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Human Performance and Limitations - ATPL - Airline Transport Pilot license
Test 10 domande Human Performance and Limitations, tempo libero
1 - Mental schemes correspond to:
Memorised representations of the various procedures and situations which can be reactivated by the pilot at will
Daily planning of probable dangerous situations
Memorised procedures which develop and change rapidly during change-over to a new machine
The memorisation of regulatory procedures associated with a particular situation
2 - Which of the following is not a hazardous attitude?
3 - The "Break Point" is that point after which, if stress continues to rise,
Performance is degraded.
Performance is initially degraded and is then enhanced.
Performance peaks and remains at this level.
Performance is enhanced.
4 - Judgement is based upon:
A decision making process involving physical sensations and their transfer to manually operate the aircraft controls
The development of skills from constant practice of flight manoeuvres
A process involving a pilot's attitude to take and to evaluate risks by assessing the situation and making decisions based upon knowledge, skill and experience
The ability to interpret the flight instruments
5 - Dalton's law explains the occurrence of:
6 - Our body takes its energy from: 1: minerals2: protein3: carbohydrates4: vitamins
7 - Dizziness and tumbling sensations, when making head movements in a tight turn, are symptoms of
8 - The chemical substance responsible for addiction to tobacco is
The combination of nicotine, tar and carbon monoxide
9 - Any prolonged exposure to noise in excess of 90 dB can result in:
Presbycusis (effects of aging)
Conductive hearing loss
A ruptured ear drum
Noise induced hearing loss
10 - The acquisition of skill comprises three stages (Anderson model):
Cognitive, associative and knowledge
Cognitive, associative and autonomous
Automatic, cognitive and knowledge
Associative, autonomous and expert
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