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The Effect of Applying Stress Cognitive Alteration Technique to Air Force Pilot

스트레스 인식변화기법의 공군 조종사 적용 효과

  • Received : 2018.06.22
  • Accepted : 2018.09.25
  • Published : 2018.09.30

Abstract

Stress is the main source of a human error or can potentially contribute to it. Recently, the rate of accidents which is associated with human factors among the total aircraft accidents is showing a tendency of gradual increase. In order to prevent the accidents related to human factors, stress mitigation of the mission personnel is highly required. In this study, a 'stress cognitive alteration' technique, which is one of the stress relief methods, is applied to the Air Force pilots to verify if the technique is effective in reducing stress. The 'stress cognitive alteration' technique is comprised of two parts: a positive function of stress and a process to positively alter the physical, psychological response to stress. As a result of the application, it is found that this technique has an effect of reducing stress of the pilots under a relatively high level of stress.

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