Emergency Evacuation of Passengers Through the Transport Airplane Type-III Overwing Exit.
  • FAA/AM-04/03 - Performance Criteria for Development of Extended Use Protective Breathing Equipment.
  • FAA/AM-04/04 - The Formation of Ethanol in Postmortem Tissues.
  • FAA/AM-04-05 - The Effects of NexRad Graphical Data Resolution and Direct Weather Viewing on Pilots’ Judgments of Weather Severity and Their Willingness to Continue a Flight.
  • FAA/AM-04-06 - Demographics and Vision Restrictions in Civilian Pilots: Clinical Implications.
  • FAA/AM-04-07 - CFD Validation for Contaminant Transport in Aircraft Cabin Ventilation Flow Fields.
  • FAA/AM-04-08 - Methodological Issues in the Study of Airplane Accident Rates by Pilot Age: Effects of Accident and Pilot Inclusion Criteria and Analytic Strategy.
  • FAA/AM-04-09 - The Effects of Laser Illumination on Operational and Visual Performance of Pilots During Final Approach.
  • FAA/AM-04-10 - A Historical Review of Color Vision Standards for Air Traffic Control Specialists at Automated Flight Service Stations.
  • FAA/AM-04-11 - Automatic Dependent Surveillance - Broadcast/Cockpit Display of Traffic Information: Innovations in Aircraft Navigation on the Airport Surface.
  • FAA/AM-04-12 - Simulated Evacuations Into Water.
  • FAA/AM-04-13 - Accurate Assignment of Ethanol Origin in Postmortem Urine: A Case Study.
  • FAA/AM-04-14 - Predictive Validity of the Aviation Lights Test for Testing Pilots With Color Vision Deficiencies.
  • FAA/AM-04-15 - Gas Chromatographic/Mass Spectrometric Differentiation of Atenolol, Metoprolol, Propranolol, and an Interfering Metabolite Product of Metoprolol.
  • FAA/AM-04-16 - In-Flight Medical Incapacitation and Impairment of U.S. Airline Pilots: 1993 to 1998.
  • FAA/AM-04-17 - Measures of Information Complexity and the Implications for Automation Design.
  • FAA/AM-04-18 - Evaluation of a Head Injury Criteria Component Test Device.
  • FAA/AM-04-19 - Availability of Passenger Safety Information for Improved Survival in Aircraft Accidents.
  • FAA/AM-04-20 - Usability and Effectiveness of Advanced General Aviation Cockpit Displays for Visual Flight Procedure.
  • FAA/AM-04-21 - A Longitudinal Study of Myers-Briggs Personality Types in Air Traffic Controllers.
  • FAA/AM-04-22 - Employee Attitudes Within the Federal Aviation Administration.
  • FAA/AM-04-23 - Employee Attitudes Within the Air Traffic Organization.
  • FAA/AM-04-24 - A Summary of Unmanned Aircraft Accident/Incident Data: Human Factors Implications.

2003

  • FAA/AM-03/01 - Index of FAA Office of Aviation Medicine Reports: 1961 through 2002.
  • FAA/AM-03/02 - A Summary of Flightdeck Observer Data From SafeFlight 21 OpEval-2.
  • FAA/AM-03/03 - Effectiveness of personal computers to meet recency of experience requirements.
  • FAA/AM-03/04 - A human error analysis of general aviation controlled flight into terrain accidents occurring between 1990-1998.
  • FAA/AM-03/05 - Information requirements for traffic awareness in a free-flight environment: An application of the FAIT Analysis.
  • FAA/AM-03/06 - Natural sunlight and its association to aviation accidents: Frequency and prevention.
  • FAA/AM-03/07 - Prevalence of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) in pilot fatalities of civil aviation accidents, 1990-2001.
  • FAA/AM-03/08 - Development of an empirically-based Index of aircraft mix.
  • FAA/AM-03/09 - Human factors associated with the certification of airplane passenger seats: Life preserver retrieval.
  • FAA/AM-03/10 - Examining hypoxia: A survey of pilots' experiences and perspectives on altitude training.
  • FAA/AM-03/11- The employee attitude survey 2000: Perspectives on its process and utility.
  • FAA/AM-03/12 - Effects of Laser Illumination on Operational and Visual Performance of Pilots Conducting Terminal Operations.
  • FAA/AM-03/13 - Automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast/cockpit display of traffic information: Pilot use of the approach spacing application.
  • FAA/AM-03/14 - Personality characteristics of air traffic control specialists as predictors of disability retirement.
  • FAA/AM-03/15 - Access-to-Egress II: Subject management and injuries in a study of emergency evacuation through the Type-III exit.
  • FAA/AM-03/16 - What aircrews should know about their occupational exposure to ionizing radiation.
  • FAA/AM-03/17 - Usability and effectiveness of advanced general aviation cockpit displays for instrument flight procedures.
  • FAA/AM-03/18 - Ethanol origin in postmortem urine: a lc/ms determination of serotonin metabolite.
  • FAA/AM-03/19 - FAA strategies for reducing operational error causal factors.
  • FAA/AM-03/20 - Use of personality assessment measures in the selection of air traffic control specialists.
  • FAA/AM-03/21 - Validation of the JANUS technique: Causal factors of human error in operational errors.
  • FAA/AM-03/22 - Distribution and optical purity of methamphetamine found in toxic concentration in a civil aviation accident pilot fatality.
  • FAA/AM-03/23 - Analysis of cocaine, its metabolites, prolysis products, and ethanol adducts in postmortem fluids and tissues using Zymark automated solid-phase extractions & gas chromatography-mass spectrometry.
  • FAA/AM-03/24 - Simultaneous determination of cocaine, cocaethylene, and their possible pentafluoropropylated metabolites and pryolysis products by gas chromatography/mass spectrometry.

2002

  • FAA/AM-02/01 - An information tool for planning in air traffic control.
  • FAA/AM-02/02 - POWER: Objective Activity and Taskload Assessment in En Route Air Traffic Control.
  • FAA/AM-02/03 - A review of situation awareness literature relevant to pilot surveillance functions.
  • FAA/AM-02/04 - Using air traffic control taskload measures and communication events to predict subjective workload.
  • FAA/AM-02/05 - Automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast/cockpit display of traffic information: Innovations in pilot-managed departures.
  • FAA/AM-02/06 - Contact lens use in the civil airman population.
  • FAA/AM-02/07 - Applying performance-controlled systems, fuzzy logic, and fly-by-wire controls to general aviation.
  • FAA/AM-02/08 - A laboratory comparison of clockwise and counter-clockwise rapidly rotating shift schedules, Part I: Sleep.
  • FAA/AM-02/09 - Relationship of employee attitudes and supervisor–controller ratio to en route operational error rate.
  • FAA/AM-02/10 - Nakagawara, V.B., Montgomery, R.W., and Wood, K.J: The aviation accident experience of civilian airmen with refractive surgery.
  • FAA/AM-02/11 - Human factors associated with the certification of airplane seats: Seat belt adjustment and release.
  • FAA/AM-02/12 - Development of an FAA-EUROCONTROL technique for the analysis of human error in ATM.
  • FAA/AM-02/13 - A Laboratory Comparison of Clockwise and Counter-Clockwise Rapidly Rotating Shift Schedules, Part II: Performance.
  • FAA/AM-02/14 - Characteristics and Toxicological Processing of Postmortem Pilot Specimens From Fatal Civil Aviation Accidents.
  • FAA/AM-02/15 - An accurate method for the determination of carbon monoxide in postmortem blood using GC/TCD.
  • FAA/AM-02/16 - Access-to-Egress: Interactive effects of factors that control the emergency evacuation of naïve passengers through the transport airplane Type-III overwing exit.
  • FAA/AM-02/17 - Risk Perception and Risk Tolerance in Aircraft Pilots.
  • FAA/AM-02/18 - The Moderator Effects of Taskload on the Interplay Between En Route Intra-Sector Team Communications, Situation Awareness, and Mental Workload.
  • FAA/AM-02/19 - General Aviation Pilot Performance Following Unannounced In-Flight Loss of Vacuum System and Associated Instruments in Simulated Instrument Meteorological Conditions.
  • FAA/AM-02/20 - A Laboratory Comparison of Clockwise and Counter-Clockwise Rapidly Rotating Shift Schedules, Part III: Effects on Core Body Temperature and Neuroendocrine Measures.
  • FAA/AM-02/21 - Assessment of advanced cockpit displays for GA. aircraft: The Capstone Program.
  • FAA/AM-02/22 - Aiding planning in air traffic control: An experimental investigation of the effects of perceptual information integration.
  • FAA/AM-02/23 - Goldman SM, Fiedler ER, and King RE: General aviation maintenance-related accidents: A review of 10 years of NTSB data.
  • FAA/AM-02/24 -Heil MC, Detwiler CA, Agen RA, Williams CA, Agnew BO, and King RE: The effects of practice and coaching on the Air Traffic Selection and Training Battery.

2001

  • FAA/AM-01/01 -Index to FAA Office of Aviation Medicine Reports: 1961 Through 2000.
  • FAA/AM-01/02 - Access to egress: A meta-analysis of the factors that control emergency evacuation through the transport airplane type-III overwing exit.
  • FAA/AM-01/03 - A human error analysis of commercial aviation accidents using the Human Factors Analysis and Classification System (HFACS).
  • FAA/AM-01/04 - Latent trait theory analysis of changes in item response anchors.
  • FAA/AM-01/05 - Documentation of validity for the AT-SAT computerized test battery, Volume I.
  • FAA/AM-01/06 - Documentation of validity for the AT-SAT computerized test battery, Volume II.
  • FAA/AM-01/07 - Laser pointers: Their potential affects on vision and aviation safety.
  • FAA/AM-01/08 - Data-linked pilot reply time on controller workload and communication in a simulated terminal option.
  • FAA/AM-01/09 -Pilot Visual Acquisition of Traffic: Operational Communications From OpEval-1 / Innovations in Pilot Visual Acquisition of Traffic: New Phraseology for Air Traffic Control Operational Communication.
  • FAA/AM-01/10 -Investigating the validity of performance and objective workload evaluation research (POWER).
  • FAA/AM-01/11 - Assessment of head-injured aircrew: Comparison of FAA and USAF procedures.
  • FAA/AM-01/12 - Association of postmortem blood hemoglobin A1c levels with diabetic conditions in aviation accident pilot fatalities.
  • FAA/AM-01/13 - Qualification guidelines for personal computer-based aviation training devices: Private pilot certificate.
  • FAA/AM-01/14 - Aviation accidents and incidents associated with the use of ophthalmic devices by civilian pilots.
  • FAA/AM-01/15 - Index of International Publications in Aerospace Medicine.
  • FAA/AM-01/16 - Planning in air traffic control.
  • FAA/AM-01/17 - Human factors design guidelines for multifunction displays.
  • FAA/AM-01/18 - Caring for precious cargo Part I: emergency aircraft evacuations with Infants onto inflatable escape slides.
  • FAA/AM-01/19 - Controller-to-controller communication and coordination taxonomy (C4T).
  • FAA/AM-01/20 - The effects of workload and decision support automation on en route R-side and D-side communication exchanges.

2000

  • FAA/AM-00/01 - Index to FAA Office of Aviation Medicine Reports: 1961 through 1999.
  • FAA/AM-00/02 - Measuring Air Traffic Controller Performance in a High-fidelity Simulation.
  • FAA/AM-00/03 - The FAA Health Awareness Program: Results of the 1998 customer service assessment survey.
  • FAA/AM-00/04 - Enhancing GPS receiver certification by examining pilot-performance databases.
  • FAA/AM-00/05 - Reduced posting and marking of flight progress strips for en route air traffic control.
  • FAA/AM-00/06 - Testing the structural integrity of the Air Force's Emergency Passenger Oxygen System at altitude.
  • FAA/AM-00/07 - The Human Factors Analysis and Classification Systems-HFACS.
  • FAA/AM-00/08 - Comparing text and graphics in navigation display design.
  • FAA/AM-00/09 - Blood carbon monoxide and cyanide concentrations in the fatalities of fire and non-fire associated civil aviation accidents.
  • FAA/AM-00/10 - The effects of napping on night shift performance.
  • FAA/AM-00/11 - Evacuee injuries and demographics in transport airplane precautionary emergency evacuations.
  • FAA/AM-00/12 - The effects of previous computer experience on Air Traffic-Selection and Training (AT-SAT) test performance.
  • FAA/AM-00/13 - The evaluation of in-flight medical care aboard selected U.S. air carriers: 1996 to 1997.
  • FAA/AM-00/14 - Organizational change: An assessment of trust and cynicism.
  • FAA/AM-00/15 - Guidelines for bootstrapping validity coefficients in ATCS selection research.
  • FAA/AM-00/16 - DNA-based detection of ethanol-producing microorganisms in postmortem blood and tissues by polymerase chain reaction.
  • FAA/AM-00/17 - Age and attitudes in the air traffic control specialist workforce: An Initial investigation.
  • FAA/AM-00/18 - A unique contact lens-related airline aircraft accident.
  • FAA/AM-00/19 - Refractive surgery in aircrew members who fly for scheduled and non-scheduled civilian airlines.
  • FAA/AM-00/20 - A novel method for the determination of sildenafil (Viagra © ) and its metabolite in postmortem specimens using LC/MS/MS and LC/MS/MS.
  • FAA/AM-00/21- Prevalence of drugs and alcohol in fatal civil aviation accidents between 1994 and 1998.
  • FAA/AM-00/22 - Abnormal glucose levels found in transportation accidents.
  • FAA/AM-00/23 - Gender differences in a refractive surgery population of civilian aviators.
  • FAA/AM-00/24 - Multidimensional scaling analysis of controllers' perceptions of aircraft performance characteristics.
  • FAA/AM-00/25 - The effects of performance feedback on air traffic control team coordination.
  • FAA/AM-00/26 - Priorities, organization, and sources of information accessed by pilots in various phases of flight.
  • FAA/AM-00/27 - The impact of teams on the climate for diversity in government.
  • FAA/AM-00/28 - Controlled flight into terrain: A study of pilot perspectives in Alaska.
  • FAA/AM-00/29 - Distribution of butalbital in biological fluids and tissues.
  • FAA/AM-00/30 - The computerized analysis of ATC tracking data for an operational evaluation of CDTI/ADS-B technology.
  • FAA/AM-00/31 - Impact of aviation highway-in-the-sky displays on pilot situation awareness.
  • FAA/AM-00/32 - The relationship between aviators' home-based stress to work stress and self-perceived performance.
  • FAA/AM-00/33 - Galactic cosmic radiation exposure of pregnant aircrew members II.
  • FAA/AM-00/34 - A fatality caused by hydrogen sulfide produced from an accidental transfer of sodium hydrosulfide into a tank containing iron sulfate and sulfuric acid.

