Aircrews and Automation Bias: The Advantages of Teamwork?

@article{Mosier2001AircrewsAA,
  title={Aircrews and Automation Bias: The Advantages of Teamwork?},
  author={K. Mosier and L. Skitka and M. Dunbar and L. McDonnell},
  journal={The International Journal of Aviation Psychology},
  year={2001},
  volume={11},
  pages={1 - 14}
}
A series of recent studies on automation bias, the use of automation as a heuristic replacement for vigilant information seeking and processing, has investigated omission and commission errors in highly automated decision environments. Most of the research on this phenomenon has been conducted in a single-person performance configuration. This study was designed to follow up on that research to investigate whether the error rates found with single pilots and with teams of students would hold in… Expand
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