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Incremental Training Effectiveness of Personal Computers Used for Instrument Training

@inproceedings{Taylor2003IncrementalTE,
  title={Incremental Training Effectiveness of Personal Computers Used for Instrument Training},
  author={Henry L. Taylor and Donald A. Talleur and Tom W. Emanuel and Esa M. Rantanen and Gary L. Bradshaw and Sybil Phillips},
  year={2003}
}
This paper describes how an incremental transfer of training research design was used to measure the effectiveness of a personal computer aviation training device (PCATDP and to determine the point at which additional training in a PCATD was no longer effective. The dependent measures were trials to specific completion standards, time to complete a flight lesson and time to a successful evaluation flight. The paper describes how percent transfer, transfer effectiveness ratios (TER) and… 
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