1999

  • FAA/AM-99/01 - Index of FAA Office of Aerospace Medicine Reports: 1961 through 1998.
  • FAA/AM-99/02 - The Role of Shift Work and Fatigue in Air Traffic Control Operational Errors and Incidents.
  • FAA/AM-99/03 - Situation awareness as a predictor of performance in en route air traffic controllers.
  • FAA/AM-99/04 - Concepts providing for physiological protection after aircraft cabin decompression in the altitude range of 60,000 to 80,000 feet above sea level.
  • FAA/AM-99/05 - Comparison of buckle release timing for push-button and lift-latch belt buckles.
  • FAA/AM-99/06 - Refractive surgery in the civil airman population by class of medical certificate and by aviation occupation.
  • FAA/AM-99/07 - A survey of pilots on the dissemination of safety information.
  • FAA/AM-99/08 - Optimizing blink parameters for highlighting an air traffic control situation display.
  • FAA/AM-99/09 - A usability survey of GPS avionics equipment: Some prelimary findings.
  • FAA/AM-99/10 - Aircraft evacuations onto escape slides and platforms II: Effects of exit size.
  • FAA/AM-99/11 - First seven years (1991-1998) of the FAA's postmortem forensic toxicology proficiency testing program.
  • FAA/AM-99/12 - Cognitive style and learning: Performance of Adaptors and Innovators in a novel dynamic task.
  • FAA/AM-99/13 - GPS user-interface design problems.
  • FAA/AM-99/14 - Urinary genotyping for DQA1 and PM loci using PCR-based amplification: Effects of sample volume, storage temperature, preservatives, and aging on DNA extraction and typing.
  • FAA/AM-99/15 - Formation of an interfering substance, 3,4-dimethyl-5-phenyl-1,3-oxazolidine, during a pseudoephedrine urinalysis.
  • FAA/AM-99/16 - Differential prediction of FAA Academy performance on the basis of race and written Air Traffic Control Specialist aptitude test scores.
  • FAA/AM-99/17 - The influence of ergonomics interventions on employee stress and physical symptoms.
  • FAA/AM-99/18 - An investigation of the relationship between chronological age and job performance for incumbent Air Traffic Control Specialists.
  • FAA/AM-99/19 - Follow-up assessment of the Federal Aviation Administration's Logistics Center safety climate.
  • FAA/AM-99/20 - Effects of Antihistamine, Age,and Gender on Task Performance.
  • FAA/AM-99/21 - Improving Pilot/ATC Voice Communication in General Aviation.
  • FAA/AM-99/22 - The Effects of Age and Practice on Aviation-Relevant Concurrent Task Performance.
  • FAA/AM-99/23 - The relationship between ATCS age and cognitive test performance.
  • FAA/AM-99/24 - Controller Teamwork Evaluation and Assessment Methodology: A Scenario Calibration Study.
  • FAA/AM-99/25 - Organizational communication and trust in the context of technology change.
  • FAA/AM-99/26 - GPS user-interface design problems.
  • FAA/AM-99/27 - Organizational change: Effects of fairness perceptions on cynicism.
  • FAA/AM-99/28 - Multi-dimensional Characterizations of Operator State: A Validation of Oculomotor Metrics.
  • FAA/AM-99/29 - Prevalence of chlorpheniramine in aviation accident pilot fatalities, 1991-1996.
  • FAA/AM-99/30 - Frequency and costs of transport airplane precautionary emergency evacuations.

1998

  • FAA/AM-98/01 - Index of FAA Office of Aerospace Medicine Reports: 1961 through 1997.
  • FAA/AM-98/02 - Performance demonstrations of zinc sulfide and strontium aluminate photoluminescent floor proximity escape path marking systems.
  • FAA/AM-98/03 - Inflatable escape slide beam and girt strength tests: support for revision of Technical Standard Order.
  • FAA/AM-98/04 - Effect of an airplane cabin water spray system on human thermal behavior: A theoretical study using a 25-model of thermoregulation.
  • FAA/AM-98/05 - Selestion of an internal standard for postmortem ethanol anaylsis.
  • FAA/AM-98/06 - An evaluation of the personal minimums training program for risk management.
  • FAA/AM-98/07 - Evaluating the Decision-Making Skills of General Aviation Pilots.
  • FAA/AM-98/08 - Differential Training Needs and Abilities at Air Traffic Control Towers: Should All Controllers Be Trained Equally?.
  • FAA/AM-98/09 - Cockpit Integration of GPS: Initial Assessment-Menu Formats and Procedures.
  • FAA/AM-98/10 - Aermedical Aspects of Melatonin -- An Overview.
  • FAA/AM-98/11 - Evaluation of Improved Restraint Systems for Parachutist.
  • FAA/AM-98/12 - GPS Design Considerations: Displaying Nearest Airport Information.
  • FAA/AM-98/13 - A Human Factors Perspective on Human External Loads.
  • FAA/AM-98/14 - The Relationship of Sector Characteristics to Operational Errors.
  • FAA/AM-98/15 - The combination of flight count and control time as a new metric of air traffic control activity.
  • FAA/AM-98/16 - Aircraft importance and its potential relevance to situation awareness.
  • FAA/AM-98/17 - An Analysis of Voice Communication in a Simulated Approach Control Environment.
  • FAA/AM-98/18 - DNA Profiling as an Adjunct Quality Control/Quality Assurance in Forensic Toxicology.
  • FAA/AM-98/19 - Analysis of Ditching and Water Survival Training Programs of Major Airframe Manufacturers and Airlines.
  • FAA/AM-98/20 - An acoustic analysis of ATC communication.
  • FAA/AM-98/21 - Preparation of carboxyhemoglobin standards and calculation of spectrophotometric quantitation constants.
  • FAA/AM-98/22 - Summative evaluation of the collegiate training initiative for air traffic control specialists program: Progress of Minnesota Air Traffic Control Training Center graduates in en route field training.
  • FAA/AM-98/23 - Recovery of the FAA Air Traffic Control specialist workforce, 1981-1992.
  • FAA/AM-98/24 - Predictors of perceived empowerment: An initial assessment.
  • FAA/AM-98/25 - The aeromedical certification of photorefractive keratectomy in civil aviation: A reference guide.
  • FAA/AM-98/26 - Reduced flight progress strips in en route ATC mixed environments.
  • FAA/AM-98/27 - Performance of a portable oxygen breathing system at 25,000 feet altitude.
  • FAA/AM-98/28 - Allocation of Attention With Head-Up Displays.

1997

  • FAA/AM-97/01 - Index of FAA Office of Aerospace Medicine Reports: 1961 through 1996.
  • FAA/AM-97/02 - Inflight medical care: An update.
  • FAA/AM-97/03 - The use of weather information in aeronautical decision-making.
  • FAA/AM-97/04 - The effects of video game experience on computer-based Air Traffic Control Specialist, air traffic scenario test scores.
  • FAA/AM-97/05 -A laboratory model of Readiness-to-Perform testing: Learning rates and reliability analyses for candidate testing measures.
  • FAA/AM-97/06 - A new approach to aeronautical decision-making: The expertise method.
  • FAA/AM-97/07 - Effects of simulated general aviation altitude hypoxia on smokers and nonsmokers.
  • FAA/AM-97/08 - Where the safety rubber meets the shop floor: A confirmatory model of management influence on workplace safety.
  • FAA/AM-97/09 - Effects of mild hypoxia on pilot performance at general aviation altitudes.
  • FAA/AM-97/10 - Evaluation of a range of target blink amplitudes for attention-getting value in a simulated air traffic control display.
  • FAA/AM-97/11 - Transfer of training effectiveness of personal computer-based aviation training devices.
  • FAA/AM-97/12 - Baseline assessment of the National Association of Air Traffic Specialists/Federal Aviation Administration partnership.
  • FAA/AM-97/13 - Distribution of attention, situation awareness, and workload in a passive air traffic control task: Implications for operational errors and automation.
  • FAA/AM-97/14 - Stereochemical determination of selegiline metabolites in postmortem biological specimens.
  • FAA/AM-97/15 - Review of air traffic controller selection: An international perspective.
  • FAA/AM-97/16 - An evaluation of safety seminars.
  • FAA/AM-97/17 - Personality characteristics of pre/post-strike air traffic control applicants.
  • FAA/AM-97/18 - A flexible cabin simulator.
  • FAA/AM-97/19 - Designing selection tests for the future National Airspace System architecture.
  • FAA/AM-97/20 - Use of object-oriented programming to simulate human behavior in emergency evacuation of an aircraft's passenger cabin.
  • FAA/AM-97/21 - Bloodborne Pathogens in Aircraft Accident Investigation.
  • FAA/AM-97/22 - The role of memory in air traffic control.
  • FAA/AM-97/23 - The use of weather information in aeronautical decision-making: II.
  • FAA/AM-97/24 - Automation in general aviation: Two studies of pilot responses to autopilot malfunctions.
  • FAA/AM-97/25 - Workshift and antihistamine effects on task performance.

1996

  • FAA/AM-96/01 - Index of FAA Office of Aerospace Medicine Reports: 1961 through 1995.
  • FAA/AM-96/02 - Human factors in aviation maintenance: Phase V progress report.
  • FAA/AM-96/03 - Crashes of instructional flights: Analysis of cases and remedial approaches.
  • FAA/AM-96/04 - Performance of a continuous flow passenger oxygen mask at an altitude of 40,000 ft.
  • FAA/AM-96/05 - How controllers compensate for the lack of flight progress strips.
  • FAA/AM-96/06 - A formative evaluation of the collegiate training initiative-Air Traffic Control Specialist Program.
  • FAA/AM-96/07 - Determination of effective thoracic mass.
  • FAA/AM-96/08 - Qualification guidelines for personal computer-based aviation training devices: Instrument rating.
  • FAA/AM-96/09 - Blinks, saccades and fixation pauses during vigilance task performance: II. Gender and time of day.
  • FAA/AM-96/10 - Methods and metrics of voice communications.
  • FAA/AM-96/11 - Dummy and injury criteria for aircraft crashworthiness.
  • FAA/AM-96/12 - Ophthalmic requirements and considerations for the en route air traffic control specialist: An ergonometric analysis of the visual work environment.
  • FAA/AM-96/13 - Differential prediction of FAA Academy performance on the basis of gender and written Air Traffic Control Specialist aptitude test scores.
  • FAA/AM-96/14 - The analysis of benzodiazepines in forensic urine samples.
  • FAA/AM-96/15 - Use of off-the-shelf PC-based flight simulators for aviation human factors research.
  • FAA/AM-96/16 - A comparison of the effects of navigational display formats and memory aids on pilot performance.
  • FAA/AM-96/17 - A comprehensive drug screening procedure for urine using HPLC, TLC, and mass spectroscopy.
  • FAA/AM-96/18 - Aircraft evacuations onto escape slides and platforms I: Effects of passenger motivation.
  • FAA/AM-96/19 - Developing the personal minimums tool for managing risk during preflight go/no-go decisions.
  • FAA/AM-96/20 - Aviation topics speech acts taxonomy (ATSAT) pc user's guide version 2.0.
  • FAA/AM-96/21 - Fatal general aviation accidents involving spatial disorientation: 1976-1992.
  • FAA/AM-96/22 - A further validation of the practical color vision test for enroute air traffic control applicants.
  • FAA/AM-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.
  • FAA/AM-96/24 - Flight inspection crew resource management training needs analysis.
  • FAA/AM-96/25 - Survival at high altitudes: Wheel-well passengers.
  • FAA/AM-96/26 - An analysis of approach control/pilot voice communications.
  • FAA/AM-96/27 - The use of task-specific lenses by presbyopic air traffic controllers at the en route radar console.

