Applied Aviation Psychology
Achievement, Change and Challenge
Edited by Brent J. Hayward and Andrew R. Lowe
Avebury, Ashgate Publishing Company, 1996, [First Edition], [Signed By Authors], lightly illustrated, hardcover, dustjacket, ISBN 0291398405
Very Good Condition, Signed by both authors on front flyleaf, watermark to page edges, dustjacket has some staining, edge wear and shelf wear, some very small tears, otherwise book is fine
'This book is designed to expand the contribution of aviation psychology and human factors to the development of practical solutions to the current and future challenges facing the aviation industry.
It is based upon proceedings of the Third Australian Aviation Psychology Symposium, held at Manly, Sydney, in November 1995. The editors have sought to provide a forward-looking volume in which new strategies for the contribution of psychology and human factors to the safe and effective functioning of aviation organizations and symptoms are proposed, debated and developed.
This book is of special relevance for all concerned with applying aviation psychology to improve aviation safety. The intended readership includes both civil and military aviation management, cabin crew, air traffic controllers and maintenance personnel, safety managers, air safety investigators, civil aviation authority and regulatory personnel, and aviation industry consultants, researchers and academics.'