Facilitation techniques as predictors of crew participation in LOFT debriefings
- McDonnell, L. K.
- Jun. 1996.
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- 1 electronic document
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- Based on theories of adult learning and airline industry guidelines for Crew Resource Management (CRM), the stated objective during Line Oriented Flight Training (LOFT) debriefings is for instructor pilots (IP's) to facilitate crew self-analysis of performance. This study reviews 19 LOFT debriefings from two major U.S. airlines to examine the relationship between IP efforts at facilitation and associated characteristics of crew participation. A subjective rating scale called the Debriefing Assessment Battery was developed and utilized to evaluate the effectiveness of IP facilitation and the quality of crew participation. The results indicate that IP content, encouragement, and questioning techniques are highly and significantly correlated with, and can therefore predict, the degree and depth of crew participation.
- NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Collection.
- Document ID: 19960042887., Accession ID: 96N31788., NAS 1.26:196701., A-961979., and NASA-CR-196701.
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