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The last 100 years of aviation has seen huge technological advancement in aircraft and systems. However, the human being has not evolved at the same rate - psychologically or physiologically. It is an undeniable fact that human error remains the most significant factor in aircraft accidents. This volume has been structured to not only provide all of the necessary information to pass the JAR-FCL examination but it is also of value to all pilots and especially to those involved with the human factors elements of Crew Resource Management (CRM). Human Performance and Limitations covers a broad range of disciplines: physiology, medicine, psychology, and sociology. This gives you an insight into the performance, limitations, and behavioral characteristics of humans in the aviation environment.