The Psychology of Pilots
Dr. Raymond Hamden, Clinical & Forensic Psychologist
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On a typical commercial flight, pilots are flying an aircraft at hundreds of miles an hour at 30-40 thousand feet above sea levels in a pressurized metal tube, all the while shouldering the responsibility of hundreds of life. How psychologically demanding is a profession like this and what goes into the process of ensuring a pilot is mentally qualified to fly? Forensic and clinical psychologist Dr. Raymond Hamden tells us more.
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