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Aviat Space Environ Med. 1986 Dec;57(12 Pt 1):1198-200.

Cockpit resource management: exploring the attitude-performance linkage.


Measured attitudes regarding cockpit management were contrasted for pilots whose line flying performance was independently evaluated by Check Airmen as above or below average. A highly significant discriminant function was obtained indicating that these attitudes are significant predictors of behavior. The performance of 95.7% of the pilots was correctly classified by the analysis. Implications of the results for cockpit resource management training and pilot selection are discussed.

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