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Recovery Training in Simulator Improves Performance and Psychophysiological State of Pilots During Simulated and Real Visual Flight Rules Flight



Recovery Training in Simulator Improves Performance and Psychophysiological State of Pilots During Simulated and Real Visual Flight Rules Flight



International Journal of Aviation Psychology 21(4): 307-324




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DOI: 10.1080/10508414.2011.606741


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