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1. Home Injury Survey-No. RG-2919- University of Michigan: Velz and

Hempbill.
Prof. Clarence J. Velz, Department

of Environmental Health, School
of Public Health, University of

Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 2. Studies of Children Showing Injury Tulane University: Marcus Patterns-No. M-790.

Irwin M. Marcus, M.D., 3629

Prytania St., New Orleans, La. 3. Automotive Crash Injury Re- Cornell University: (1) Moore; (2) Kraft,

search-No. AC-47 (formerly Wolf, and Campbell. RG-4367).

Robert A. Woll, director, Automo

tive Crash Injury Research of
Cornell University, 316 East 61st

St., New York, N.Y.
4. Effects of Carbon Monoxide as an University of Michigan: Cook and

Atmospheric Pollutant on Health Clayton.
as Indicated by Relationship to Prof. Warren A. Cook, Department
Auto Accidents in an Urban

of Industrial Health, School of Area-No. RG-5005.

Public Health, University of

Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich.
5. Laboratory Study of Accidents, University of North Dakota: Ammons
No. M-1381.

and Ellingson.
R. B. Ammons, Ph. D., Montana

State University, Missoula, Mont. 6. Human Behavioral Factors in Auto- George Washington University: Mosel,

mobile Driving Safety, phase I Hunt, and Goldstein. No. M-1508.

Prof. James N. Mosel, Department

of Psychology, the George Wash-
ington University, Washington,

D.C.
7. Family Injury Survey-No. AC-79 Connecticut State Department of
(formerly M-1928).

Health: (1) Keehn; (2) Tutles and
Waxman.
Alexander J. Tutles, M.D., divi.

sion of medical services, State
department of health, State office

building, Hartford, Conn.
8. (a) Accidental Poisoning as a Case- San Jose (Calif.) city health department:

finding Procedure; (6) Childhood Bissell, McInnes, and Clark. Accidental Poisoning-a Com- Dwight M. Bissell, M.D., city munity Study-AC-48 (formerly health department, 151 West MisRG-5343).

sion St., San Jose, Calif.
9. California Accident Repeater Driver University of Southern California:

Scales—No. AC-78 (formerly Guilford and Schuster.
M-2353).

J. P. Guilford, Ph. D., Department

of Psychology Graduate School,
University of Southern California,
University Park, Los Angeles,

Calif.
Experimental Case Studies of Northwestern University: Baker and

Traffic Accidents-No. AC-61 Banks, et al.
(formerly RG-5359),

Mr. J. Stannard Baker, Traffic In

stitute Transportation Center,
Northwestern University, 1804

Hinman Ave., Evanston, Ill.
11. Evaluation of Available Traffic Georgia Department of Public Health:
Accident Records-No, RG-5361. Terrell and Steed.

Mr. James C. Terrell, service of bio

statistics, division of administra-
tion and finance, State depart-
ment of public health, Atlanta,

Ga.
12. Causes of Auto Accidents of Adoles- Harvard University; Gallagher and

cent Drivers-No. AC-67 (form- Moore. erly RG-5577).

J. Roswell Gallagher, M.D., the

adolescent unit, the Children's
Hospital Medical Center, Boston,

Mass.
13. Carbon Monoxide and Its Relation National Sanitation Foundation:

to Traffic Accidents-No. Vaughan, Cook, and Clayton. RG-5959.

Henry F. Vaughan, Ph. D., the

National Sanitation Foundation,
School of Public Health, Univer-
sity of Michigan, Ann Arbor,

Mich.
14. Human Factors Related to Farm University of Missouri: McNamara and

Accidents in Missouri-No. Gadalla.
AC-44 (formerly M-2407).

Robert L. McNamara, Ph. D., De

partment of Rural Sociology,
College of Agriculture, University
of Missouri, Columbia, Mo.

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15. Evaluation of Highway Traffic Michigan State University: Merrill and

Safety Motion Pictures-No. Twyford.
AC-68 (formerly RG-5786).

Irving R. Merrill, Ph. D., Director

of Television Research, Univer-
sity of California Hospital, San
Francisco Medical Center, San

Francisco, Calif.
16. Field Experimental Studies on Cornell University Medical College:

Accidental Trauma-No. AC-19 McCarroll. (formerly RG-5937).

James R. McCarroll, M.D., Divi.

sion of Epidemiologic Research,
Department of Public Health and
Preventive Medicine, Cornell
University Medical College, 1300

York Ave., New York, N.Y.
17. Accident-inducing characteristics of Public Service Research, Inc.: (1) Dun-

motor vehicles-No. AC-1 (for- lap, (2) Schrieber. merly RG-6073).

