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Introduction to cognitive processes of expert pilots
Human Performance in Extreme Environments
This report addresses the historical problem that a very high percentage of accidents have been classified as involving "pilot error." Through extensive research since 1977, the Federal Aviation Administration determined that the predominant underlying cause of these types of accidents involved decisional problems or cognitive information processing. To attack these problems, Aeronautical Decision Making (ADM) training materials were developed and tested for ten years. Since the publication ofpmid:12190081 fatcat:tkvix2sthrd5nmf3xp7nwkkbvu