ASCI 634 Aviation/Aerospace Psychology Online Course Syllabus Credit Hours: 3 Delivery Method: Online (Internet/Canvas) Required Course Materials Martinussen, M., & Hunter, D. R. (2010). Aviation psychology and human factors . London, UK: Taylor & Francis. ISBN: 978-1-4398084-3-6 [Electronic resource available through CRCnetBASE, through the Hunt Library databases page.] American Psychological Association. (2010). Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.). Washington, DC: Author. ISBN: 978-1-4338-0561-5 (For further information, see the APA website ). Course Description This is a survey course that covers the primary areas of interest in aviation psychology. Topic areas may include the effects of alcohol on performance, aviation safety and accident investigation, cockpit and air traffic control automation, display and control issues and design, personnel selection, task analysis, workload assessment, training research and development, scale development methodologies, crew resource management, and other areas of current interest. The topic areas change periodically depending on the focus of the current research environment. Prerequisites: MSHF Capstone Option: MSHF 606, MSHF 612, MSHF 618, MHSF 624, RSCH 665, RSCH670/ MSHF thesis Option: MSHF 606, MSHF 612, MSHF 624, RSCH 665, RSCH 670. This syllabus was developed for online learning by Dr. Dennis Vincenzi.