A Cognitive Model of What Is Learned during Flying Training
AIR FORCE HUMAN RESOURCES LAB BROOKS AFB TX
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The cognitive model of what is learned during flying training presents an alternative to the familiar concept of flying skill as hand-eye coordination. The model relates the growth of pilot ability to the students increasingly refined cognitive discriminations about his flying performances made possible by his improved familiarity with the phenomena of flight gained practicing aircraft control tasks.