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Aviation Human Factors | July/August 2020

The July/August 2020 issue of FAA Safety Briefing focuses on the importance of human factors in aviation. Feature articles and departments address stress, fatigue, decision making, cognitive bias, and more. We also take a closer look at the humans behind the FAA’s Human Factors team to see how their work is helping improve aviation safety.

The July/August 2020 issue of FAA Safety Briefing focuses on the importance of human factors in aviation. Feature articles and departments address stress, fatigue, decision making, cognitive bias, and more. We also take a closer look at the humans behind the FAA’s Human Factors team to see how their work is helping improve aviation safety.

Feature Articles

Passing the Stress Test: Keep the Dark Side of Stress at Bay Passing the Stress Test: Keep the Dark Side of Stress at Bay
Just a Bit Biased: How to See and Avoid Dangerous Assumptions Just a Bit Biased: How to See and Avoid Dangerous Assumptions
Asleep at the Yoke? Fighting Fatigue in General Aviation Asleep at the Yoke? Fighting Fatigue in General Aviation
The Humans Behind Human Factors: A Look at the People and Resources in the FAA’s Human Factors Team The Humans Behind Human Factors: A Look at the People and Resources in the FAA’s Human Factors Team
Tool Time: Beta-Testing a Maintenance Safety Culture Assessment Toolkit Tool Time: Beta-Testing a Maintenance Safety Culture Assessment Toolkit
>To "B" or Not to "B" ... Why Equipping with ADS-B Makes Sense To "B" or Not to "B" ... Why Equipping with ADS-B Makes Sense

Departments

GA Safety Group        GA Safety Group        GA Safety Group

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