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1Author:  Stapp, John P. (John Paul), 1910- .Requires cookie*
 Title:  John P. Stapp papers ead 
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 Abstract:  John Paul Stapp pursued research in aerospace medicine and automotive safety. He is best known for his studies related to crash protection and human tolerance of acceleration/deceleration forces. The Stapp papers include publications, reports, and presentations by Stapp, and records of Stapp's work at Edwards Air Force Base and the Aeromedicine Lab at Holloman Air Force Base. Also included are SAE committee correspondence, reference files, and books. 
 Repository:  Aviation Safety and Security Archives, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University 
 Subjects:  Acceleration (Physiology). | Aeronautics--Safety measures. | Biomechanics. | Crash injuries. | Impact--Physiological effect. | Safety harness (Aeronautics). 
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2Author:  Snyder, Richard G.Requires cookie*
 Title:  Richard G. Snyder papers ead 
 Date(s):  unknown 
 Abstract:  Richard G. Snyder is an internationally known research scientist with expertise in human impact tolerances and trauma mechanisms, biomechanics, forensic anthropology and anthropometry, crash protection, and transportation safety. The Snyder Papers consist of materials created and collected by Snyder in the course of his work as a research scientist over 50 years, including: technical and scientific publications and reports; Snyder's publications and research files; correspondence; reference files; films; and books and other printed materials. 
 Repository:  Aviation Safety and Security Archives, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University 
 Subjects:  Acceleration (Physiology). | Aeronautics--History. | Aeronautics--Safety appliances. | Aeronautics--Safety measures. | Air bag restraint systems. | Aircraft accidents. | Aircraft accidents--Investigation. | Airplanes--Crashworthiness. | Airplanes--Seats. | Automobiles--Safety measures. | Aviation medicine. | Biomechanics. | Crash injuries. | Falls (Accidents). | Impact--Physiological effect. | Railroads--Safety measures. | Safety harness (Aeronautics). 
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