Improving Aviation Performance through Applying Engineering Psychology: Advances in Aviation Psychology, Volume 3
This volume is a collection of expanded papers selected from the 19th International Symposium on Aviation Psychology (ISAP) that was held May 8-11, 2017.
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Aviation is one of the most active and challenging domains for human factors and applied psychology. Since 1981 the biennial International Symposium on Aviation Psychology has convened to present the latest research on human performance problems within aviation systems, provide design solutions that best utilize human capabilities for safe and efficient systems, and bringing together scientists, researcher, and operators to bridge the gap between research and application. This new volume will include the best ideas from the 19th International Symposium held in Dayton, Ohio in 2017. It will also communicate concepts, methodologies, findings, and debates to the aviation community globally.
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Michael A. Vidulich is a research psychologist in the Air Force Research Laboratory, Ohio. His research interests are aviation psychology, mental workload and situation awareness, and adaptive aiding. Pamela S. Tsang is Professor of psychology at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio. Her research interests are aviation psychology, attention and performance, extralaboratory-developed expertise, and cognitive aging. Together they have co-edited Principles and Practice of Aviation Psychology and both previous volumes of Advances in Aviation Psychology.