Aerospace clinical psychology

Raymond E. King

Flight training and flying are hazardous activities that demand the most of human operators, whether they be pilots or other actors involved in the complex aviation system. This book aims to serve as a handbook for dealing with aviators and other operators, those seen as patients as well as those functioning normally, who nonetheless wish to improve their performance. The text intersects the human factors and clinical areas of aviation and operators in extreme environments. The book defines specific touchstone areas such as selection, training, accident investigation, measurement and testing and practical interventions. The "little-margin-for-error" realm of aviation exposes operators to stress and risk on a daily basis, and the book offers a blueprint for combining the talents of clinical psychologists with flight surgeons and human factors practitioners to enhance safety and efficiency.

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[目次]

  • Why is this book necessary?
  • selection - what can a clinically trained psychologist contribute?
  • the "myth" of pilot personality
  • getting information - psychological testing, interviewing, other data gathering
  • providing feedback - providing information to pilots and referral sources (often flight surgeons or commanders)
  • providing support - critical incident stress debriefing
  • teaching
  • additional assessment tips
  • interventions
  • motivation and fear
  • airsickness - prevention and management
  • consulting to an aircraft mishap/accident board.

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書名 Aerospace clinical psychology
著作者等 King Raymond E.
シリーズ名 Studies in aviation psychology and human factors
出版元 Ashgate
刊行年月 c1999
ページ数 xi, 120 p.
大きさ 24 cm
ISBN 0754611051
NCID BA50522136
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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