1995

  • FAA/AM-95/01 - A review of civil aviation fatal accidents in which "lost/disoriented" was a cause/factor.
  • FAA/AM-95/02 - Development of an intervention program to encourage shoulder harness use and aircraft retrofit in general aviation: Phases I and II.
  • FAA/AM-95/03 - The effects of age and low doses of alcohol on compensatory tracking during angular acceleration.
  • FAA/AM-95/04 - The role of flight progress strips in en route air traffic control: A time-series analysis.
  • FAA/AM-95/05 - A longevity and survival analysis for a cohort of retired airline pilots.
  • FAA/AM-95/06 - Qualification guidelines for personal computer-based aviation training devices: Instrument rating.
  • FAA/AM-95/07 - Some performance effects of age and low blood alcohol levels on a computerized neuropsychological test.
  • FAA/AM-95/08 - Aircraft fires, smoke toxicity, and survival: An overview.
  • FAA/AM-95/09 - Functions of external cues in prospective memory.
  • FAA/AM-95/10 - Enhancing the effects of diversity awareness training: A review of the research literature.
  • FAA/AM-95-11 - An assessment of aviation accident risk for aphakic civil airmen by class of medical certificate held and by age.
  • FAA/AM-95/12 - Sleep patterns in air traffic controllers working rapidly-rotating shifts: A field study.
  • FAA/AM-95/13 - Practical color vision tests for air traffic control applicants: En Route, Center, and Terminal facilities.
  • FAA/AM-95-14 - Human factors in aviation maintenance - Phase IV progress report.
  • FAA/AM-95/15 - Development of a coding form for approach control/pilot voice communications.
  • FAA/AM-95/16 - Conversion of the TRACON operations concepts database into a formal sentence outline job task taxonomy.
  • FAA/AM-95/17 - The potential for pulmonary heat injury resulting from the activation of a cabin water spray system to fight aircraft cabin fires.
  • FAA/AM-95/18 - A human factors analysis of the operational demonstration flight inpection aircraft.
  • FAA/AM-95/19 - Shift work, age and performance: Investigation of the 2-2-1 shift schedule used in air traffic control facilities I: The sleep/wake cycle.
  • FAA/AM-95/20 - Alternative methods for flotation seat cushion use.
  • FAA/AM-95/21 - Controller resource management-What can we learn from aircrews?.
  • FAA/AM-95/22 - Aircraft evacuations through type-III exits I: Effects of seat placement at the exit.
  • FAA/AM-95/23 - The relationship among eye movements, head movements, and manual responses in a simulated air traffic control task.
  • FAA/AM-95/24 - The effect of alcohol and fatigue on an FAA readiness-to-perform test.
  • FAA/AM-95/25 - Aircraft evacuations through type-III exits II: Effects of individual subject differences.
  • FAA/AM-95/26 - Role of metabolites in aviation forensic toxicology.
  • FAA/AM-95/27 - Airmen research questionnaire: Methodology and overall results.
  • FAA/AM-95/28 - Drugs and alcohol found in fatal civil aviation accidents between 1989 and 1993.
  • FAA/AM-95/29 - An economical alternative for the secondary container used for transporting infectious disease substances.
  • FAA/AM-95/30 - An experimental abdominal pressure measurement device for child ATDs.
  • FAA/AM-95/31 - Results of a field study of the performance enhancement system: A support system for aviation safety inspectors.
  • FAA/AM-95/32 - Some effects of 8- vs. 10-hour work schedules on the test performance/alertness of air traffic control specialists.

1994

  • FAA/AM-94/01 - Index of FAA Office of Aviation Medicine Reports: 1961 through 1993.
  • FAA/AM-94/02 - Perceptions of organizational support and affectivity as predictors of job satisfaction.
  • FAA/AM-94/03 - Automation and cognition in air traffic control: An empirical investigation.
  • FAA/AM-94/04 - Validation of the Federal Aviation Administration air traffic control specialist pre-training screen.
  • FAA/AM-94/05 - Human factors in airway facilities maintenance: Development of a prototype outage assessment inventory.
  • FAA/AM-94/06 - Maintaining vigilance on a simulated ATC monitoring task across repeated sessions.
  • FAA/AM-94/07 - Toxicity of carbon monoxide-hydrogen cyanide gas mixtures: Exposure concentration, time-to-incapacitation, carboxyhemoglobin, and blood cyanide parameters.
  • FAA/AM-94/08 - Scanning and monitoring performance can be affected by the reinforcement values of the events being monitored.
  • FAA/AM-94/09 - Validity of the air traffic control specialist nonradar screen as a predictor of performance in radar-based air traffic control training.
  • FAA/AM-94/10 - Effects of cold exposure on wet aircraft passengers: A review.
  • FAA/AM-94/11 - A review of computer evacuation models and their data needs.
  • FAA/AM-94/12 - Human Factors in Aviation maintenance - Phase 3, Vol 2 progress report.
  • FAA/AM-94/13 - Relationships of Type A behavior with biographical characteristics and training performance of air traffic control specialists.
  • FAA/AM-94/14 - Unreported medications used in incapacitating medical conditions found in fatal civil aviation accidents.
  • FAA/AM-94/15 - The applicability of commercial glare test devices in the aeromedical certification of pilot applicants.
  • FAA/AM-94/16 - Elimination of quinine in two subjects after ingestion of tonic water: An exploratory study.
  • FAA/AM-94/17 - Blink rate as a measure of fatigue: A review.
  • FAA/AM-94/18 - Simultaneous gas-chromatographic determination of four toxic gases generally present in combustion gas atmospheres.
  • FAA/AM-94/19 - The performance of child restraint devices in transport airplane passenger seats.
  • FAA/AM-94/20 - Age 60 rule research, Part I: Bibliographic database.
  • FAA/AM-94/21 - Age 60 rule research, Part II: Airline pilot age and performance: A review of the scientific literature.
  • FAA/AM-94/22 - Age 60 Rule Research, Part III: Consolidated database experiments final report.
  • FAA/AM-94/23 - Age 60 Rule Research, Part IV: Experimental evaluation of pilot performance.
  • FAA/AM-94/24 - Low-dose alcohol effects on human behavior and performance: An update on post-1984 studies.
  • FAA/AM-94/25 - Summary proceedings of the joint industry-FAA conference on development and use of PC-based aviation training devices.
  • FAA/AM-94/26 - Blinks, saccades, and fixation pauses during vigilance task performance.
  • FAA/AM-94/27 - Situation awareness information requirements analysis for en route air traffic control.

1993

  • FAA/AM-93/01 - Conversion of the CTA, Inc., en route operations concepts database into a formal sentence outline job task taxonomy.
  • FAA/AM-93/02 - A review of civil aviation propeller-to-person accidents: 1980-1989.
  • FAA/AM-93/03 - Index of international publications in aerospace medicine.
  • FAA/AM-93/04 - Contribution of personality to the prediction of success in initial air traffic control specialist training.
  • FAA/AM-93/05 - Human factors in aviation maintenance - Phase Two progress report.
  • FAA/AM-93/06 - Comparison of portable crewmember protective breathing equipment (CPBE) designs.
  • FAA/AM-93/07 - Variations of time-to-incapacitation and carboxyhemoglobin values in rats exposed to two carbon monoxide concentrations.
  • FAA/AM-93/08 - Variations in time-to-incapacitation and blood cyanide values for rats exposed to two hydrogen cyanide gas concentrations.
  • FAA/AM-93/09 - Accident proneness: A research review.
  • FAA/AM-93/10 - Head and face anthropometry of adult US citizens.
  • FAA/AM-93/11 - Aviation accident risk for airmen with aphakia and artificial lens implants.
  • FAA/AM-93/12 - Situation assessment through the re-creation of incidents.
  • FAA/AM-93/13 - Readiness to perform testing: A critical analysis of the concept and current practices.
  • FAA/AM-93/14 - An assessment of the potential for neck injury due to padding of aircraft interior walls for head impact protection.
  • FAA/AM-93/15 - Human factors in aviation maintenance - Phase three, volume 1 progress report.
  • FAA/AM-93/16 - Validation of an inexpensive test illuminant for aeromedical color vision screening.
  • FAA/AM-93/17 - Validity of FAA-approved color vision tests for Class II and Class III aeromedical screening. N94-14846 View Abstract.
  • FAA/AM-93/18 -Factors associated with continuance commitment to FAA matrix teams.
  • FAA/AM-93/19 - Physiological correlates of stress-induced decrements in human perceptual performance.
  • FAA/AM-93/20 - ATC/pilot voice communications - A survey of the literature.
  • FAA/AM-93/21 - Vision impairment and corrective considerations of civil airmen.
  • FAA/AM-93/22 - An examination of the operational error database for air route traffic control centers.

1992

  • FAA/AM-92/02 - Radiation exposure of air carrier crewmembers II.
  • FAA/AM-92/03 - Human factors evaluation of the work environment of operators engaged in the inspection and repair of aging aircraft.
  • FAA/AM-92/04 - Exposures from headset interference tones.
  • FAA/AM-92/05 - Evaluation of an alternative method for hiring air traffic control specialists with prior military experience.
  • FAA/AM-92/06 - Effects of color vision deficiency on detection of color-highlighted targets in a simulated air traffic control display.
  • FAA/AM-92/07 - Confirmatory factor analysis of burnout dimensions: Correlations with job stressors and aspects of social support and job satisfaction.
  • FAA/AM-92/08 - Organizational goal congruence and job attitudes revisited.
  • FAA/AM-92/09 - Gender, equity, and job satisfaction.
  • FAA/AM-92/10 - Dimensionality and construct validity of the Perceptions of Organizational Politics Scale (POPS).
  • FAA/AM-92/11 - A candidate automated test battery for neuropsychological screening of airmen: Design and preliminary validation.
  • FAA/AM-92-12 - A new test of scanning and monitoring ability: Methods and initial results.
  • FAA/AM-92/13 - Effects of subordinate feedback to the supervisor and participation in decision-making in the prediction of organizational support.
  • FAA/AM-92/14 - Postmortem alcohol production in fatal aircraft accidents.
  • FAA/AM-92/15 - Survey of aviation medical examiners: Information and attitudes about the pre-employment and pre-appointment drug testing program.
  • FAA/AM-92/16 - A longitudinal examination of applicants to the air traffic supervisory identification and development program.
  • FAA/AM-92/17 - Organizational politics, participation in decision-making, and job satisfaction.
  • FAA/AM-92/18 - Inward contaminant leakage tests of the S-Tron Corporation emergency escape breathing device.
  • FAA/AM-92/19 - Tolerance of beta blocked hypertensives during orthostatic and altitude stress.
  • FAA/AM-92/20 - Evaluation of head impact kinematics for passengers seated behind interior walls.
  • FAA/AM-92/21 - Procedural justice, occupational identification, and organizational commitment.
  • FAA/AM-92/22 - Comparisons of molecular sieve oxygen concentrators for potential medical use aboard commercial aircraft.
  • FAA/AM-92/23 - The identification and quantitation of triamterene in blood and urine from a fatal aircraft accident.
  • FAA/AM-92/24 - Postmortem alcohol production in fatal aircraft accidents.
  • FAA/AM-92/25 - Enhancement of drug detection and identification by use of various derivatizing reagents on GC-FTIR analysis.
  • FAA/AM-92/26 - Identifying ability requirements for operators of future automated air traffic control systems.
  • FAA/AM-92/27 - Effects of seating configuration and number of type III exits on emergency aircraft evacuation.
  • FAA/AM-92/28 - Performance of color-dependent tasks of air traffic control specialists as a function of type and degree of color vision deficiency.
  • FAA/AM-92/29 - Validity of clinical color vision tests for air traffic control specialists.
  • FAA/AM-92/30 - Comparison of performance on the Shipley Institute of Living scale, air traffic control specialist selection test, and FAA Academy screen.
  • FAA/AM-92/31 - En route air traffic controllers' use of flight progress strips: A graph-theoretic analysis.

1991

  • FAA/AM-91/01 - The effect of simulated altitude on the visual fields of glaucoma patients and the elderly.
  • FAA/AM-91/02 - Utilization of emergency medical kits by air carriers.
  • FAA/AM-91/03 - Response capability during civil air carrier inflight medical emergencies.
  • FAA/AM-91/04 - Flight service specialist initial qualifications course: Content validation of FAA Academy course 50232.
  • FAA/AM-91/05 - Job task-competency linkages for FAA first-level supervisors.
  • FAA/AM-91/06 - Donning times and flotation characteristics of infant life preservers: Four representative types.
  • FAA/AM-91/07 - The Use and Design of Flightcrew Checklists and Manuals.
  • FAA/AM-91/08 - Some personality characteristics of air traffic control specialist trainees: Interactions of personality and aptitude test scores with FAA Academy success and career expectations.
  • FAA/AM-91/09 - Selection of air traffic controllers: Complexity, requirements, and public interest.
  • FAA/AM-91/10 - Two studies on participation in decision-making and equity among FAA personnel.
  • FAA/AM-91/11 - Exchange ideology as a moderator of the procedural justice-satisfaction relationship.
  • FAA/AM-91/12 - Selection criteria for alcohol detection methods.
  • FAA/AM-91/13 - Civilian training in high-altitude flight physiology.
  • FAA/AM-91/14 - The prevalence of aphakia in the civil airman population.
  • FAA/AM-91/15 - Cross-level inferences of job satisfaction in the prediction of intent to leave.
  • FAA/AM-91/16 - Human factors in aviation maintenance. Phase 1: Progress report.
  • FAA/AM-91/17 - Inhalation toxicology: XII. Comparison of toxicity rankings of six polymers in lethality and by incapacitation in rats.
  • FAA/AM-91/18 - Air traffic control specialists in the Airway Science Curriculum Demonstration Project 1984-1990: Third summative evaluation.

