METHODOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS IN THE DESIGN AND CONDUCT OF IN-FLIGHT EVALUATIONS.
HUMAN SCIENCES RESEARCH INC MCLEAN VA
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The report is intended as a general methodological guide to the conduct of in-flight evaluations. Major methodological and procedural requirements of the five phases of a flight evaluation program are presented. These phases include planning phase, preparation phase, training phase, pretest phase, final test phase. Special emphasis is given to considerations in the selection and development of criterion measures. Author
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