Dr. Robert J. Schreiber, Public

Service Research, Inc., 91 Prospect

St., Stamford, Conn. 18. Research on fatal highway, colli- Harvard University: Moseley and

sions-No. AC-49 (formerly RG- Ford. 6084).

Alfred L. Moseley, Department of

Legal Medicine, Medical School,
Harvard University, Boston,

Mass.
19. Epidemilogy of childhood acci- California State Department of Public

dents—NO. AC-2 (formerly RG- Health: (1) Corsa and Manheimer,
6090).

(2) Manheimer and Mellinger.
Dean I. Manheimer, Bureau of Ma-
ternal and Child Health. State
Department of Public Health,
2151 Berkeley Way, Berkeley,

Calif.
20. Skill decrement in continuous Michigan State University: Barch and

driving-No. AC-50 (formerly Forbes. RG-6091),

Dr. Abram M. Barch, Department

of Psychology, Michigan State

University, East Lansing, Mich. 21. Safety devices for automotive ve- University of Minn.: Ryan...

hicles-No. AC-69 (formerly RG- Prof. James J. Ryan, Mechanical
6284).

Engineering Department, Uni-
versity of Minnesota, Minneapolis,

Minn,
22. Driving behavior and traffic acci- University of Michigan: Greenshields..

dents-No. AC-53 (formerly RG- Dr. Bruce D. Greenshields, Depart-
6359).

ment of Civil Engineering, College
of Engineering, the University of

Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich.
23. Effects of acceleration on the human Wayne State Úniversity: Lissner and

skeleton-No. AC-54 formerly Evans. RG-6384).

Prof. Herbert R. Lissner, Engineer

ing Mechanics Department, Col-
lege of Engineering, Wayne State

University, Detroit, Mich.
24. Aviation crash injury research-No. Flight Safety Foundation, Inc.: (1)
AC-3 (formerly RG-6506).

Hasbrook, (2) Kraft and Gregg.
Mr. Merwyn A. Kraft, Flight Safety

Foundation, Inc., 468 Park Ave.

South, New York, N.Y.
26. Role image of the State Police Michigan State University: (1) Preiss,
trooper-No. M-2957.

(2) Howell.
Dr. John Howell, Department of

Sociology and Anthropology,
Michigan State University, East

Lansing, Mich.
26. Impact Attenuation in Protection Snell Memorial Foundation, Inc.:

Against Concussions AC-51 Snively and Chichester. (formerly RG-6094).

Dr. George G. Snively, Snell'Memo

rial Foundation, Inc., 2315)Stock

ton Blvd., Sacramento, Calif. 27. Mass Communication and Group Drivers Safety Service, Inc.: Henderson

Discussion Techniques-No. AC- and Plutchik. 52 (formerly RG-6296).

Dr. Harold L. Henderson, Drivers

Safety Service, Inc., 298 Broad

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way, New York, N.Y.
28. Human Factors in Traffic Accidents Hawaii Department of Health: Spicer.
No. AC-55 (formerly RG-6550).

Dr. Robert A. Spicer, division of
mental health, department of
health, Kinau Hale, Post Office
Box 3378, Honolulu, Hawaii.

1960-62

79, 060

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29. Research in General Aviation | Flight Safety Foundation, Inc.: Kraft.-Safety-No. AC-70

(formerly Mr. Merwyn A. Kraft, Flight RG-6658).

Safety Foundation, Inc., 468 Park

Ave. South, New York, N.Y.
30. Rockland County Child Injury Health Research, Inc.: Schlesinger and

Prevention Project-No. AC-56 Dickson.
(formerly RG-6717).

Dr. Edward R.Schlesinger, division

of special health services, State
department of health, 84 Holland

Ave., Albany, N.Y.
31. Bibliography of highway traffic Michigan State University: Whitelaw...

safety literature-No. AC-77 John L. Whitelaw, The Library,
(formerly RG-6763-A).

Michigan State University, East

Lansing, Mich.
32. Critique of needed research on child New York University: Brody.-

accident prevention-No. AC-71 Dr. Leon Brody, Center for Safety
(formerly RG-6798-A).

Education, New York University,
Washington Square, New York,

N.Y.
33. Transportation human factors: Part University of California, Los Angeles:

I. Physical forces-No. AC-57 Mathewson, Hulbert and Wojcik.
(formerly RG-6819).

Prof. John H. Mathewson, Institute
of Transportation and Traffic
Engineering, School of Engineer-
ing, University of California, 405

Hilgard Ave., Los Angeles, Calif. 34. Relating driver education to acci- Public Service Research, Inc.: Jacobs

dent-avoiding behavior-No. AC- and Barmack.
58 (formerly RG-7025).