1990

  • FAA/AM-90/02 - Management assessment: implications for development and training.
  • FAA/AM-90/03 - Effects of monitoring under high and low taskload on detection of flashing and colored radar targets.
  • FAA/AM-90/04 - 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 screenings.
  • FAA/AM-90/05 - Medically disqualified airline pilots in calendar years 1987 and 1988.
  • FAA/AM-90/06 - Pilot views of Montgomery County, Texas automated FSS services.
  • FAA/AM-90/07 - Right bundle branch block as a risk factor for subsequent cardiac events.
  • FAA/AM-90/08 - Correlates of two experimental tests with performance in the FAA Academy air traffic control nonradar screen program.
  • FAA/AM-90/09 - Evaluation of functional color vision requirements and current color vision screening tests for air traffic control specialists.
  • FAA/AM-90/10 - The use of contact lenses in the civil airman population.
  • FAA/AM-90/11 - Development of a crashworthy seat for commuter aircraft.
  • FAA/AM-90/12 - The FAA altitude chamber training flight profile: A survey of altitude reactions - 1965-1989.
  • FAA/AM-90/13 - Selection of air traffic controllers for automated systems: applications from current research.
  • FAA/AM-90/14 - Second Federal Aviation Administration meeting on human factors issues in aircraft maintenance and inspection: Information exchange and communications.
  • FAA/AM-90/15 - Inhalation toxicology: X. Times to incapacitation for rats exposed continuously to carbon monoxide, acrolein, and to carbon monoxide-acrolein mixtures.
  • FAA/AM-90/16 - Inhalation toxicology: XI. The effect of elevated temperature on carbon monoxide toxicity.

1989

  • FAA/AM-89/01 - A comparison of detection efficiency on an air traffic control monitoring task with and without computer aiding.
  • FAA/AM-89/02 - Prevalence of disease among active civil airmen.
  • FAA/AM-89/03 - Injuries to seat occupants of light airplanes.
  • FAA/AM-89/04 - Inhalation toxicology: IX. Times-to-incapacitation for rats exposed to carbon monoxide alone, to hydrogen cyanide alone, and to mixtures of carbon monoxide and hydrogen cyanide.
  • FAA/AM-89/05 - Operation Workload - A study of passenger energy expenditure during an emergency evacuation.
  • FAA/AM-89/06 - Prediction of success in FAA air traffic control field training as a function of selection and screening test performance.
  • FAA/AM-89/07 - Relationships of anxiety scores to Academy and field training performance of air traffic control specialists.
  • FAA/AM-89/08 - Performance evaluation of the Puritan-Bennett crewmember portable protective breathing device as prescribed by portions of FAA Action Notice A-8150.2.
  • FAA/AM-89/09 - Human factors issues in aircraft maintenance and inspection.
  • FAA/AM-89/10 - Comparison of protective breathing equipment performance at ground level and 8,000 feet altitude using parameters prescribed by portions of FAA Action Notice A-8150.2.
  • FAA/AM-89/11 - Evaluation of the Scott Aviation portable protective breathing device for contaminant leakage as prescribed by FAA Action Notice A-8150.2.
  • FAA/AM-89/12 - The effects of wearing passenger protective breathing equipment on evacuation times through type III and type IV emergency aircraft exits in clear air and smoke.
  • FAA/AM-89/13 - Airliner cabin ozone: an updated review.
  • FAA/AM-89/14 - The influence of adjacent seating configurations on egress through a type III emergency exit.

1988

  • FAA/AM-88/01 - An evaluation of the effects of high visual taskload on the separate behaviors involved in complex monitoring performance.
  • FAA/AM-88/02 - Age, alcohol, and simulated altitude: Effects on performance and breathalyzer scores.
  • FAA/AM-88/03 - Studies of poststrike air traffic control specialist trainees: II. Selection and Screening.
  • FAA/AM-88/04 - Performance recovery following startle: a laboratory approach to the study of behavioral response to sudden aircraft emergencies.
  • FAA/AM-88/05 - Airway science curriculum demonstration project: Summary of initial evaluation findings.

1987

  • FAA/AM-87/01 - Index to FAA Office of Aerospace Medicine Reports: 1961 through 1986.
  • FAA/AM-87/02 - A study of passenger workload as related to protective breathing requirements.
  • FAA/AM-87/03 - Tolerance by unacclimated Beagle dogs to freezing and subfreezing temperatures.
  • FAA/AM-87/04 - 1986 survey of aviation business operators: Their views of FAA airworthiness inspectors.
  • FAA/AM-87/05 - Summary Report of the history and events pertinent to the Civil Aeromedical Institute's evaluation of providing smoke/fume protective breathing equipment for airline passenger use.
  • FAA/AM-87/06 - Private pilot judgment training in flight school settings.
  • FAA/AM-87/07 - Sudden in-flight incapacitation in general aviation.
  • FAA/AM-87/08 - A temperature/humidity tolerance index for transporting Beagle dogs in hot weather.

1986

  • FAA/AM-86/01 - Inhalation Toxicology: V. Evaluation of Relative Toxicity to Rats of Thermal Decomposition Products from Two Aircraft Seat Fire-blocking Materials, November 1985
  • FAA/AM-86/02 - Biological Rhythms and Rotating Shift Work, January 1986
  • FAA/AM-86/03 - Inhalation Toxicology: VI. Evaluation of Relative Toxicity to Rats of Thermal Decomposition Products from Nine Aircraft Panel Materials, February 1986
  • FAA/AM-86/04 - Complex Monitoring Performance and the Coronary-Prone Type A Behavior Pattern, January 1986
  • FAA/AM-86/05 - Inhalation Toxicology: VII. Times to Incapacitation and Death for Rats Exposed Continuously to Atmospheric Acrolein Vapor, May 1986
  • FAA/AM-86/06 - The Flight Service Station Training Program: 1981-1985, June 1986
  • FAA/AM-86/07 - Medically Disqualified Airline Pilots, June 1986
  • FAA/AM-86/08 - Inhalation Toxicology: VIII: Establishing Heat Tolerance Limits for Rats and Mice Subjected to Acute Exposures at Elevated Air Temperatures, May 1986
  • FAA/AM-86/09 - Effects of Sleep Loss on Vestibular Response During Simple and Complex Vestibular Stimulation, July 1986.

1985

  • FAA/AM-85/01 - Federal Aviation Regulations Part 135 cabin safety subject index.
  • FAA/AM-85/02 - Physiological responses to unvarying (steady) and 2-2-1 shifts: Miami International Flight Service Station.
  • FAA/AM-85/03 - The effects of age, sleep deprivation, and altitude on complex performance.
  • FAA/AM-85/04 - Inhalation toxicology: IV. Times to incapacitation and death for rats exposed continuously to atmospheric hydrogen chloride gas.
  • FAA/AM-85/05 -Some effects of alcohol and simulated altitude on complex performance scores and Breathalyzer readings.
  • FAA/AM-85/06 -A comparison of postmortem coronary atherosclerosis findings in general aviation pilot fatalities.
  • FAA/AM-85/07 -Passing scores for the FAA ATCS color vision test.
  • FAA/AM-85/08 -Drugs of abuse in aviation fatalities: 1. Marijuana.
  • FAA/AM-85/09 -Characteristics of medically disqualified airman applicants in calendar years 1982 and 1983.
  • FAA/AM-85/10 -Evaluation of a passenger mask modified with a rebreather bag for protection from smoke and fumes.
  • FAA/AM-85/11 - Development and evaluation of a prototype life preserver.
  • FAA/AM-85/12 - Alcohol rehabilitation of airline pilots.
  • FAA/AM-85/13 - The effect of visual taskload on critical flicker frequency (CFF) change during performance of a complex monitoring task.

1984

  • FAA/AM-84/01 - Cabin safety subject index
  • FAA/AM-84/02 - Selection of air traffic controllers
  • FAA/AM-84/03 - Blood pressure levels of active pilots compared with those of air traffic controllers
  • FAA/AM-84/04 - Aviation-related cardiorespiratory effects of blood donation in female private pilots.
  • FAA/AM-84/05 - Tolerance endpoint for evaluating the effects of heat stress in dogs.
  • FAA/AM-84/06 - Aviation-Related Cardiorespiratory Effects of Blood Donation in Female Private Pilots, March 1984
  • FAA/AM-84/07 - Efforts to Improve Aviation Medical Examiner Performance Through Continuing Medical Education and Annual Performance /reports, August 1984
  • FAA/AM-84/08 - Health Examination Findings Among Active Civil Airmen, August 1984
  • FAA/AM-84/09 - Medically Disqualified Airline Pilots, August 1984

1983

  • FAA/AM-83/01 - Index to FAA Office of Aerospace Medicine Reports: 1961 through 1982.
  • FAA/AM-83/02 - Sensitivity of some tests for alcohol abuse: Findings in nonalcoholics recovering from intoxication.
  • FAA/AM-83/04 - Some effects of smoking withdrawal on complex performance and physiological responses.
  • FAA/AM-83/05 - Characteristics of medically disqualified airline pilots.
  • FAA/AM-83/06 - Three studies of biographical factors associated with success in air traffic control specialist screening/training at the FAA Academy.
  • FAA/AM-83/07 - Job attitudes toward the new maintenance concept of the Airway Facilities Service.
  • FAA/AM-83/08 - Crashworthiness: An illustrated commentary on occupant survival in general aviation accidents.
  • FAA/AM-83/09 - Radar Training Facility initial validation.
  • FAA/AM-83/10 - An analysis of potential breathing devices intended for use by aircraft passengers.
  • FAA/AM-83/11 - Color perception and ATC job performance.
  • FAA/AM-83/12 - Inhalation toxicology: III. Evaluation of thermal degradation products from aircraft and automobile engine oils, aircraft hydraulic fluid, and mineral oil.
  • FAA/AM-83/13 - Rate of initial recovery and subsequent radar monitoring performance following a simulated emergency involving startle.
  • FAA/AM-83/14 - The objective evaluation of aircrew protective breathing equipment.
  • FAA/AM-83/15 - Age, altitude, and workload effects on complex performance.
  • FAA/AM-83/16 - Anthropometric and mass distribution characteristics of the adult female.
  • FAA/AM-83/17 - A bibliography of shift work research: 1950-1982.
  • FAA/AM-83/18 -The 1980 and 1981 accident experience of civil airmen with selected visual pathology.

1982

  • FAA/AM-82/01 - 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.
  • FAA/AM-82/02 -A generic model for evaluation of the Federal Aviation Administration air traffic control specialist training programs.
  • FAA/AM-82/03 - Alcohol-induced physiological displacements and their effects on flight-related functions.
  • FAA/AM-82/04 - Effects of prior physical exertion on tolerance to hypoxia, orthostatic stress, and physrcal fatigue.
  • FAA/AM-82/05 - Evaluation of cardiopulmonary factors critical to successful emergency perinatal air transport.
  • FAA/AM-82/06 - Effects of approach lighting and variation in visible runway length on perception of approach angle in simulated night landings.
  • FAA/AM-82/07 - Crashworthiness studies: Cabin, seat, restraint, and injury findings in selected general aviation accidents.
  • FAA/AM-82/08 - Flight attendant injuries: 1971-1976.
  • FAA/AM-82/09 - Spatial geometry of the human pelvix.
  • FAA/AM-82/10 - The effects of physical fatigue and altitude on physiological, biochemical, and performance responses.
  • FAA/AM-82/11 - Selection of applicants for the air traffic controller occupation.
  • FAA/AM-82/12 - Transport index limits for shipments of radioactive material in passenger-carrying aircraft.
  • FAA/AM-82/13 - G incapacitation in aerobatic pilots: A flight hazard.
  • FAA/AM-82/14 - Regulatory aviation medicine: Its philosophies and limitations.
  • FAA/AM-82/15 - Carbon monoxide in-flight incapacitation: An occasional toxic problem in aviation.
  • FAA/AM-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.
  • FAA/AM-82/17 - Physiological stress in air traffic controllers: A review.
  • FAA/AM-82/18 - An examination of a mathematical model based on medical data on general aviation
    pilots.
  • FAA/AM-82/19 - Effects of some motion sickness suppressants on tracking performance during angular accelerations.

