Date of Award
Thesis - Open Access
Master of Science in Human Factors & Systems
Human Factors and Systems
Steve Half, Ph.D.
Christina Frederick-Recascino, Ph.D.
Gerald Gamache, Ph.D.
An investigation was undertaken to determine the difference in workload between simulated and real flight conditions. The results from the Modified Cooper-Harper and NASA-TLX did not show significance, however, the theoretical implications from the NASA-TLX subscales were of interest. As this is the first study comparing these two environments utilizing subjective workload measures, more research needs to take place in order to provide reliable and valid findings.
Scholarly Commons Citation
Denning, Todd V., "An Experimental Investigation of the Differences in Subjective Pilot Workload across Simulated and Real Flight Conditions" (2003). Master's Theses - Daytona Beach. 42.