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  • Author:
    Richard S. Jensen
  • ISBN:
    0291398049
  • ISBN13:
    978-0291398048
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  • Publisher:
    Routledge; 1 edition (August 28, 1995)
  • Pages:
    368 pages
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Dr Richard S Jensen is a well known aviation psychologist and a pilot himself. This book is a real "flight safety treasure chest" for all aviators who take flying seriously.

This is the first comprehensive book on pilot judgment. It provides a clear understanding of pilot judgment emphasizing how it can be applied to improving safety in aviation. The book gives not only a strong emphasis to the application of judgment to aviation but also lays particular stress on the principles needed in how to learn, teach and evaluate judgment.

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Pilot Judgement and Crew Resources Management. Avebury Aviation, England This lapse in judgment caused the death of all but four of the 163 passengers and crew on board. Avebury Aviation, England. Kaye, M. (1994), Communication Management, Prentice Hall, Sydney crew-served airplanes, for a number of reasons. As a direct result of the limitations and imperfections of individual humans, multi-piloted aircraft. This lapse in judgment caused the death of all but four of the 163 passengers and crew on board. This lead to compounding problems, such as missed and erroneous procedures. There were checklist items either omitted or improperly performed, as well as communication breakdowns with air traffic control (Simmon, 1998, p. 1-8). It provides a clear understanding of pilot judgment emphasizing. Books related to Pilot Judgment and Crew Resource Management. The Ultimate Secrets On How To Get Your Pilot's License. By Richard S. Jensen.

CRM combines individual skills and human factors knowledge with effective crew coordination.

Jensen, Richard S. Subjects. Airplanes - Piloting - Human factors. Topics covered include judgment error, judgment models, rational and motivational judgment, crew resource management, stress, fatigue and nutrition, teaching and assesment of pilot judgment, complacency, risk management in aviation, management factors in pilot judgment, special applications such as ballooning and gliding, and finally, the future of aviator judgment.

This is the first comprehensive book on pilot judgment. It provides a clear understanding of pilot judgment emphasizing how it can be applied to improving safety in aviation. The author brings together a rich store of personal flying experiences combined with a strong base of personal academic research to support the concepts presented. The book gives not only a strong emphasis to the application of judgment to aviation but also lays particular stress on the principles needed in how to learn, teach and evaluate judgment. For pilots, the main benefits to be gained from the book will be a foundation of knowledge and teaching to enable them to make better, safer decisions. For flight instructors, it teaches how to teach and evaluate judgment in flight students. In addition to pilots and flight instructors, the readership obviously includes aviation classroom instructors, scientists doing aviation-related research and aviation safety specialists.

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This book is the cornerstone of a good part of the CRM course I teach.
Umsida
Dr Richard S Jensen is a well known aviation psychologist and a pilot himself. He has done numerous researches in connection with human factors concerning flight safety.
This book is a real "flight safety treasure chest" for all aviators who take flying seriously. Flying is inherently risky, but most of the known risks are manageable. Provided you are a disciplined, safety conscious and responsible aviator.
Jensen addressed virtually all issues concerning flight safety and suggested many ways to avoid air incidents, accidents and disasters. He addressed the aeronautical decison making, pilot judgment, and suggested ways to train "judgment" etc.
The Crew Resource Managenent, a synergistic way of fostering better working relatioship in a multi-crew cockpit environment to improve flight safety records in the commercial aviation industry, now a major training program praccised by leading airlines of the world, is thoroughly covered in this book too.
Jensen also addressed the risk management techniques to combat against "hazardous attitudes and thought patterns" within the minds of pilots, making them conscious of such psychological tendencies and suggested "antidotes" to cure such undesirable traits.
Jensen, in my opinion, has succeeded in bringing the message to the flying community that flying can be made very safe, as long as the aviators are willing to take heeds and follow his advice.
This all-encompassing book addressed virtually all espects of safe flying: Judgment, CRM, Stress, Fatigue, Nutrition, Risk Management, and case studies to illustrate all these.
This book should be rated as "must read" for all pilots, whether GA, Airliners, Sailplane pilots or balloonists, even the management pilots of major airlines, they should all read this gem of a book on flight safety..
I suggest each pilot should acquire a copy of this book and use it like your "Aviaion Safety Bible". It will keep you safe and sound and enable you to enjoy your flying career or hobby to the fullest..
Eddie Foo