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The peer-reviewed monthly journal, Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine (ASEM) provides contact with physicians, life scientists, bioengineers, and medical specialists working in both basic medical research and in its clinical applications. It is the most used and cited journal in its field. ASEM is distributed to more than 80 nations.

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Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine is now published as Aerospace Medicine and Human Performance.

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Volume 76, Number 5, May 2005

RESEARCH ARTICLES

Color Vision Tests for Aviation: Comparison of the Anomaloscope and Three Lantern Types
pp. 421-429(9)
Authors: Squire, Theresa J.; Rodriguez-Carmona, Marisa; Evans, Anthony D. B.; Barbur, John L.

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Wrist Vibration Affects the Production of Finely Graded Forces
pp. 435-440(6)
Authors: Bock, Otmar; Vercher, Jean-Louis; Gauthier, Gabriel

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Jumping in Simulated and True Microgravity: Response to Maximal Efforts with Three Landing Types
pp. 441-447(7)
Authors: D’Andrea, Susan E.; Perusek, Gail P.; Rajulu, Sudhakar; Perry, Julie; Davis, Brian L.

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Luminous Efficiency and the Measurement of Daytime Displays, Signals, and Visors
pp. 448-455(8)
Authors: Harrington, Lawrence K.; Bassi, Carl J.; Peck, Carol K.

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Pressure Breathing Without a Counter-Pressure Vest Does Not Impair Acceleration Tolerance Up to 9 G
pp. 456-462(7)
Authors: Balldin, Ulf I.; O’Connor, Robert B.; Isdahl, Wayne M.; Werchan, Paul M.

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Psychological Test Profiles of USAF Pilots Before Training vs. Type Aircraft Flown
pp. 463-468(6)
Authors: Boyd, James E.; Patterson, John C.; Thompson, Bill T.

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Extravehicular Mobility Unit Training and Astronaut Injuries
pp. 469-474(6)
Authors: Strauss, Samuel; Krog, Ralph L.; Feiveson, Alan H.

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Modeling Physiological Responses to Military Scenarios: Initial Core Temperature and Downhill Work
pp. 475-480(6)
Authors: Yokota, Miyo; Berglund, Larry G.; Santee, William R.; Buller, Mark J.; Hoyt, Reed W.

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Mood Change and Immune Status of Human Subjects in a 10-Day Confinement Study
pp. 481-485(5)
Authors: Shimamiya, Tamiyasu; Terada, Nobuyuki; Wakabayashi, Sonoe; Mohri, Motohiko

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Fatigue Assessment in the Field: Validation of a Hand-Held Electronic Psychomotor Vigilance Task
pp. 486-489(4)
Authors: Lamond, Nicole; Dawson, Drew; Roach, Gregory D.

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Bubble Incidence After Staged Decompression from 50 or 60 msw: Effect of Adding Deep Stops
pp. 490-492(3)
Authors: Blatteau, Jean-Éric; Hugon, Michel; Gardette, Bernard; Sainty, Jean-Marie; Galland, François-Michel

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Centrifuge Training Program with “Push-Pull” Elements
pp. 493-495(3)
Authors: Mikuliszyn, Romuald; Zebrowski, Mariusz; Kowalczuk, Krzysztof

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G-Induced Visual and Cognitive Disturbances in a Survey of 65 Operational Fighter Pilots
pp. 496-500(5)
Authors: Rickards, Caroline A.; Newman, David G.

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Basic Life Support in Microgravity: Evaluation of a Novel Method During Parabolic Flight
pp. 506-510(5)
Authors: Evetts, Simon N.; Evetts, Lisa M.; Russomano, Thais; Castro, João C.; Ernsting, John

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FEATURES

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Book review

Free Content Space and Life—An Introduction to Space Biology and Medicine.
pp. 514-514(1)
Authors: Planel,  ; Hubert,  

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