Principles and Practice of Aviation Psychology
Stress, Workload, and Fatigue
Human Factors in Certification
Aircrew Training and Assessment
Pamela S. Tsang, Michael A. Vidulich
August 01, 2002
Principles and Practice of Aviation Psychology is an important addition to the literature in aviation psychology. Covering the history of aviation to the actual pilot actions and tasks today, the editors have brought together a wonderful set of contributors who are leaders in this field. The text...
Peter A. Hancock, Paula A. Desmond
November 01, 2000
The purpose of this volume is to seek out, describe, and explain the shared commonalities of stress, fatigue, and workload. To understand and predict human performance response, we have to reach beyond the sterile, information-processing models to incorporate the emotive, affective, or more...
John A. Wise, V. David Hopkin
August 01, 2000
Much has happened to certification and to human factors during the past few years. In this volume, the editors and other specialists discuss the topic of human factors applied to certification. They focus on core topics in the certification process that have emerged in the study of product...
Harold F. O'Neil, Jr., Dee H. Andrews, Harold F. O'Neil
July 01, 2000
Aircrew Training and Assessment is designed for professionals in the aviation psychology, human factors, assessment and evaluation, vocational, technical, educational psychology, and educational technology communities. It explores the state of the art in the training and assessment of aircrews and...
Y. Ian Noy
January 01, 1997
Even to the casual observer of the automotive industry, it is clear that driving in the 21st century will be radically different from driving as we know it today. Significant advances in diverse technologies such as digital maps, communication links, processors, image processing, chipcards, traffic...
Charles E. Billings
October 01, 1996
The advent of very compact, very powerful digital computers has made it possible to automate a great many processes that formerly required large, complex machinery. Digital computers have made possible revolutionary changes in industry, commerce, and transportation. This book, an expansion and...
Raja Parasuraman, Mustapha Mouloua
June 01, 1996
There is perhaps no facet of modern society where the influence of computer automation has not been felt. Flight management systems for pilots, diagnostic and surgical aids for physicians, navigational displays for drivers, and decision-aiding systems for air-traffic controllers, represent only a...