MOTIVATIONAL ENGINEERING FOR PILOT TRAINING.
Final rept. May 68-Aug 69.
CASE WESTERN RESERVE UNIV CLEVELAND OHIO
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The study was an investigation of student pilot motivation for, and attitudes toward, the Air Training Commands undergraduate pilot training UPT program. The motivation-hygiene approach was used to systematically identify the motivational factors operating in the UPT program. This approach has been used extensively in industry and with success in a non-training military situation. The purposes of the study were to employ motivation-hygiene theory and critical incident interview methodology for investigation of motivation in a military training situation, specifically, undergraduate pilot training and to compare the findings from the undergraduate pilot trainee sample with another Air Force sample and samples from industrial organizations. Author
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