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Entry-level jet single-pilot human-in-the-loop simulation research: Study scripts and radio background chatter dialogue  (2013)
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It can be very challenging to make sure that there is consistency in the way in which flight scenarios are presented to participants during human-in-the-loop simulation studies. This report describes the design process of detailed scripts developed to guide the data collection process during a simulation study examining single-pilot workload management and automation use when flying an entry-level jet (Burian, et al., under review). It also includes a description of the process by which background chatter dialogue between 'other pilots' and air traffic controllers (to be heard on the radio during the flights) was developed. The detailed study scripts and the background dialogue described are both included in this report.
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background, chatter, dialogue, Entry-level, human-in-the-loop, jet, radio, research, scripts, simulation, single-pilot, Study
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NASA Technical Memorandum, NASA/TM-2013-216575
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