1981

  • FAA/AM-81/01 - Index to FAA Office of Aerospace Medicine Reports: 1961 through 1980.
  • FAA/AM-81/02 - Cardiorespiratory assessment of 24-hour crash-diet effects on altitude, +Gz, and fatigue tolerances.
  • FAA/AM-81/03 - Neurological and neurosurgical conditions associated with aviation safety.
  • FAA/AM-81/04 - Aviation medicine translations: Annotated bibliography of recently translated material.
  • FAA/AM-81/05 - Methodology in the assessment of stress among air traffic control specialists (ATCS): Normative adult data for the State-Trait Anxiety Inventory from non-ATCS populations.
  • FAA/AM-81/06 - Effect of different runway size on pilot performance during simulated night landing approaches.
  • FAA/AM-81/07 - Emergency cabin lighting installations: An analysis of ceiling- vs. lower-cabinmounted lighting during evacuation trials.
  • FAA/AM-81/08 - Physiological, biochemical, and performance responses to a 24-hour crash diet.
  • FAA/AM-81/09 - Prevalence of selected pathology among currently certified active airman.
  • FAA/AM-81/10 - Improving the crashworthiness of general aviation aircraft by crash injury investigations.
  • FAA/AM-81/11 - Factors related to the welfare of animals during transport by commercial aircraft.
  • FAA/AM-81/12 - Age-related differences in complex monitoring performance.
  • FAA/AM-81/13 - Fatigue in flight inspection field office (FIFO) flight crews.
  • FAA/AM-81/14 -The prevalence of visual deficiencies among 1979 general aviation accident airmen.
  • FAA/AM-81/15 - An analysis of civil aviation propeller-to-person accidents: 1965-1979.
  • FAA/AM-81/16 - A comparison of some effects of three antimotion sickness drugs on nystagmic responses to angular accelerations and to optokinetic stimuli.

1980

  • FAA/AM-80/01 - Boredom and monotony as a consequence of automation: A consideration of the evidence relating boredom and monotony to stress.
  • FAA/AM-80/02 - Cosmic radiation exposure during air travel.
  • FAA/AM-80/03 - Aircraft crashworthiness studies: Findings in accidents involving an aerial application aircraft.
  • FAA/AM-80/04 - The current role of alcohol as a factor in civil aircraft accidents.
  • FAA/AM-80/05 - System performance, error rates, and training time for recent FAA Academy nonradar graduates, community persons, and handicapped persons on the radar training facility pilot position.
  • FAA/AM-80/06 - Medical and toxicological factors in aircraft accidents.
  • FAA/AM-80/07 - The selection of air traffic control specialists: I. History and review of contributions by the Civil Aeromedical Institute.
  • FAA/AM-80/08 - Postmortem coronary atherosclerosis findings in general aviation accident pilot fatalities: 1975-1977.
  • FAA/AM-80/09 - Effects of ozone (0.30 parts per million, ~600 ug/m3) on sedentary men representative of airline passengers and cockpit crewmembers.
  • FAA/AM-80/10 - Changes in the oxygen-hemoglobin dissociation curve and time of useful function at hypobaric pressures in rats after chronic oral administration of propranolol.
  • FAA/AM-80/11 - The effects of tobacco on aviation safety.
  • FAA/AM-80/12 - Considerations relative to the use of canes by blind travelers in air carrier aircraft cabins.
  • FAA/AM-80/13 - Readability of self-illuminated signs obscured by black fuel-firesmoke.
  • FAA/AM-80/14 - Stress, anxiety, and the air traffic control specialist: Some conclusions from a decade of research.
  • FAA/AM-80/15 - The Federal Aviation Administration's radar training facility and employee selection and training.
  • FAA/AM-80/16 - Effects of long-term exposure to low levels of ozone: A review.
  • FAA/AM-80/17 - An exploratory investigation of various assessment instruments as correlates of complex visual monitoring performance.
  • FAA/AM-80/18 - Evaluation of the prtective efficiency of a new oxygen mask for aircraft passenger use to 40,000 feet.
  • FAA/AM-80/19 - Characteristics of medically disqualified airman applicants in calendar years 1977 and 1978.
  • FAA/AM-80/20 - Vocational options for those with sickle cell trait: Questions about hypoxemia and the industrial environment.

1979

  • FAA/AM-79/01 - Index to FAA Office of Aerospace Medicine Reports: 1961 through 1978.
  • FAA/AM-79/02 - Sex and race determination of crania by calipers and computer: A test of the Giles and Elliot discriminant functions in 52 forensic cases.
  • FAA/AM-79/03 - A comparison of three models for determining test fairness.
  • FAA/AM-79/04 - Pilot performance during simulated approaches and landings made with various computer-generated visual glidepath indicators.
  • FAA/AM-79/05 - Accoustic signals for emergency evacuation.
  • FAA/AM-79/06 - Injuries in air transport emergecy evacuations.
  • FAA/AM-79/07 - Laboratory performance during acute intoxication and hangover.
  • FAA/AM-79/08 - A lower body negative pressure box for +Gz simulation in the upright seated position.
  • FAA/AM-79/09 - Effects of congener and noncongener alcoholic beverages on a clinical ataxia battery.
  • FAA/AM-79/10 - Effects of propranolol on time of useful function (TUF) in rats.
  • FAA/AM-79/11 - A comparison of the job attitudes and interest patterns of air traffic and airway facility personnel.
  • FAA/AM-79/12 - Visual search performance during simulated radar observation with and without a sweepline.
  • FAA/AM-79/13 - Oxygen equipment and rapid decompression studies.
  • FAA/AM-79/14 - The selection of air traffic control specialists: Two studies demonstrating methods to insure an accurate validity coefficient for selection devices.
  • FAA/AM-79/15 - Development of electrophysiological indices of neurological toxicity for organophosphate pesticides and depressant drugs.
  • FAA/AM-79/16 - Interstimulus interval as it affects temporary threshold shift in serial presentations of loud tones.
  • FAA/AM-79/17 - Evaluation of seating and restraint systems conducted during fiscal year 1978.
  • FAA/AM-79/18 - Performance standards for pass-fail determinations in the national air traffic flight service station training program.
  • FAA/AM-79/19 - The 1976 accident experience of civilian pilots with static physical defects.
  • FAA/AM-79/20 - Effects of ozone on exercising and sedentary adult men and women representative of the flight attendant population.
  • FAA/AM-79/21 - Toward the development of a new selection battery for air traffic control specialists.
  • FAA/AM-79/22 - Readability of self-illuminated signs in a smoke-obscured environment.
  • FAA/AM-79/23 - A description of the Civil Aeromedical Institute airline cabin safety data bank: 1970-1976.
  • FAA/AM-79/24 - Effects of noise exposure on performance of a simulated radar task.
  • FAA/AM-79/25 - Runway image as a cue for judgment of approach angle.
  • FAA/AM-79/26 - Performance effects of alcohol intoxication and hangover at ground level and at simulated altitude.

1978

  • FAA/AM-78/01 - Flotation and survival equipment studies.
  • FAA/AM-78/02 - Effects of ethanol on visual unit activity in the thalamus.
  • FAA/AM-78/03 - Passenger flow rates between compartments: Straight-segmented stairways, spiral stairways, and passageways with restricted vision and changes of attitude.
  • FAA/AM-78/04 - Aircrew and passenger protective breathing equipment studies.
  • FAA/AM-78/05 - Three reports relevant to stress in aviation personnel.
  • FAA/AM-78/06 - Evaluation of seating and restraint systems and anthropomorphic dummies conducted during fiscal year 1976.
  • FAA/AM-78/07 - Use of the occupational knowledge test to assign extra credit in selection of air traffic controllers.
  • FAA/AM-78/08 - Radiobiological aspects of high altitude flight: Relative biological effectiveness of fast neutrons in suppressing immune capacity to an infective agent.
  • FAA/AM-78/09 - Human respiratory considerations for civil transport aircraft system.
  • FAA/AM-78/10 - The relationship of predevelopmental "150" training with noncompetitively selected air traffic control trainees to FAA Academy success.
  • FAA/AM-78/11 - A comparison of the vigilance performance of men and women using a simulated radar task.
  • FAA/AM-78/12 - Child restraint systems for civil aircraft.
  • FAA/AM-78/13 - Spatial disorientation in general aviation accidents.
  • FAA/AM-78/14 - Three-dimensional anthropometry of the adult face.
  • FAA/AM-78/15 - Comparison of the visual perception of a runway model in pilots and nonpilots during simulated night landing approaches.
  • FAA/AM-78/16 - Psychophysiological effects of aging: Developing a functional age index for pilots: II. Taxonomy of psychological factors.
  • FAA/AM-78/17 - Comparative readability of enroute low altitude charts with and without terrain depiction.
  • FAA/AM-78/18 - Experimental attempts to evoke a differential response to different stressors.
  • FAA/AM-78/19 - The effects of altitude and two decongestant-antihistamine preparations on physiological functions and performance.
  • FAA/AM-78/20 - Cardiorespiratory assessment of decongestant-antihistamine effects on altitude, +Gz, and fatigue tolerances.
  • FAA/AM-78/21 - The morbidity experience of air traffic control personnel, 1967-1977.
  • FAA/AM-78/22 - Aeromedical implications of the X-Chromlens for improving color vision deficiencies.
  • FAA/AM-78/23 - GPSS computer simulation of aircraft passenger emergency evacuations.
  • FAA/AM-78/24 - Evaluation of seating and restraint systems and anthropomorphic dummies conducted during fiscal year 1977.
  • FAA/AM-78/25 - Characteristics of medically disqualified airman applicants in calendar years 1975 and 1976.
  • FAA/AM-78/26 - Reactions of methamidophos with mammalian cholinesterases.
  • FAA/AM-78/27 - Psychophysiological effects of aging: Developing a functional age index for pilots: III. Measurement of pilot performance.
  • FAA/AM-78/28 - Visual performance assessment through clear and sunscreen-treated windows.
  • FAA/AM-78/29 - Conspicuity assessment of selected propeller and tail rotor paint schemes.
  • FAA/AM-78/30 - Assessment of factors possibly contributing to the susceptibility of sickle trait erythrocytes to mild hypoxia.
  • FAA/AM-78/31 - Agricultural aviation versus other general aviation: Toxicological findings in fatal accidents.
  • FAA/AM-78/32 - As evaluation of four MTS recurrent training courses.
  • FAA/AM-78/33 - Time-sharing ability in complex performance: An expanded replication.
  • FAA/AM-78/34 - The measurement and scaling of workload in complex performance.
  • FAA/AM-78/35 - Task force deterrence of air piracy-final report.
  • FAA/AM-78/36 - The development of the ATC selection battery: A new procedure to make maximum use of available information when correcting correlations for restriction in range due to selection.
  • FAA/AM-78/37 - A method to evaluate performance reliability of individual subjects in laboratory research applied to work settings.
  • FAA/AM-78/38 - Eighth Bethesda Conference of the American College of Cardiology, Washington, D.C., April 25-26, 1975: Cardiovascular problems associated with aviation safety.
  • FAA/AM-78/39 - Part 1 - Part 2 - Air traffic controller health change study. Boston University School of Medicine (This report is divided into two parts due to the length. Download time may be long.).
  • FAA/AM-78/40 - Stress in air traffic controllers: A restudy of 32 controllers 5 to 9 years later.
  • FAA/AM-78/41 - The optical properties of smoke-protective devices.

1977

  • FAA/AM-77/01 - Index to FAA Office of Aerospace Medicine Reports: 1961 through 1976.
  • FAA/AM-77/02 - Survey of cockpit visual problems of senior pilots.
  • FAA/AM-77/03 - Spirometric assessment of potential respiratory impairment in general aviation airmen.
  • FAA/AM-77/04 - Ten-year survey of altitude chamber reactions using the FAA training chamber flight profiles.
  • FAA/AM-77/05 - Sleep in air traffic controllers.
  • FAA/AM-77/06 - Psychophysiological effects of aging: Developing a functional age index for pilots: I. A survey of the pertinent literature.
  • FAA/AM-77/07 - Intermediate visual acuity of presbyopic individuals with and without distance and bifocal lens corrections.
  • FAA/AM-77/08 - A study of effects of hyperthermia on large, short-haired male dogs: A simulated air transport environmental stress.
  • FAA/AM-77/09 - Inhalation toxicology: I. Design of a small-animal test system. II. Determination of the relative toxic hazards of 75 aircraft cabin materials.
  • FAA/AM-77/10 - An epidemiologic investigation of occupation, age, and exposure in general aviation accidents.
  • FAA/AM-77/11 - Emergency escape of handicapped air travelers.
  • FAA/AM-77/12 - Perceived orientation of a runway model in nonpilots during simulated night approaches to landing.
  • FAA/AM-77/13 - Readability of alphanumeric characters having various contrast levels as a function of age and illumination mode.
  • FAA/AM-77/14 - Refractive error characteristics of early and advanced presbyopic individuals.
  • FAA/AM-77/15 - Objective methods for developing indices of pilot workload.
  • FAA/AM-77/16 - Altitude tolerance of general aviation pilots with normal or partially impaired spirometric function.
  • FAA/AM-77/17 - Effects of lithium carbonate on performance and biomedical functions.
  • FAA/AM-77/18 - The effect of increased monitoring load on vigilance performance using a simulated radar display.
  • FAA/AM-77/19 - The role of monamine oxidase inhibition in the acute toxicity of chlordimeform.
  • FAA/AM-77/20 - The 1975 accident experience of civilian pilots with static physical defects.
  • FAA/AM-77/21 - Job attitudes of airway facilities personnel.
  • FAA/AM-77/22 - Functional localization in the nucleus rotundus.
  • FAA/AM-77/23 - Stress in air traffic personnel: Low-density towers and flight service stations.
  • FAA/AM-77/24 - Disorientation training in FAA-certificated flight and ground schools: a survey.
  • FAA/AM-77/25 - Development of new selection tests for air traffic controllers.

