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Recent aircraft accidents have implicated startle ascontributory, or directly causal, in situation outcome. The startle reflex is aubiquitous response to surprising stimuli, which results in aversive movementand attentional orienting. Fear-potentiated startle, where a startling stimulusis...
The Human Factors Analysis and Classification System(HFACS) methodology was applied to accident reports from three Africancountries: Kenya, Nigeria, and South Africa. In all, 55 of 72 finalized reportsfor accidents occurring between 2000 and 2014 were analyzed. In most of theaccidents, one or...
Studies examining aviation accidents have not founddifferences in accident rates by gender, although there may be genderdifferences in the types of accident. One study examined accident rates of maleand female private pilots and found that males were more likely to haveaccidents related to...
In today’s rapidly changing air traffic management(ATM) environment, safety culture and organizational resilience are seen as keyenablers for effective safety management. Under normal conditions a positivesafety culture is known to be reflected in proactive behavior and to serve asindirect...
The effect of mood on performance in everyday situationsis widely studied and the results commonly reveal a mood-congruencerelationship. However, little is known about the effect of mood on performancein nonnormal situations such as those experienced during an unscheduled event.This study...
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