Measuring pilot workload in a motion base trainer. A comparison of four techniques.

@article{Bortolussi1986MeasuringPW,
  title={Measuring pilot workload in a motion base trainer. A comparison of four techniques.},
  author={M R Bortolussi and B H Kantowitz and S. G. Hart},
  journal={Applied ergonomics},
  year={1986},
  volume={17 4},
  pages={278-83}
}
Various techniques have been developed to predict and measure pilot workload. This simulation was conducted in order to compare four widely used methods: a visual two-and four-choice reaction time task, time production, retrospective multi-dimensional subjective ratings and in-flight verbal workload estimates. Two scenarios with different levels of difficulty determined by preliminary research were designed to test these techniques. The insertion of the secondary tasks did not significantly… CONTINUE READING

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