PRC102: The Mind-Body Link: Physiology and Psychology of Human Error
Brief Synopsis: This course provides vital background information on physiological and psychological readiness that underpins peak mental function in tightly coupled, error intolerant environments.
Course Topics: Physiological basics of mental functions; impacts and countermeasures of fatigue, hydration, nutrition, stress and multitasking on decision making.
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Course Benefits: Professionals who complete this course will be better prepared to apply the following knowledge and skill sets for greater mission accomplishment. Comprehend how “things of the body impact things of the mind.” Develop a personal readiness routine to maximize physical and cognitive performance. Manage chronic and daily fatigue levels for peak performance. Recognize and respond appropriately to physiological red flags Limit multi-tasking to appropriate levels and flight regimes. Apply effective time management & decision scheduling in time constrained environments. Assessment: End of course on line examination. Minimum passing score is 80%.
To enroll in this course you must have completed at least one of the following courses: