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Two pilots may be safer than one: The effect of group discussion on perceived invulnerability
Although most general aviation (GA) pilots have received training in aviation decision making, one of the most common causes of GA accidents remains a pilot’s decision to press-on with a flight, when the safe decision ...
Increased risk of multi-crew operations: examining the effect of group polarisation on perceived invulnerability in general aviation pilots
According to the theory of group polarisation, perceived invulnerability could be greater in multi-crew operations than for single pilots. The purpose of this study was to measure the level of perceived invulnerability ...