Dr. Joseph E. Barmack, Public

Service Research, Inc., 91 Pros

pect St., Stamford, Conn.
35. Effect of enforcement on driving International Association of Chiefs of

behavior,No. AC-59 (formerly Police: (1) Shumate and Crowther;
RG-7044).

(2) Smith.
Mr. R. Dean Smith, field service

division, International Associa-
tion of Chiefs of Police, Inc., 1319

18th St. NW., Washington, D.C. 36. School-Age Accidents and Educa- National Education Association: Aber

tion-No. AC-72 (formerly RG- crombie and Key.
7011).

Mr. S. A. Abercrombie, National

Commission on Safety Education,
National Education Association,
1201 16th St. NW., Washington,

D.C.
37. Development of a Criterion for Columbia University: Shoben.

Driver Behavior-No. AC-18 Dr. Edward J. Shoben, Teachers
(formerly RG-7051).

College, Columbia University, 525

West 120th St., New York, N.Y. 38. Measuring Teacher Effectiveness Columbia University: Malfetti.

in Driver Education-No. AC-62 Dr. James L. Malletti, Teachers
(formerly RG-7365).

College, Columbia University,
525 West 120th St., New York,

N.Y.
39. Automobile Collision Injury Ex- University of California, Los Angeles:

periments: Side impacts-No. Mathewson, Severy, and Siegel.
AC-60 (formerly RG-7050).

Prof. John H. Mathewson, Insti

tute of Transportation and Traffic
Engineering, School of Engineer-
ing, University of California, 405

Hilgard Ave., Los Angeles, Calif. 40. Automobile Accident and Injury University of California, Los Angeles:

Prevention Studies—No. AC-73 Mathewson, Severy, and Siegel.
(formerly RG-7822).

Prof. John H. Mathewson, Insti

tute of Transportation and Traffic
Engineering, School of Engineer-
ing, University of California, 405

Hilgard Ave., Los Angeles, Calif. 41, Group Dynamic Study of Driver George Washington University: Hunt

Attitudes and Driving Behavior- and Schlesinger.
No. AC-64 (formerly RG-7958). Dr. Lawrence E. Schlesinger, De-

partment of Psychology, the
George Washington University,

Washington, D.C.
42. Protective Materials and Athletic University of California, Davis: Ko-

Injury Prevention-No. AC-65 vacic, and Snively.
(formerly RG-8105).

Prof. Charles Ř. Kovacic, Depart

ment of Physical Education,
University of California, Davis,
Calif.

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Project title and grant number

Institution and investigator(s)

Amount

Years of
support

$173, 884

43. Driver decisions in highway acci

dents-No. AC-66 (formerly RG8106).

44. Visual signal conspicuity–No. AC

46 (formerly M-4945-A).

2, 300

20, 297

45. Automotive accident instrumenta

tion study-No. AC-9 (formerly RG-8771).

152,398

46. Enforcement effect on traffic acci

dent generation-No. AC-8 (formerly RG-8742).

174, 970

47. Relationship between vision test

scores and driving record-No. AC-15.

48. Role of the drinking driver in traffic

accidents-No. AC-16.

71, 863

49. Driving behavior as affected by

alcohol-No. AC-20.

78, 598

Institute for Research, Inc.: Stover, 1961-64
Burnett, and Slivinske.
Dr. Robert E. Stover, Human Fac-

tors Section, Institute for Re-
search, Inc., Post Office Box 60,

State College, Pa.
American Institute for Research: York.. 1961

Dr. Cyrus M. York, behavioral

research program, American Insti-
tute for Research, 1808 Adams
Mill Road NW., Washington

D.C.
Laboratory for the Study of Sensory 1962
Systems, Inc.: Baldwin.
Mr. Howard A. Baldwin, Labora-

tory for the Study of Sensory Sys-
tems, Inc., 4242 East Speed way,

Tucson, Ariz.
Indiana University: Shumate and Crow- 1962-63
ther.
Mr. Robert P. Shumate, Depart-

ment of Police Administration,
Indiana University, 618 East 3d

St., Bloomington, Ind.
University of California, Los Angeles: 1962–64
Mathewson and Burg.
Prof. John H. Mathewson, Institute

of Transportation and Traffic En-
gineering, School of Engineering,
University of California, 405 Hil-

gard Ave., Los Angeles, Calif.
Indiana University: Borkenstein.

1962-63
Mr. Robert F. Borkenstein, Depart-

ment of Police Administration,
Indiana University, 618 East 3d

St., Bloomington, Ind.
Indiana University: Forney and Hughes. 1962–64

Dr. Robert B. Forney, Department

of Pharmacology and Toxicology,
School of Medicine, Indiana Uni-
versity, 1100 West Michigan St.,

Indianapolis, Ind.
San Jose State College: McBain..

