Applied Aviation Psychology: Proceedings of Australian Aviation Psychology Symposium November 1995

Applied Aviation Psychology: Proceedings of Australian Aviation Psychology Symposium November 1995

by Andrew R. Low, Brent J. Hayward

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Ashgate Publishing, Limited
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6.38(w) x 9.49(h) x 1.85(d)

Table of Contents

List of figures
List of tables
List of invited contributors
List of abbreviations
1Managing risk in flight operations1
2Creating and sustaining a safety culture: Some practical strategies20
3Integrating human factors and safety into airplane design and operations27
4Evolution of the aviation safety paradigm: Towards systemic causality and proactive actions39
5Aviation psychology and safety - Implementing solutions50
6Human factors aspects of the Mont Sainte-Odile accident67
7New developments in the British Airways confidential human factors reporting program75
8Flight attendant behaviour in emergency evacuations81
9CFIT: How do we terrain-proof our pilots?89
10Eighteen years of the CRM wars: A report from headquarters99
11CRM in 1995: Where to from here?111
12Unveiling flight management attitudes: Exploring the link with colonial and organisational cultures127
13Facing the issue: Indirect communication in aviation135
14Evaluating Crew Resource Management in ab initio pilot training: The first seventy hours143
15Differences in CRM evaluation between LOFT facilitators and line check captains148
16A decade of change: Flying training in Cathay Pacific Airways159
17Manned simulation as a research tool: Challenges and issues168
18GPS: Developing a human factors training course for pilots177
19Human factors attitudes185
20Weather-related decision making and self-perception amongst pilots193
21A computer-based approach to human factors education201
22Expert versus novice flight instruction209
23Pilot learning and conversion training217
24Improving training manuals: Some practical pointers227
25Human factors aspects in CNS/ATM systems237
26CRM in ATC: Is it feasible?247
27Creating spaces for learning in air traffic control: Back to the future?257
28The Future Air Navigation System and CRM267
29Technology and the air traffic controller: Performance panacea or human hindrance?273
30Selecting air traffic controllers: Airservices Australia's ATC conversion course selection program281
31Job adjustment and retention amongst RAAF air traffic controllers289
32The nature and treatment of posttrauma reactions299
33An overview of the ALPA and Delta critical incident response programs - Thoughts after an accident308
34Critical incident stress in the training curriculum for airline crew members316
35Current issues in the European Association for Aviation Psychology328
36Attitudes reflective of gender-based issues in the aviation and transportation workplace332
37The influence of sex, attractiveness and qualifications on hiring practices in aviation343
38Communication and interaction between flight attendants and passengers351
39Human resource management: An interpersonal skills approach361
40Team timing in aviation maintenance settings: A systematic evaluation373
41Human factors in airline maintenance384
42Why adopt a human factors program in engineering?394
43Situation awareness in aircraft403
44Cognitive requirements in aircrew systems design418
45Applied human factors training workshop report435
46Situational awareness workshop report447
47Cabin safety management workshop report455
48Air traffic control workshop report462
49Human factors in aircraft maintenance workshop report468
50Aviation safety: Implementing solutions workshop report475

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