Since the very earliest years of aviation, it was clear that human factors were critical to the success and safety of the system. As aviation has matured, the system has become extremely complex. Bringing together the most recent human factors work in the aviation domain, Advances in Human Aspects of Aviation covers the design of aircrafts for the

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Section I: Flight Deck Interfaces

chapter 4|10 pages

Enhanced audio for NextGen flight decks

ByR. Koteskey, S.-C. Wu, V. Battiste, E. Wenzel, J. Lachter, D. Begault, J. Nguyen, M. Politowicz and W. Johnson, USA

part |2 pages

Section II: Air Traffic Control Interfaces and Operations

chapter 12|11 pages

Initial evaluation of a conflict detection tool in the terminal area

ByS. Verma, H. Tang, T. Kozon, D. Ballinger, A. Farrahi, USA

part |2 pages

Section III: Human Performance in Aviation

chapter 18|10 pages

Dimensionality effects on weather avoidance

chapter 21|10 pages

Examining pilot compliance to collision avoidance advisories

ByA. Pritchett, E. Fleming, J. Zoetrum, W. Cleveland, V. Popescu, D. Thakkar, USA

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Section IV: Automation and Function Allocation

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Section V: The Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen)

part |2 pages

Section VII: Safety and Ethics

chapter 43|12 pages

Evaluating professional aircrew safety related behaviour in-flight

ByS. Burdekin, Australia

chapter 45|9 pages

The safety and ethics of crew meals

ByI. Barshi, J. Feldman, USA

chapter 48|10 pages

Action research and change management system in aviation

ByM. Leva and N. McDonald, Ireland, P. Ulfvengren, Sweden, and S. Corrigan, Ireland

part |2 pages

Section IX: Experiments and Evaluation