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Checklist Performance Improvement Using Graphic Feedback in a Cirrus SR20 Presentation
Instructor and data collection station is to the right. The FTD has wrap around visual projection.
The primary flight display (PFD) on the left and the multi-functional display (MFD) showing the digital checklist in the center of the panel.
Illustrates the digital checklist item changes color as the pilot pushes the DONE button to confirm it is completed.
Located in an area adjacent to the Frasca 241-Cirrus SR20 FTD. At this station experimenters can observe and record both sights and sounds occurring on the flight deck. Graphic feedback was also produced at this location.
No animals were harmed during these experiments!
Ron Van Houten, Ph.D. Psychology
Brad Huitema, Ph.D. Psychology
Alan Poling, Ph.D. Psychology
Vladimir Rishukin, Ph.D. Aeronautical Engineering
Alyce Dickinson Ph.D. Psychology
Bryan Hilton, B.S. Aviation Student Graduate, Research Assistant, Psychology Graduate Student
Jared Neterer, B.S. Aviation Student Graduate-Lee Honors College