In order to understand our own error patterns, we have to acknowledge our tendencies, and that is the first step to develop safer attitudes and behaviors.
A big part of safe flying and decision making is understanding the difference between our decisions, based on knowledge stored during ground school and flight training, and the judgment and wisdom to make the right choice from those knowledge options.
We welcome back Dr. Ken Stahl to continue our discussion on how understanding our brains in and out of the cockpit can help each of us become better pilots.
Fingerprints – Part One: https://pilot-protection-services.aopa.org/news/2019/november/01/fingerprints---part-one
Fingerprints – Part Two: https://pilot-protection-services.aopa.org/news/2019/december/01/fingerprints-part-2
Read Ken Stahl’s article contributions to Pilot Protection Services here: https://www.aopa.org/news-and-media/articles-by-author/kenneth-stahl
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