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This journal (formerly Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine), representing the members of the Aerospace Medical Association, is published monthly for those interested in aerospace medicine and human performance. It is devoted to serving and supporting all who explore, travel, work, or live in hazardous environments ranging from beneath the sea to the outermost reaches of space. The original scientific articles in this journal provide the latest available information on investigations into such areas as changes in ambient pressure, motion sickness, increased or decreased gravitational forces, thermal stresses, vision, fatigue, circadian rhythms, psychological stress, artificial environments, predictors of success, health maintenance, human factors engineering, clinical care, and others. This journal also publishes notes on scientific news and technical items of interest to the general reader, and provides teaching material and reviews for health care professionals.

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Aerospace Medicine and Human Performance was previously published as Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine.

Publisher: Aerospace Medical Association

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Volume 90, Number 7, July 2019

CONTENTS

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pp. 1-1(1)

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PRESIDENT’S PAGE

Free Content “It’s Alive!”
pp. 599-600(2)
Authors: “Joe” Ortega, Hernando J.

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RESEARCH ARTICLES

Free Content Insomnia, Work-Related Burnout, and Eating Habits Affecting the Work Ability of Flight Attendants
pp. 601-605(5)
Authors: Hu, Chia-Jung; Hong, Rei-Mei; Yeh, Gwo-Liang; Hsieh, I-Chun

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Asthma and Rotary-Wing Military Aircrew Selection
pp. 606-612(7)
Authors: Porter, William D.; Powell-Dunford, Nicole; Wilde, Grant D.; Bushby, Alaistair J. R.

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AGSM Proficiency and Depression Are Associated With Success of High-G Training in Trainee Pilots
pp. 613-617(5)
Authors: Yun, Chul; Oh, Sohyun; Shin, Young Ho

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Predicting Workload Experienced in a Flight Test by Measuring Workload in a Flight Simulator
pp. 618-623(6)
Authors: Zheng, Yiyuan; Lu, Yanyu; Jie, Yuwen; Fu, Shan

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Operational and Experimental Tasks, Performance, and Voice in Space
pp. 624-631(8)
Authors: Johannes, Bernd; Bronnikov, Sergey V.; Bubeev, Juri A.; Kotrovskaya, Tatyana I.; Shastlivtseva, Daria V.; Piechowski, Sarah; Hoermann, Hans-Juergen; Rittweger, Joern; Jordan, Jens

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Changes in Coordination Motor Abilities of Naval Academy Cadets During Military Survival Training
pp. 632-636(5)
Authors: Tomczak, Andrzej; Różański, Paweł; Jówko, Ewa

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SHORT COMMUNICATIONS

U.S. Army Parachute Mishap Fatalities: 2010–2015
pp. 637-642(6)
Authors: Johnson, Erik S.; Gaydos, Steven J.; Pavelites, Joseph J.; Kotwal, Russ S.; Houk, John E.

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Malaria Prophylaxis Adherence Among Aircrew Members
pp. 643-646(4)
Authors: Rutherford, Ashley E.; Yale, Randall S.; Finn, Mary F.

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Mortality Among International Astronauts
pp. 647-651(5)
Authors: Reynolds, Robert J.; Day, Steven M.

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CASE REPORT

Rash, Radiculopathy, and Cognitive Biases
pp. 652-654(3)
Authors: Saul, Solomon; Tanael, Michael

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TECHNICAL NOTE

High Altitude Performance of Loudspeakers and Potential Impact on Audiometric Findings
pp. 655-659(5)
Authors: Lucertini, Marco; Botti, Teresa; Sanjust, Filippo; Cerini, Luigi; Autore, Alberto; Lucertini, Lorenzo; Sisto, Renata

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ERRATUM

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pp. 663-663(1)

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