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Cultural variation of perceptions of crew behaviour in multi-pilot aircraft.
Trav Hum. 2001 Sep; 64(3):247-68.TH

Abstract

As the "last line of defence" pilots in commercial aviation often have to counteract effects of unexpected system flaws that could endanger the safety of a given flight. In order to timely detect and mitigate consequences of latent or active failures, effective team behaviour of the crew members is an indispensable condition. While this fact is generally agreed in the aviation community, there seems to be a wide range of concepts how crews should interact most effectively. Within the framework of the European project JARTEL the cultural robustness of evaluations of crew behaviour was examined. 105 instructor pilots from 14 different airlines representing 12 European countries participated in this project. The instructors' evaluations of crew behaviours in eight video scenarios will be compared in relation to cultural differences on Hofstede's dimensions of Power Distance and Individualism.

Authors+Show Affiliations

German Aerospace Centre (DLR), Department of Aviation and Space Psychology, Hamburg, Germany. HJHoermann@compuserve.com

Pub Type(s)

Comparative Study
Journal Article
Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't

Language

eng

PubMed ID

12238513

Citation

Hörmann, H J.. "Cultural Variation of Perceptions of Crew Behaviour in Multi-pilot Aircraft." Le Travail Humain, vol. 64, no. 3, 2001, pp. 247-68.
Hörmann HJ. Cultural variation of perceptions of crew behaviour in multi-pilot aircraft. Trav Hum. 2001;64(3):247-68.
Hörmann, H. J. (2001). Cultural variation of perceptions of crew behaviour in multi-pilot aircraft. Le Travail Humain, 64(3), 247-68.
Hörmann HJ. Cultural Variation of Perceptions of Crew Behaviour in Multi-pilot Aircraft. Trav Hum. 2001;64(3):247-68. PubMed PMID: 12238513.
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