Expert Pilots ' Perceptions of Problem Situations 1

@inproceedings{Fischer2001ExpertP,
  title={Expert Pilots ' Perceptions of Problem Situations 1},
  author={Ute Fischer and Judith Orasanu and Mike Wich},
  year={2001}
}
How do expert pilots interpret flight-related problem situations and what aspects do they find important for making decisions? These questions are not as easy to answer as they at first might appear. Aviation decision situations are often complex and a number of factors may influence decision making. Candidate variables are to name just a few phase of flight, aircraft type, problem type, available time and resources, or risk involved. Orasanu (1994) presents a model of aviation decision making… CONTINUE READING

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