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The Pilot Trainee: Several Aspects of Role analysis / פרח הטיס: כמה אספקטים של ניתוח תפקיד
מ' ליסק, א' יוכטמן, M. Lissak and E. Yuchtman
Megamot / מגמות
Vol. י"ג, No. 2 (אלול תשכ"ד / אוגוסט 1964), pp. 159-166
Published by: Henrietta Szold Institute / מכון הנרייטה סאלד
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23643853
Page Count: 8
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The paper deals with several aspects of the selection of pilot trainees, and with the prediction of success in completing the flying course. The main variables of the study were: a) Interpersonal relationship — the most important being trainee—flying instructor and trainee—peer group relationship. b) The approval granted by the group to the trainee. c) Motivation for flying. A method is described which may fill a gap in current procedures of trainee selection. This method includes the use of personality, intelligence and aptitude tests. The findings indicate the importance of the interplay of (a) personality variables, and (b) institutional framework within which the individual acts, for the selection of pilot trainees.
Megamot / מגמות © 1964 Henrietta Szold Institute / מכון הנרייטה סאלד