Cognitive Workload and Psychophysiological Parameters During Multitask Activity in Helicopter Pilots

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Gaetan, Sophie; Dousset, Erick; Marqueste, Tanguy; Bringoux, Lionel; Bourdin, Christophe; Vercher, Jean-Louis; Besson, Patricia;
  • Publisher: HAL CCSD
  • Identifiers: doi: 10.3357/AMHP.4228.2015
  • Subject: [SCCO.NEUR]Cognitive science/Neuroscience | [ SDV.BIO ] Life Sciences [q-bio]/Biotechnology | [ SCCO.NEUR ] Cognitive science/Neuroscience | [SDV.BIO]Life Sciences [q-bio]/Biotechnology

International audience; BACKGROUND: Helicopter pilots are involved in a complex multitask activity, implying overuse of cognitive resources, which may result in piloting task impairment or in decision-making failure. Studies usually investigate this phenomenon in well-c... View more
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