1976  

  • FAA/AM-76/01 - An investigation of time-sharing ability as a factor in complex performance.
  • FAA/AM-76/02 - Effects of ground trainer use on the psychological and physiological states of students in private pilot training.
  • FAA/AM-76/03 - Massed versus distributed practice in learned improvement of speech intelligibility.
  • FAA/AM-76/04 - Aviation medicine translations: Annotated bibliography of recently translated material.
  • FAA/AM-76/05 - Visual evaluation of smoke-protective devices.
  • FAA/AM-76/06 - Education as a factor in the selection of air traffic controller trainees.
  • FAA/AM-76/07 - Accident experience of civilian pilots with static physical defects.
  • FAA/AM-76/08 - Aviation medicine.
  • FAA/AM-76/09 - Development and evaluation of masterbody forms for 3- and 6-year-old-child dummies.
  • FAA/AM-76/10 - Characteristics of medically disqualified airman applicants in calendar years 1973 and 1974.
  • FAA/AM-76/11 - Physiological, biochemical, and multiple-task-performance responses to different alterations of the wake-sleep cycle.
  • FAA/AM-76/12 - Some effects of sleep deprivation on tracking performance in static and dynamic environments.
  • FAA/AM-76/13 - Stress in air traffic controllers: Effects of ARTS-III.
  • FAA/AM-76/14 - Three studies of motion sickness susceptibility.
  • FAA/AM-76/15 - The aeromedical significance of sickle-cell trait.

1975

  • FAA/AM-75/01 - Predictive validities of several clinical color vision tests for aviation signal light gun performance.
  • FAA/AM-75/02 - Anthropometry of airline stewardesses.
  • FAA/AM-75/03 - Attitudes on en route air traffic control training and work: A comparison of recruits initially trained at the FAA Academy and recruits initially trained at assigned centers.
  • FAA/AM-75/04 - The use of vestibular tests in civil aviation medical examinations: Survey of practices and proposals by aviation medical examiners.
  • FAA/AM-75/05 - To see or not to see: Visual acuity of pilots involved in midair collisions.
  • FAA/AM-75/06 - Interaction between marihuana and altitude on a complex behavioral task in baboons.
  • FAA/AM-75/07 - Stress in air traffic controllers: Comparison of two air route traffic control centers on different shift rotation patterns.
  • FAA/AM-75/08 - Physiological, subjective, and performance correlates of reported boredom and monotony while performing a simulated radar control task.
  • FAA/AM-75/09 - An evaluation of the effectiveness of the FAA Management Training School.
  • FAA/AM-75/10 - The effects of a 12-hour shift in the wake-sleep cycle on the physiological and biochemical responses and on multiple-task performance.
  • FAA/AM-75/11 - Earplug ratings based on the protector-attenuation rating (P-AR).
  • FAA/AM-75/12 - Pilot performance and heart rate during in-flight use of a compact instrument display.
  • FAA/AM-75/13 - Functional strength of commercial-airline stewardesses.
  • FAA/AM-75/14 - The effects of dextroamphetamine on physiological responses and complex performance during sleep loss.

1974

  • FAA/AM-74/01 - Index to FAA Office of Aviation Medicine Reports: 1961 through 1973.
  • FAA/AM-74/02 - A sex comparison of reasons for attrition of nonjourneyman FAA air traffic controllers.
  • FAA/AM-74/03 - Adaptation to vestibular disorientation. XII. Habituation of vestibular responses: an overview.
  • FAA/AM-74/04 - Experimental trauma of occipital impacts.
  • FAA/AM-74/05 - Characteristics of medically disqualified airman applicants during calendar year 1971.
  • FAA/AM-74/06 - Amplitude/frequency differences in a supine resting single-lead electrocardiogram of normal versus coronary heart diseased males.
  • FAA/AM-74/07 - Job-related attitudes of nonjourneyman FAA air traffic controllers and former controllers: a sex comparison.
  • FAA/AM-74/08 - Aircraft-pilot and other pre-employment experience as factors in the selection of air traffic controller trainees.
  • FAA/AM-74/09 - Behavioral, autonomic, and subjective reactions to low- and moderate-level sonic booms: A report of two experiments and a general evaluation of sonic boom startle effects.
  • FAA/AM-74/10 - Multiple-task performance as a predictor of the potential of air traffic controller trainees: A followup study.
  • FAA/AM-74/11 - Comparison of Opa Locka Tower with other ATC facilities by means of a biochemical stress index.
  • FAA/AM-74/12 - A realistic view of the people in air traffic control.

1973

  • FAA/AM-73/01 - Application of commercial aircraft accident investigation techniques to a railroad derailment.
  • FAA/AM-73/02 - Job attitudes of air traffic controllers: A comparison of three air traffic control specialties.
  • FAA/AM-73/03 - Subtle changes in brain functions produced by single doses of mevinphos (Phosdrin).
  • FAA/AM-73/04 - Transient blindness due to the combined effects of mevinphos and atropine.
  • FAA/AM-73/05 - The aircraft as an instrument of self-destruction.
  • FAA/AM-73/06 - Frequency of anticollision observing responses by solo pilots as a function of traffic density, ATC traffic warnings, and competing behavior.
  • FAA/AM-73/07 - The relationships of age and ATC experience to job performance rating of terminal area traffic controllers.
  • FAA/AM-73/08 - Prevalence and incidence of disease among airmen medically certified during 1965.
  • FAA/AM-73/09 - In-flight performance of civilian pilots using moving-aircraft and moving-horizon attitude indicators.
  • FAA/AM-73/10 - Height and weight errors in aeromedical certification data.
  • FAA/AM-73/11 - Sonic boom startle effects: Report of a field study.
  • FAA/AM-73/12 - Flying high: The aeromedical aspects of marihuana.
  • FAA/AM-73/13 - Reception of distorted speech.
  • FAA/AM-73/14 - Personality and physiological correlates of performance decrement on a monotonous task requiring sustained attention.
  • FAA/AM-73/15 - Susceptibility to anxiety and shift difficulty as determinants of state anxiety in air traffic controllers.
  • FAA/AM-73/16 - A comparison of the startle effects resulting from exposure to two levels of simulated sonic booms.
  • FAA/AM-73/17 - Effects of secobarbital and d-amphetamine on tracking performance during angular acceleration.
  • FAA/AM-73/18 - Utility of several clinical tests of color-defective vision in predicting daytime and nighttime performance with the aviation signal light gun.
  • FAA/AM-73/19 - Aviation medicine translations: Annotated bibliography of recently translated material. VIII.
  • FAA/AM-73/20 - Ear-protector ratings.
  • FAA/AM-73/21 - Physiological, biochemical, and psychological responses in air traffic control personnel: Comparison of the 5-day and 2-2-1 shift rotation patterns.
  • FAA/AM-73/22 - Physiological responses in air traffic control personnel: Houston Intercontinental Tower.
  • FAA/AM-73/23 - Study of control force limits for female pilots.

1972

  • FAA/AM-72/01 - Index to FAA Office of Aviation Medicine Reports: 1961 through 1971.
  • FAA/AM-72/02 - The psycho-social reconstruction inventory: A postdictal instrument in aircraft accident investigation.
  • FAA/AM-72/03 - The benefits of the use of shoulder harness in general aviation aircraft.
  • FAA/AM-72/04 - The effects of alcohol on pilot performance during instrument flight.
  • FAA/AM-72/05 - Multiple-task performance as a predictor of the potential of air traffic controller trainees.
  • FAA/AM-72/06 - Effectiveness of restraint equipment in enclosed areas.
  • FAA/AM-72/07 - Evaluation of a fiberglass instrument glare shield for protection against head injury.
  • FAA/AM-72/08 - Effects of backscatter of brief high-intensity light on physiological responses of instrument-rated pilots and non-pilots.
  • FAA/AM-72/09 - Pilot tracking performance during successive in-flight simulated instrument approaches.
  • FAA/AM-72/10 - Physiological evaluation of a modified jet transport passenger oxygen mask.
  • FAA/AM-72/11 - Effects of alcohol on a problem-solving task.
  • FAA/AM-72/12 - A comparison of serum cholinesterase methods: II.
  • FAA/AM-72/13 - Attrition from active airman status during 1970.
  • FAA/AM-72/14 - The color- word interference test and its relation to performance impairment under auditory distraction.
  • FAA/AM-72/15 - Crash survival analysis of 16 agricultural aircraft accidents.
  • FAA/AM-72/16 - Aviation medicine translations: Annotated bibliography of recently translated material. VII.
  • FAA/AM-72/17 - High temperature and performance in a flight task simulator.
  • FAA/AM-72/18 - A proposed new test for aptitude screening of air traffic controller applicants.
  • FAA/AM-72/19 - Residual performance effects of simulated sonic booms introduced during sleep.
  • FAA/AM-72/20 - The use of simple indicators for detecting potential coronary heart disease susceptibility in the air traffic controller population.
  • FAA/AM-72/21 - Methodology in the measurement of complex human performance: Two-dimensional compensatory tracking.
  • FAA/AM-72/22 - A comparative study of female and male air traffic controller trainees.
  • FAA/AM-72/23 - A study of the State-Trait Anxiety Inventory and the assessment of stress under simulated conditions.
  • FAA/AM-72/24 - Sonic booms and sleep: Affect change as a function of age.
  • FAA/AM-72/25 - Self-estimate of distractibility as related to performance decrement on a task requiring sustained attention.
  • FAA/AM-72/26 - The use of simple indicators for detecting potential coronary heart disease susceptibility in the third-class airman population.
  • FAA/AM-72/27 - A preliminary study of maximal control force capability of female pilots.
  • FAA/AM-72/28 - G effects on the pilot during aerobatics.
  • FAA/AM-72/29 - Behavioral changes from chronic exposure to pesticides used in aerial application: Effects of Phosdrin on the performance of monkeys and pigeons on variable interval reinforcement schedules.
  • FAA/AM-72/30 - GPSS/360 computer models to simulate aircraft passenger emergency evacuation.
  • FAA/AM-72/31 - Binaural processing of speech in light aircraft.
  • FAA/AM-72/32 - Auditory effects of noise on air-crew personnel.
  • FAA/AM-72/33 - Attrition-retention rates of air traffic controller trainees recruited during 1960-1963 and 1968-1970.
  • FAA/AM-72/34 - Alcohol and disorientation-related responses. VI. Effects of alcohol on eye movements and tracking performance during laboratory angular accelerations about the yaw and pitch axes.
  • FAA/AM-72/35 - Simulated sonic booms and sleep: Effects of repeated booms of 1.0 psf.

1971

  • FAA/AM-71/01 - Noise audiometry.
  • FAA/AM-71/02 - Physiological responses in air traffic control personnel: O'Hare Tower.
  • FAA/AM-71/03 - General aviation structures directly responsible for trauma in crash decelerations (Please note that this report is extremely large and divided into sections.).
  • FAA/AM-71/04 - Use of skin temperature to predict tolerance to thermal environments.
  • FAA/AM-71/05 - Aviation medicine translations: Annotated bibliography of recently translated material.
  • FAA/AM-71/06 - Alcohol and disorientation-related responses. I. Nystagmus and "vertigo" during caloric and optokinetic stimulation.
  • FAA/AM-71/07 - Effects of conflicting auditory stimuli on color-word interference and arousal.
  • FAA/AM-71/08 - Biodynamic evaluation of air traffic control students between 1960-1963.
  • FAA/AM-71/09 - Physician pilot- in-command flight accidents, 1964 through 1970.
  • FAA/AM-71/10 - Medical and psychological aspects of mass air transportation.
  • FAA/AM-71/11 - Effects of low-grade hypoxia on performance in a vigilance situation.
  • FAA/AM-71/12 - Acceptance tests of various upper torso restraints.
  • FAA/AM-71/13 - Tolerances of the human brain to concussion.
  • FAA/AM-71/14 - Assessment of a "stress" response-set in the Composite Mood Adjective Check List.
  • FAA/AM-71/15 - Automated differential fluorometric analysis of norepinephrine and epinephrine in blood plasma and urine.
  • FAA/AM-71/16 - Alcohol and disorientation-related responses. II. Nystagmus and "vertigo" during angular acceleration.
  • FAA/AM-71/17 - Combined effects of altitude and high temperature on complex performance.
  • FAA/AM-71/18 - Aeromedical transportation and general aviation.
  • FAA/AM-71/19 - Changes in cardiovascular health parameters over an eight-year interval in an ATC population segment.
  • FAA/AM-71/20 - Alcohol and disorientation-related responses. III. Effects of alcohol ingestion on tracking performance during angular acceleration.
  • FAA/AM-71/21 - Affect adjective check list assessment of mood variations in air traffic controllers.
  • FAA/AM-71/22 - Effect of a moving optical environment on the subjective median.
  • FAA/AM-71/23 - Physiological responses of low-time private pilots to cross-country flying.
  • FAA/AM-71/24 - Aural glide slope cues: Their effect on pilot performance during in-flight simulated ILS instrument approaches.
  • FAA/AM-71/25 - The effects of alcohol on pilot performance during instrument flight.
  • FAA/AM-71/26 - Calibration of the Concorde radiation detection instrument and measurements at SST altitude.
  • FAA/AM-71/27 - Color-defective vision and the recognition of aviation color signal light flashes.
  • FAA/AM-71/28 - A nonverbal technique for the assessment of general intellectual ability in selection of aviation personnel.
  • FAA/AM-71/29 - The effects of simulated sonic booms on tracking performance and autonomic response.
  • FAA/AM-71/30 - Attitudes and motivational factors in terminal area air traffic control work.
  • FAA/AM-71/31 - The spiral aftereffect: III. Some effects of perceived size, retinal size, and retinal speed on the duration of illusory motion.
  • FAA/AM-71/32 - Color defective vision and day and night recognition of aviation color signal light flashes.
  • FAA/AM-71/33 - Civil aeromedical standards for general-use aerospace transportation vehicles.
  • FAA/AM-71/34 - Alcohol and disorientation-related responses. IV. Effects of different alcohol dosages and display illumination on tracking performance during vestibular stimulation.
  • FAA/AM-71/35 - Personality assessment in aviation: An analysis of the item ambiguity characteristics of the 16PF and MMPI.
  • FAA/AM-71/36 - The relationship between chronological age and aptitude test measures of advanced-level air traffic control trainees.
  • FAA/AM-71/37 - Evaluation of an improved flotation device for infants and small children.
  • FAA/AM-71/38 - Senior aviation medical examiners conducting FAA first-class medical examinations.
  • FAA/AM-71/39 - Alcohol and disorientation-related responses: V. The influence of alcohol on positional, rotatory, and coriolis vestibular responses over 32-hour periods.
  • FAA/AM-71/40 - Air traffic aptitude test measures of military and FAA controller trainees.
  • FAA/AM-71/41 - The acute toxicity of brief exposure of HF, HCl, and N02 & HCN singly & in combination with CO.
  • FAA/AM-71/42 - Discrimination of short-duration (two-pulse) flashes as a function of signal luminance and method of measurement.