1962-64
Dr. William N. McBain, Psychol-

ogy Department, San Jose State

College, San Jose, Calif.
Columbia University: Thorndike and 1962-64
Malfetti.
Dr. Robert L. Thorndike, Teachers

College, Columbia University,
525 West 120th St., New York,

N.Y.
Michigan State University: Allen.

1962
Dr. Terrence M. Allen Department

of Psychology, Michigan State

University, East Lansing, Mich.
American Institute for Research: Hahn. 1962-66

Mr. Clifford P. Hahn, human rela

tions research program, American
Institute for Research, 1808 Adams
Mill Road NW., Washington,

D.C.
California State Department of Public 1962-63
Health: Manheimer and Mellinger.
Mr. Dean I. Manheimer, Bureau of

Maternal and Child Health, Divi-
sion of Preventive Medical Serv-
ices, State Department of Public
Health, 2151 Berkeley Way,

Berkeley, Calif.
Indiana University: Shumate..

1962-64
Mr. Robert P. Shumate, Depart-

ment of Police Administration,
Indiana University, 618 East 3d

St., Bloomington, Ind.
State University of Iowa: Knapp and 1962
Berry.
Mr. Lafayette W. Knapp, Jr., Insti-

tute of Agricultural Medicine,
Department of Hygiene and Pre-
ventive Medicine, State Univer-
sity of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa.

50. Susceptibility to monotony as an

accident predictor-No, AC-25.

30, 315

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57. Prediction of highway aecidents, University of Missippi: McGuire.. NO. AC-24.

Dr. Frederick L. McGuire, Division

of Psychology, Department of
Psychiatry, the University of
Mississippi Medical Center, Jack-

son, Miss.
68. Investigation of variability in driv- Ohio State University: Rockwell..

ing performance on the highway- Dr. Thomas H. Rockwell, Depart-
NO. A 0-28.

ment of Industrial Engineering,
the Ohio State University, 156

West 19th Ave., Columbus, Ohio.
59. Effect of glare on simulated night Purdue University: Tiffin..
driving-NO, AC-87.

Dr. Joseph Tiffin, Department of

Psychology, Purdue University,

Lafayette, Ind. 60. Man-machine compatibility in very Ohio State University: Galipault and low altitude flight-No. AC-92. Briggs.

Mr. John B. Galipault, School of

Aviation, the Ohio State Univer-
sity, Ohio State University Air-

port, Box 3022, Columbus, Ohio. 61. Experimental studies of whiplash Tulane University: Wickstrom and injuries-No. AC-00099.

Martinez.
Dr. Jack K. Wickstrom, Depart-

ment of Surgery, School of Medi-
cine, Tulane University, New

Orleans, La.
62. Automotive crash injury research- Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc.:

No. AC-00101 (continuation of Wolf and Campbell.
AC-47).

Mr. Robert A. Wolf, Director, Auto

motive Crash Injury Research,
Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory,
Inc., Post Office Box 235, Buffalo,

N.Y.
63. Study of traffic phenomena through Midwest Research Institute: Levy.---
digital simulation-No. AC-00106. Dr. Sheldon L. Levy, Mathematics

and Physics Division, Midwest
Research Institute, 425 Volker

Dr., Kansas City, Mo.
64. Causes of death in automobile acci- University of Michigan: Huelke and
dents-No. AC-00107.

Gikas.
Dr. Donald F. Huelke, Department

of Anatomy, Medical School, the
University of Michigan, Ann

Arbor, Mich.
65. Investigation of lead intoxication in Washington University: Vietti and
children-No. AC-00108.

Berry.
Dr. Teresa J. Vietti, School of Medi-

cine, Washington University, 500
South Kingshighway, St. Louis,

Mo.
66. Driver tests as a means of accident American Institute for Research: Sli-
reduction-No. AC-00109.

vinske and Anderson.
Dr. Alec J. Slivinske, Los Angeles

Office, American Institute for
Research, 11607 Washington Pl.,
Los Angeles, Calif.

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Mr. ROBERTS. Thank you.

Mr. Cohen. I have just been looking over some of these grants while you were speaking and a number of them are very interesting, and have great possibilities. The list shows that there is promise in this area for solving some of these problems.

Mr. ROBERTS. Again we are very grateful to you, Mr. Secretary, and to Dr. Terry and Dr. Joliet for your appearance here today.

Dr. TERRY. Thank you.
Mr. COHEN. Thank you, Mr. Chairman.

Mr. ROBERTS. Our next witness is Col. John P. Stapp, U.S. Air Force, Deputy Chief Scientist, Aerospace Medical Division, Air Force Systems Command, Brooks Air Force Base, San Antonio, Tex. Colonel, it is a genuine pleasure to welcome you to our hearing.

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