Human Factors and Behavioral Neurobiology
Investigations of aircrew sustained operations (SUSOPS) have been criticized for employing tasks with no apparent external validity. Because measures obtained directly from aviators flying high-performance aircraft are difficult to obtain, a laboratory compromise is needed. High-fidelity flight simulators used for aircrew training offer the most realistic simulation, but their availability is limited. Personal computer-based flight simulators may provide adequate simulation in, the laboratory at a reasonable cost. This report describes a representative research protocol using a commercially available flight simulator during a simulated aircrew SUSOP.
Naval Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory
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Shappell, S. A., & Bartosh, B. J. (1991). Use of a Commercially Available Flight Simulator During Aircrew Performance Testing. , (). Retrieved from https://commons.erau.edu/publication/680