1970

  • FAA/AM-70/01 - Index to FAA Office of Aviation Medicine Reports: 1961 through 1969.
  • FAA/AM-70/02 - Quantitative evaluation of optically induced disorientation.
  • FAA/AM-70/03 - Effects of an organophosphorus pesticide on reproduction in the rat.
  • FAA/AM-70/04 - Studies on the storage stability of human blood cholinesterases: I.
  • FAA/AM-70/05 - Blood alcohol concentrations as affected by combinations of alcoholic beverage dosages and altitudes.
  • FAA/AM-70/06 - Auditory processing for speech intelligibility improvement.
  • FAA/AM-70/07 - Pilot heart rate during in-flight simulated instrument approaches in a general aviation aircraft.
  • FAA/AM-70/08 - Physiological responses of men during sleep deprivation.
  • FAA/AM-70/09 - Anti-collision lights for the supersonic transport (SST).
  • FAA/AM-70/10 - Some characteristics of optokinetic eye-movement patterns: A comparative study.
  • FAA/AM-70/11 - Some acute and chronic effects of endrin on the brain.
  • FAA/AM-70/12 - Physiologically tolerable decompression profiles for supersonic transport type certification.
  • FAA/AM-70/13 - A comparison of three serum cholinesterase methods.
  • FAA/AM-70/14 - Performance ratings and personality factors in radar controllers.
  • FAA/AM-70/15 - Two-flash thresholds as a function of comparison stimulus duration.
  • FAA/AM-70/16 - Survival in emergency escape from passenger aircraft.
  • FAA/AM-70/17 - Effective approaches to disorientation familiarization for aviation personnel.
  • FAA/AM-70/18 - Comparison of status variables among accident and nonaccident airmen from the active airman population.
  • FAA/AM-70/19 - Evacuation tests from an SST mockup.
  • FAA/AM-70/20 - Protective smoke hood studies.
  • FAA/AM-70/21 - A device and method for rapid indirect measurement of human systolic and diastolic blood pressures.
  • FAA/AM-70/22 - Tolerances to thermal extremes in aerospace activities.

1969

  • FAA/AM-69/01 - Binocular fusion time in sleep-deprived subjects.
  • FAA/AM-69/02 - Medical factors in U.S. general aviation accidents.
  • FAA/AM-69/03 - Pathology of trauma attributed to restraint systems in crash impacts.
  • FAA/AM-69/04 - Experimental impact protection with advanced restraint systems: Preliminary primate tests with air bag and inertia reel/inverted-Y yoke torso harness.
  • FAA/AM-69/05 - Seat belt injuries in impact.
  • FAA/AM-69/06 - Methodology in the assessment of complex human performance: The effects of signal rate on monitoring a dynamic process.
  • FAA/AM-69/07 - Consistency of performance change and autonomic response as a function of expressed attitude toward a specific stress situation.
  • FAA/AM-69/08 - Patterns of physiological activity accompanying performance on a perceptual-motor task.
  • FAA/AM-69/09 - Effects of two common medications on complex performance.
  • FAA/AM-69/10 - Complex performance during exposure to high temperatures.
  • FAA/AM-69/11 - Occupations of active airmen.
  • FAA/AM-69/12 - The use of a tranquilizer (chlordiazepoxide) in flight training.
  • FAA/AM-69/13 - Experimental comparison of trauma in lateral (+Gy), rearwardfacing (+Gx), and forward-facing (-Gx) body orientations when restrained by lap belt only.
  • FAA/AM-69/14 - Effects of alcohol on complex performance.
  • FAA/AM-69/15 - The spiral aftereffect. II. Some influences of visual angle and retinal speed on the duration and intensity of illusory motion.
  • FAA/AM-69/16 - Methodology in the assessment of complex performance: The effects of signal rate on monitoring a static process.
  • FAA/AM-69/17 - Time-zone effects on the long-distance air traveler.
  • FAA/AM-69/18 - The safety significance of aircraft accident post mortem findings.
  • FAA/AM-69/19 - A comparison of the behavioral effects of various levels of chronic disulfoton poisoning.
  • FAA/AM-69/20 - Adaptation to vestibular disorientation. XI. The influence of specific and nonspecific gravireceptors on nystagmic responses to angular acceleration.
  • FAA/AM-69/21 - Recovery of motor performance following startle.
  • FAA/AM-69/22 - Determination of centers of gravity of infants.
  • FAA/AM-69/23 - Motor effects from visually induced disorientation in man.
  • FAA/AM-69/24 - Fidelity of simulation and transfer of training: A review of the problem.

1968

  • FAA/AM-68/01 - Index to FAA Office of Aviation Medicine Reports: 1961 through 1967.
  • FAA/AM-68/02 - Adaptation to vestibular disorientation: IX. Influence of head position on the habituation of vertical nystagmus.
  • FAA/AM-68/03 - Biomedical applications of a commercial capacitance transducer.
  • FAA/AM-68/04 - Contribution of activity to the circadian rhythm in excretion of magnesium and calcium.
  • FAA/AM-68/05 - Usage of combined airman certification by active airmen: An active airman population estimate.
  • FAA/AM-68/06 - Impact injuries in pregnancy. I. Experimental studies.
  • FAA/AM-68/07 - Aviation medicine translations: Annotated bibliography of recently translated material.
  • FAA/AM-68/08 - Circadian rhythms and the effects of long-distance flights.
  • FAA/AM-68/09 - A retrospective analysis of aeromedical certification denial actions. January 1961-December 1967.
  • FAA/AM-68/10 - The spiral aftereffect: Influence of stimulus size and viewing distance on the duration of illusory motion.
  • FAA/AM-68/11 - Pilot response to peripheral vision cues during instrument flying tasks.
  • FAA/AM-68/12 - Peripheral vision cues: Their effect on pilot performance during instrument landing approaches and recoveries from unusual attitudes.
  • FAA/AM-68/13 - The effects of body thermal state on manual performance.
  • FAA/AM-68/14 - A comparative study of air traffic trainee aptitude-test measures involving Navy, Marine Corps, and FAA controllers.
  • FAA/AM-68/15 - Effects of two antihistamine containing compounds upon performance at three altitudes.
  • FAA/AM-68/16 - Drug and toxic hazards in general aviation.
  • FAA/AM-68/17 - The effects of cognitive appraisal of stress on heart rate and task performance.
  • FAA/AM-68/18 - The effects of alcohol at three simulated aircraft cabin conditions.
  • FAA/AM-68/19 - Fatal injuries resulting from extreme water impact.
  • FAA/AM-68/20 - Two-flash thresholds as a function of flash luminance and area.
  • FAA/AM-68/21 - Cockpit noise intensity: Fifteen single-engine light aircraft.
  • FAA/AM-68/22 - A comparison of effects of peripheral vision cues on pilot performance during instrument flight in dissimilar aircraft simulators.
  • FAA/AM-68/23 - A table for converting pH to hydrogen ion concentration [H+] over the range 5-9.
  • FAA/AM-68/24 - Impact injury to the pregnant female and fetus in lap belt restraint.
  • FAA/AM-68/25 - Cockpit noise intensity: Eleven twin-engine light aircraft.
  • FAA/AM-68/26 - Physiological studies on air tanker pilots flying forest fire retardant missions.
  • FAA/AM-68/27 - Assessment of the Broca-Sulzer phenomenon via inter- and intra-modality matching procedures: Studies of signal-light brightness.
  • FAA/AM-68/28 - Adaptation to vestibular disorientation. X. Modification of vestibular nystagmus and "vertigo" by means of visual stimulation.

1967

  • FAA/AM-67/01 - The relationships between chronological age, length of experience, and job performance ratings of air route traffic control specialist.
  • FAA/AM-67/02 - Adaptation to vestibular disorientation. IV. Responses to angular acceleration and to bilateral caloric stimulation following unilateral caloric habituation.
  • FAA/AM-67/03 - Development of techniques for evaluating the physiological protective efficiency of civil aviation oxygen equipment.
  • FAA/AM-67/04 - A protective passenger smoke hood.
  • FAA/AM-67/05 - Problems in aerial application: Detection of mild poisoning by organophosphorus pesticides using an automated method for cholinesterase activity.
  • FAA/AM-67/06 - Adaptation to vestibular disorientation. V. Eye-movement and subjective turning responses to two durations of angular acceleration.
  • FAA/AM-67/07 - Adaptation to vestibular disorientation. VI. Eye-movement and subjective turning responses to varied durations of angular acceleration.
  • FAA/AM-67/08 - Diagnostic tests of color-defective vision: Annotated bibliography, 1956-1966.
  • FAA/AM-67/09 - Performance characteristics of constant-flow phase dilution oxygen mask designs for general aviation.
  • FAA/AM-67/10 - Interaural intensity difference limen.
  • FAA/AM-67/11 - The biophysical basis and clinical applications of rheoencephalography.
  • FAA/AM-67/12 - Adaptation to vestibular disorientation. VII. Special effects of brief periods of visual fixation on nystagmus and sensations of turning.
  • FAA/AM-67/13 - A functional comparison of basic restraint systems.
  • FAA/AM-67/14 - An evaluation of potential decompression hazards in small pressurized aircraft.
  • FAA/AM-67/15 - In-flight physiological monitoring of student pilots.
  • FAA/AM-67/16 - Cross-modality matching of loudness to brightness for flashes of varying luminance and duration.
  • FAA/AM-67/17 - A portable device for the measurement of evaporative water loss.
  • FAA/AM-67/18 - Cue-enhancement as a function of task-set.
  • FAA/AM-67/19 - Adaptation to vestibular disorientation. VIII. "Coriolis" vestibular stimulation and the influence of different visual surrounds.
  • FAA/AM-67/20 - Perceived depth between familiar objects.
  • FAA/AM-67/21 - Evaluation of a biocidal turbine-fuel-additive.
  • FAA/AM-67/22 - Aircraft accidents by older persons.
  • FAA/AM-67/23 - Type airman certification as related to accidents.
  • FAA/AM-67/24 - Reaction time as a function of flash luminance and duration.
  • FAA/AM-67/25 - Aviation medicine, FAA-1966.

