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    Author(s)Michael A. Vidulich, Pamela S. Tsang, John Flach
    PublisherTaylor & Francis
    Publish YearDecember 2014


    Taylor & Francis Advances in Aviation Psychology Volume 1 2014 Edition by Michael A. Vidulich, Pamela S. Tsang, John Flach

    Aviation remains one of the most active and challenging domains for human factors and applied psychology. Since 1981, the biennial International Symposium on Aviation Psychology (ISAP) has been convened for the purposes of (a) presenting the latest research on human performance problems and opportunities within aviation systems, (b) envisioning design solutions that best utilize human capabilities for creating safe and efficient aviation systems, and (c) bringing together scientists, research sponsors, and operators in an effort to bridge the gap between research and application. Though rooted in the presentations of the 17th ISAP, held in 2013 in Dayton, Ohio, Advances in Aviation Psychology is not simply a collection of selected proceeding papers. Based upon the potential impact on emerging trends, current debates or enduring issues present in their work, select authors were invited to expand on their work following the benefit of interactions at the symposium. The invited authors include the featured keynote and plenary speakers who are all leading scientists and prominent researchers that were selected to participate at the symposium. These contributions are supplemented by additional contributors whose work best reflects significant developments in aviation psychology. Consequently the volume includes visions for the next generation of air management and air traffic control, the integration of unmanned (i.e. remotely piloted vehicles) into operational air spaces, and the use of advanced information technologies (e.g. synthetic task environments) for research and training. This book is the first in a series of volumes to be published in conjunction with each subsequent ISAP. The aim of each volume is not only to report the latest findings in aviation psychology but also to suggest new directions for advancing the field. Table of contents :- Contents: Preface. Part I Aviation Psychology: Aviation psychology: optimizing human and system performance, Michael A.Vidulich, Pamela S. Tsang and John M. Flach; Applying systems thinking to aviation psychology, Nancy G. Leveson; An earthbound perspective on orientation illusions experienced in aerospace flight, James R. Lackner. Part II Next Generation Air Space and Air Traffic Control: NASA NextGen flight deck research: a database of research areas and results, Kathleen L. Mosier and Alec Munc; Flight deck models of workload and multitasking: an overview of validation, Christopher D. Wickens and Angelia Sebok; Clarifying cognitive complexity and controller strategies in disturbed inbound peak air traffic control operations, Marian J. Schuver-van Blanken; Ecological flight deck design-the world behind the glass, Max Mulder; Risk perception in ecological information systems, Jan Comans, Clark Borst, M.M. van Paassen and Max Mulder. Part III Pilot Factors for Air and Ground-Based Operations: Implications of text chat for air crew communication and coordination, Nancy J. Cooke, Christopher W. Myers and Prashanth Rajivan; Human-centered automation as effective work design, Amy R. Pritchett and Karen M. Feigh; Enhancing military helicopter pilot assistant systems through resource adaptive dialogue management, Felix Maiwald and Axel Schulte; Individual pilot factors predict runway incursion outcomes, Kathleen Van Benthem and Chris M. Herdman. Part IV Training and Selection: Synthetic task environments and the three-body problem, John M. Flach, Winston Bennett, Jr. and Scott M. Galster; Enhancing management of complex and unforeseen situations among pilots: new trends in cognitive-adaptation training, Marie-Pierre Fornette, Marthe Bourgy, Jean-Yves Jollans, Corinne Roumes and Francoise Darses; Distribution of attention as a function of time: a different approach to measure a specific aspect of situation awareness, Katrin Meierfrankenfeld, Werner Gress and Bettina Vorbach. Index.