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Source: Mosier, K.L., Skitka, L.J., & Korte, K.J. (1994). Cognitive and Social Psychological Issues in Flight Crew/Automation Interaction. In Proceedings of the 1st Automation Technology and Human Performance Conference, held in Washington, DC, April 7-9, 1994, 191-197. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers.
Source Type:   Incident Study
Synopsis: "This discussion will address some of the communication and leadership or responsibility issues that must be considered in the implementation or automated aids. Additionally, ASRS data will be presented to illustrate some of the conditions under which crews are likely to make errors as a result of over-reliance on automated aids. ... We have conducted an analysis of 166 reports involving automated control systems (e.g., autopilot and FMS) in conjunction with some kind of error. ... Due to the nature of ASRS data, the sample is, of course, neither random nor completely representative of all incidents. ... The sample does, however, establish the existence of a particular kind of incident, and represents the minimum number of these incidents that have occurred. Preliminary results revealed interesting patterns"
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