1966

  • FAA/AM-66/01 - Aviation medicine reports: An annotated catalog of Office of Aviation Medicine reports: 1961 through 1965.
  • FAA/AM-66/02 - Aviation medicine translations: Annotated bibliography of recently translated material. IV.
  • FAA/AM-66/03 - Cockpit design for impact survival.
  • FAA/AM-66/04 - A table of intensity increments.
  • FAA/AM-66/05 - Problems in aerial application: A comparison of the effects of dieldrin poisoning in cold-adapted and room-temperature mammals.
  • FAA/AM-66/06 - Fatigue and stress studies: An improved semiautomated procedure for fluorometric determination of plasma catecholamines.
  • FAA/AM-66/07 - Evaluation of the physiological protective efficiency of a new prototype disposable passenger oxygen mask.
  • FAA/AM-66/08 - The predominant causes of crashes and recommended therapy.
  • FAA/AM-66/09 - Selected facial measurements of children for oxygen mask design.
  • FAA/AM-66/10 - Effects of decompression on operator performance.
  • FAA/AM-66/11 - Problems in aerial application: I.-V.
  • FAA/AM-66/12 - Injury potentials of light-aircraft instrument panels.
  • FAA/AM-66/13 - Flotation characteristics of aircraft-passenger seat cushions.
  • FAA/AM-66/14 - Problems in aviation personnel: Influence of a tranquilizer on temperature regulation in man.
  • FAA/AM-66/15 - Hypoxia and performance decrement.
  • FAA/AM-66/16 - The aeromedical assessment of human systolic and diastolic blood-pressure transients without direct arterial puncture.
  • FAA/AM-66/17 - Problems in aeromedical certification: Cardiovascular responses to exercise following myocardial infarction.
  • FAA/AM-66/18 - Evaluation of head and face injury potential of current airline seats during crash decelerations.
  • FAA/AM-66/19 - Performance tasks for operator-skills research.
  • FAA/AM-66/20 - Evaluation of the Sierra hanging quick-don crew pressure-breathing oxygen mask.
  • FAA/AM-66/21 - Clinical aviation medicine: A physical-conditioning program for cardiac patients.
  • FAA/AM-66/22 - Problems in depth perception: Perceived size and distance of familiar objects.
  • FAA/AM-66/23 - The achievement of thermal balance and its maintenance during environmental stress.
  • FAA/AM-66/24 - Problems in depth perception: Equidistance judgments in the vicinity of a binocular illusion.
  • FAA/AM-66/25 - Physician flight accidents.
  • FAA/AM-66/26 - Problems in aerial application: Histochemistry of Weil stain on liver.
  • FAA/AM-66/27 - Human factors in general aviation accidents.
  • FAA/AM-66/28 - Oxygen in general aviation.
  • FAA/AM-66/29 - Recent findings on the impairment of airmanship by alcohol.
  • FAA/AM-66/30 - Protecting the Ag pilot.
  • FAA/AM-66/31 - The "stall barrier" as a new preventive in general aviation accidents.
  • FAA/AM-66/32 - In-flight response to a new non-gyroscopic blind flight instrument.
  • FAA/AM-66/33 - Recommendations for shoulder restraint installation in general aviation aircraft.
  • FAA/AM-66/34 - Problems in aerial application: A comparison of the acute effects of endrin and carbon tetrachloride on the livers of rats and of the residual effects one month after poisoning.
  • FAA/AM-66/35 - Pilot vision considerations: The effect of age on binocular fusion time.
  • FAA/AM-66/36 - Clinical aviation medicine research: Comparison of simultaneous measurements of intra-aortic and auscultatory blood pressure with pressure-flow dynamics during rest and exercise.
  • FAA/AM-66/37 - Adaptation to vestibular disorientation. III. Influence on adaptation of interrupting nystagmic eye movements with opposing stimuli.
  • FAA/AM-66/38 - A homogeneous field for light adaptation.
  • FAA/AM-66/39 - Exposure of men to intermittent photic stimulation under simulated IFR conditions.
  • FAA/AM-66/40 - Evaluation of various padding materials for crash protection.
  • FAA/AM-66/41 - Physiological responses of pilots to severe-weather flying.
  • FAA/AM-66/42 - Emergency evacuation tests of a crashed L-1649.

1965

  • FAA/AM-65/01 - Auditory fatigue: Influence of mental factors.
  • FAA/AM-65/02 - Effects of several mental tasks on auditory fatigue.
  • FAA/AM-65/03 - Medical services at airports.
  • FAA/AM-65/04 - Cranial impedance plethysmography-Rheoencephalography as a method of detection of cerebrovascular disease.
  • FAA/AM-65/05 - Biomedical survey of ATC facilities: I. Incidence of self-reported symptoms.
  • FAA/AM-65/06 - Biomedical survey of ATC facilities: II. Experience and age.
  • FAA/AM-65/07 - Human factors of emergency evacuation.
  • FAA/AM-65/08 - On the elimination of pulse wave velocity in stroke volume determination from the ultralow frequency displacement ballistocardiogram.
  • FAA/AM-65/09 - Pupillary movements during acute and chronic fatigue.
  • FAA/AM-65/10 - ATC system error and appraisal of controller proficiency.
  • FAA/AM-65/11 - The equidistance tendency and its consequences: Problems in depth perception.
  • FAA/AM-65/12 - Survival of high-velocity free-falls in water.
  • FAA/AM-65/13 - Fatigue in aviation activities.
  • FAA/AM-65/14 - The angle of shoulder slope in normal males as a factor in shoulder-harness design.
  • FAA/AM-65/15 - Ballistocardiography: a bibliography.
  • FAA/AM-65/16 - Pilot fatigue: Intercontinental jet flight: Oklahoma City-Tokyo.
  • FAA/AM-65/17 - Aviation medicine translations: Annotated bibliography of recently translated material. III.
  • FAA/AM-65/18 - Adaptation to vestibular disorientation: I. Vertigo and nystagmus following repeated clinical stimulation.
  • FAA/AM-65/19 - Problems in air traffic management: V. Identification and potential of aptitude test measures for selection of tower air traffic controller trainees.
  • FAA/AM-65/20 - Tolerances of the human face to crash impact.
  • FAA/AM-65/21 - Problems in air traffic management: VI. Interaction of training-entry age with intellectual and personality characteristics of air traffic control specialists.
  • FAA/AM-65/22 - Problems in air traffic management. VII. Job and training performance of air traffic control specialists-measurement, structure, and prediction.
  • FAA/AM-65/23 - Determination of centers of gravity of children, sitting and standing.
  • FAA/AM-65/24 - Adaptation to vestibular disorientation. II. Nystagmus and vertigo following high-velocity angular accelerations.
  • FAA/AM-65/25 - Latency of pupillary reflex to light stimulation and its relationship to aging.
  • FAA/AM-65/26 - Anthropometry of air traffic control trainees.
  • FAA/AM-65/27 - Intrarenal hemodynamic changes following acute partial renal arterial occlusion.
  • FAA/AM-65/28 - Phase shifts of the human circadian system and performance deficit during the periods of transition: I, East-West flight.
  • FAA/AM-65/29 - Phase shifts of the human circadian system and performance deficit during the periods of transition: II. West-East flight.
  • FAA/AM-65/30 - Phase shifts of the human circadian system and performance deficit during the periods of transition: III. North-South flight.
  • FAA/AM-65/31 - Development and evaluation of a radar air traffic control research task.
  • FAA/AM-65/32 - Problems in depth perception: A method of simulating objects moving in depth.

1964

  • FAA/AM-64/01 - Studies on aging in aviation personnel.
  • FAA/AM-64/02 - The effect of physical conditioning on an individual before and after suffering a myocardial infarction.
  • FAA/AM-64/03 - The gradational step test for assessing cardiorespiratory capacity: An experimental evaluation of treadmill and step test procedures.
  • FAA/AM-64/04 - Cardiovascular health status, age, and psychological performance.
  • FAA/AM-64/05 - Current status of clot dissolution therapy.
  • FAA/AM-64/06 - Unsuspected neurologic disease in aviation personnel: Survival following seizures in flight.
  • FAA/AM-64/07 - Chronic thrombotic obstruction of major pulmonary arteries.
  • FAA/AM-64/08 - Cardiopulmonary consequences of pyrogen-induced hyperpyrexia in man.
  • FAA/AM-64/09 - Duration of spiral aftereffect as a function of retinal size, retinal place, and hemiretinal transfer.
  • FAA/AM-64/10 - Duration as a measure of the spiral aftereffect.
  • FAA/AM-64/11 - Effect of glyceryl trinitrate on pulmonary vasculature of anesthetized dogs.
  • FAA/AM-64/12 - Comments on progress in ballistocardiographic research and the current state of the art.
  • FAA/AM-64/13 - The size cue to visually perceived distance.
  • FAA/AM-64/14 - Effects of bilateral caloric habituation on nystagmus responses of the cat.
  • FAA/AM-64/15 - Design and performance characteristics of a mechanically driven vestibular stimulator.
  • FAA/AM-64/16 - Aviation medicine translations: Annotated bibliography of recently translated material. II.
  • FAA/AM-64/17 - The physiological locus of the spiral aftereffect.
  • FAA/AM-64/18 - Physiological recordings from pilots operating an aircraft simulator.
  • FAA/AM-64/19 - The recognition of strictly posterior myocardial infarction by conventional scalar electrocardiography.
  • FAA/AM-64/20 - Aviation Medical Library: Aviation medical papers and reports: a bibliography.

1963

  • FAA/AM-63/01 - The development of reversible hematuria and oliguria following elevation of renal venous pressure.
  • FAA/AM-63/02 - Resume and index of reports of the Civil Aeromedical Research Institute, 1961-1962.
  • FAA/AM-63/03 - Observations on the elicitation of secondary and inverted primary nystagmus from the cat by unilateral caloric irrigation.
  • FAA/AM-63/04 - Problems in aerial application: II. Effects of chlorinated hydrocarbons on substratelinked phosphorylation.
  • FAA/AM-63/05 - Neural control of the ciliary muscle.
  • FAA/AM-63/06 - A simple field test for the assessment of physical fitness.
  • FAA/AM-63/07 - Relation of earphone transient response to measurement of onset-duration.
  • FAA/AM-63/08 - Calibration of an electronic counter and pulse height analyzer for plotting erythrocyte volume spectra.
  • FAA/AM-63/09 - Studies of air loads on man.
  • FAA/AM-63/10 - The perception of depth from binocular disparity.
  • FAA/AM-63/11 - In vivo measurement of total gas pressure in mammalian tissue.
  • FAA/AM-63/12 - The mitigation of physical fatigue with Spartase.
  • FAA/AM-63/13 - Primary, secondary, and caloric nystagmus of the cat following habituation to rotation.
  • FAA/AM-63/14 - Nystagmus responses of the cat to rotation and to directionally equivalent and nonequivalent stimuli after unilateral caloric habituation.
  • FAA/AM-63/15 - Human survivability of extreme impacts in free- fall.
  • FAA/AM-63/16 - Mechanisms of action of the insecticide endrin.
  • FAA/AM-63/17 - Application of a "relative" procedure to a problem in binaural beat perception.
  • FAA/AM-63/18 - Experimental evaluation of work capacity as related to chronological and physiological aging.
  • FAA/AM-63/19 - A central factor in pure tone auditory fatigue.
  • FAA/AM-63/20 - The visual perception of spatial extent.
  • FAA/AM-63/21 - In-flight loss of consciousness; a case report.
  • FAA/AM-63/22 - The mechanisms of intrarenal hemodynamic changes following acute arterial occlusion.
  • FAA/AM-63/23 - The effects of a tranquilizer on body temperature.
  • FAA/AM-63/24 - Central nervous system effects of chronic exposure to organophosphate insecticides.
  • FAA/AM-63/25 - A method for the measurement of physiologic evaporative water loss.
  • FAA/AM-63/26 - Acute and chronic effects of the insecticide endrin on renal function and renal hemodynamics.
  • FAA/AM-63/27 - The flammability of lip, face, and hair preparations in the presence of 100% oxygen.
  • FAA/AM-63/28 - Size cues and the adjacency principle.
  • FAA/AM-63/29 - Task-control of arousal and the effects of repeated unidirectional angular acceleration on human vestibular responses.
  • FAA/AM-63-30 - Biomedical research studies in acceleration.
  • FAA/AM-63/31 - Problems in air traffic management: Comparison of preemployment, job-related experience with aptitude tests as predictors of training and job performance of air traffic control specialists.
  • FAA/AM-63/32 - Mechanism of autoregulation in the intact kidney.
  • FAA/AM-63/33 - Work tolerance: Age and altitude.
  • FAA/AM-63/34 - Effects of some tranquilizing, analeptic, and vasodilating drugs on physical work capacity and orthostatic tolerance.
  • FAA/AM-63-35 - Human Factors Aspects of Lightplane Safety.

1962

  • FAA/AM-62/01 - An analysis of sitting areas and pressures of man.
  • FAA/AM-62/02 - Problems in air traffic management: II. Prediction of success in air traffic controller school.
  • FAA/AM-62/03 - Problems in air traffic management: III. Implications of age for training and job performance of air traffic controllers.
  • FAA/AM-62/04 - Sonotropic effects of commercial air transport sound on birds.
  • FAA/AM-62/05 - Prediction of energy cost of treadmill work.
  • FAA/AM-62/06 - Human tolerances.
  • FAA/AM-62/07 - Failure of rearward-facing seat backs and resulting injuries in a survivable transport accident.
  • FAA/AM-62/08 - Toxic hazards in aerial application.
  • FAA/AM-62/09 - Evacuation pattern analysis of a survivable commercial aircraft crash.
  • FAA/AM-62/10 - Problems in aerial application: I. Some biochemical effects of lindane and dieldrin on vertebrates.
  • FAA/AM-62/11 - Tactile communication.
  • FAA/AM-62/12 - The effects of simulated altitude on penetrating eye injuries.
  • FAA/AM-62/13 - Kinematic behavior of the human body during deceleration.
  • FAA/AM-62/14 - Determination of centers of gravity of man.
  • FAA/AM-62/15 - The visual perception of size and distance.
  • FAA/AM-62/16 - Absolute identifications of cutaneous stimuli varying in both intensity level and duration.
  • FAA/AM-62/17 - Manipulation of arousal and its effects on human vestibular nystagmus induced by caloric irrigation and angular accelerations.
  • FAA/AM-62/18 - Effect of increased venous pressure on renal hemodynamics.
  • FAA/AM-62/19 - A case of survival of extreme vertical impact in seated position.
  • FAA/AM-62/20 - Civil aeromedical research: Responsibilities, aims, and accomplishments.
  • FAA/AM-62/21 - An improved method for determining the efficiency of crew and passenger oxygen masks.

1961

  • FAA/AM-61/01 - Problems in air traffic management: I. Longitudinal prediction of effectiveness of air traffic controllers.