This book systematically covers the most salient features of four major disciplines contributing to the field of aviation psychology; engineering, psychology, education and physiology. Attention has been given to both in-flight and air traffic control iss
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Academy accident activities Aerospace Air Force air traffic control aircraft aircrew airline analysis application approach assessment ATCS attitude automation Aviation Psychology behavior capabilities cognitive complex correlations crew CRM training decision display effects environment error evaluation fatigue Federal Aviation Administration Figure flight simulator flight training flying functions head-up display heart rate helicopter helicopter pilots Human Factors Human Factors Society human performance identified increased individual information processing input instructor instrument investigation Laboratory learning maneuvers manual MCAT military mishap mission MMPI monitoring motion NASA NTSB operational percent performance measures personality pilot judgment prediction problems procedures Proceedings reported response RMSE Roscoe safety scale scores screening secondary task selection sensor fusion sensors significant simulator sickness skills speech synthesis stress student super cockpit SWAT techniques validity visual Wickens workload measures