Handbook of Aviation Human Factors

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Subject Index
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Absolute judgment, 110-111, 120
Acceleration, 316-317
Accident/incident analyses, 643-668
Accident investigation, 631-641, 643-668
data collection, 634
what data are collected?, 635
who collects the data?, 6,34-635
data quality, 634
feedback, 638-639
incidents vs. accidents, 633
investigation framework, 638
methods of data collection, 635-638
checklists, 636
confidential reporting schemes, 637
international aspects, 637-638
self-reporting schemes, 636-637
system development and evaluation, 639-640
Action execution, 127-130
Aeronautical navigation aids, 435
Aging, 238, 318-320
age 60 rule, 318-320
performance impairment, 238
tolerance to shift work, 243
Air Force Basic Abilities Test, 288
Air traffic control, 9, 117, 132, 138, 140-142, 156, 431-454, 497-517
automation in, 444, 497-517
memory, air traffic controller, 455-496
multiple objectives, 510
participation, 431
personnel, 512
providers, 432
radar beacon system, 444
radar systems, 439
selection of controllers, 512-513
separation procedures, 438
separation, radar, 441
services, 434
training of controllers, 513-514
Aircraft cabin design, 389-403
aircraft cabin design today, 391-402
analyzing the design, 401-402
configuration, 391
cross-section development, 391-392
design development, 400-401
detail design, 395-396
floor plan, 392-395
human factors specialist's role, 397-398
integrated product team, 396-397
product definition, 399-400
users, 398-399
evolution of aircraft cabin human factors, 389-391
future of, 402-403
Aircraft communications addressing and reporting system, 450
Aircraft maintenance technicians, 281-283
FAA certification, 282, 304
work requirements, 281
Airspace classifications, 434
Airspace,
classes, 432
controlled, 432
positive controlled, 432
uncontrolled, 432
Alcohol, effects of, 320-321
Alerting, 501

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