The effects of emotion on pilot decision-making: A neuroergonomic approach to aviation safety

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Causse, Mickael; Dehais, Frédéric; Péran, Patrice; Sabatini, Umberto; Pastor, Josette;

International audience; Emotion or stress can jeopardize decision-making relevance and cognitive functioning. In this paper we examine plan continuation error (PCE), an erroneous behavior defined as a "failure to revise a flight plan despite emerging evidence that sugge... View more
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