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Consciência situacional, tomada de decisão e modos de controle cognitivo em ambientes complexos

Situation awareness, decision making, and cognitive control in complex environments

Henriqson, Éder; Carim Junior, Guido Cesar; Saurin, Tarcisio Abreu; Amaral, Fernando Gonçalves

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O presente trabalho tem como objetivo analisar a consciência situacional, os processos de tomada de decisão naturalística e os modos de controle cognitivo utilizados por pilotos de aeronaves em um experimento em simulador de voo. Dessa forma, diferentes situações foram propostas durante a simulação objetivando o estudo da consciência situacional e tomada de decisão dos tripulantes. As ações dos participantes foram investigadas e classificadas de acordo com o modelo de controle cognitivo proposto. Os resultados sugerem que os fatores de complexidade contextual afetam a gestão da dificuldade, influenciando a consciência situacional, a tomada de decisão e os modos de controle cognitivo dos pilotos

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Consciência situacional, tomada de decisão, controle cognitivo, método de decisão crítica, simulação de voo.

Abstract

This work aims to analyze situation awareness, natural decision-making processes and cognitive control modes used by airplane pilots in a flight simulator experiment. In this way, different situations during flight simulation were considered in order to study the crew's situation awareness and natural decision-making. The participants' actions were investigated and classified according to the cognitive control model proposed. Results suggest that context complexity factors affect difficulty management, influencing situation awareness, decision-making and pilots' cognitive control modes

Keywords

Situation awareness, decision making, cognitive control, critical decision method, flight simulation.

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