Assessment of Confidence Impact on Pilot Training Performance

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Pilot Training Next
Pilot Training Next

The main focus of this research is to assess how core confidence relates to pilot task performance and cognitive workload, in a simulator and live flight environment. To understand the role of state-based core confidence in a training effectiveness framework, we associate it with our training effectiveness measures to determine how it changes through the training, how it varies between the simulator and live flight environments, and how its changes affect subsequent performance in both environments.

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