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Articles, papers, research reports, manuals, texts, and books 

Aviation Occurrence Categories, Definitions, and Usage Notes. (2011) ICAO CAST Document.


Fundamental Human Factors Concepts. (2002) UK CAA.


Crew Resource Management. Flight Safety Foundation ALAR Briefing Note 2.2.


Cushing, Steven. (1994) Fatal Words: Communication Clashes and Aircraft Crashes. The University of Chicago Press.


Dahlström, N., Laursen, J. & Bergström, J. (2008) Crew resource management, threat and

error management, and assessment of CRM skills: Current situation and development of knowledge, methods and practices. Lund University School of Aviation. Report for the Swedish Civil Aviation Authority.


Dismukes, R. Key. (2009) Human Error in Aviation. Ashgate Publishing.

Goguen, Joseph, Charlotte Linde, and Miles Murhphy. (1986) Crew Communications as a Factor in Aviation Accidents.


Foushee, H. C.; and Manos, K. L.: Information Transfer within the Cockpit: Problems in Intracockpit Communications. NASA Technical Paper 1875, Information Transfer Problems in the Aviation System, C. E. Billings and E. S. Cheaney, eds., 1981, pp. 63-71.


Goguen, J., and Linde, C.: Linguistic Methodology for the Analysis of Aviation

Accidents. Technical Report, Structural Semantics, 1983, and NASA CR-3741, 1983.


Goguen, J., C. Linde, and M. Murhphy. (1986) Crew Communication as a Factor in Aviation Accidents. Nasa Technical Report 88254. NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, CA.


Harris, Don, and Helen C. Muir, eds. (2005) Contemporary Issues in Human Factors and Aviation Safety. Ashgate Publishing.


Hawkins, Frank H. Human Factors in Flight, ed. 2. (1997) Ashgate Publishing.


Helmreich, R.L (1994) Anatomy of a system accident: The crash of Avianca flight 052.

International Journal of Aviation Psychology, 4, (pp. 265 – 284).


Helmreich R.L., Wilhelm J.A., Klinect J.R. & Merritt A.C. (2001) Culture, error, and crew resource management. In: Salas E, Bowers CA, Edens E (Eds). Improving Teamwork in Organizations.


Applications of Resource Management Training. Mahwah, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Inc.


Hofstedte, G. (1980) Culture’s consequences. International differences in work-

related values. Retrieved on October 26, 2012, from the website


Human Factors for Aviation: Advanced Handbook. Air Canada Human Factors Project Team. Transport Canada.



Human Factors Training Manual. (2008) ICAO Document 9683.


Hunt, Graham J.F. (1997) Designing Instruction for Human Factors Training in Aviation. Avebury Aviation, Ashgate Publishing. 


Hutchins, E. R. & Perez, A. (2002). Culture and flight deck operations, University of California San Diego, Sponsored Boeing Research Agreement 22-5005.


Kanki, G., O. Veronika Prinzo. (1996) Methods and Metrics of Voice Communications. Final Report: Proceedings of FAA Workshop., San Antonio, Texas, May 1995. DOT/FAA/AM-96/10. Office of Aviation Medicine, Washington, D.C., 20591


Krause, Shari Stamford, Ph.D. (2003) Aircraft Safety: Accident Investigations, Analyses & Applications, ed. 2. McGraw-Hill.


Merrit, A.C. (2000). Culture in the cockpit: Do Hofstede’s dimensions replicate? Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 31, (pp. 283 – 301).


Neville, Maurice. (Talk in Action


Orlady, W. Harry. And Linda M. Orlady. (1999) Human Factors in Multi-Crew Flight Operations. Ashgate Publishing.


Prinzo, O.V. (2008). Pilot English language proficiency and the prevalence of communication problems at five U.S. air route traffic control centers. DOT/FAA/AM-08/21. Retrieved November 29, 2012, from the website


Salas, Eduardo, and Dan Maurino. (2010) Human Factors in Aviation. Academic Press; Elvesier.


Sexton, J.B., & R.L. Helmreich. (2000) “Analyzing Cockpit Communication: The Links Between Language, Performance, Error, and workload.” The Journal for the Society for Human Performance in Extreme Environments. 11/2000; 5(1); 63-8.


Sexton, J.B., & Helmreich, R.L. (2003). Using language in the cockpit: Relationships with workload and performance. In R. Dietrich (Ed.), Communication in High Risk Environments (pp. 57-73). Hamburg: Helmut Buske Verlag GmbH.


Wiener, Earl L., and David G. Nagel. (1989) Human Factors in Aviation. Academic Press; Gulf Professional Publishing.


Wise, John A., David V. Hopkin, and Daniel J. Garland, editors. (2010) Handbook of Aviation Human Factors., ed. 2. CRC Press. Taylor and Francis Group. Boca Raton, USA.


Wood, Richard H., Sweginnis, Robert W. (2006) Aircraft Accident Investigation, ed. 2. Endeavor Books. 

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