53 Behavioral Sciences
Includes psychological factors; individual and group behavior; crew training and evaluation; and psychiatric research.
Behavioral Sciences – Sciences such as psychology, sociology, or anthropology that deal with human action and aim to establish generalizations concerning man's behavior in society.
Exhaustive Interest : Behavior and psychological effects of aerospace environments on humans, alone or in groups; and the mental adaptation to flight in the Earth's atmosphere or in space.
Selective Interest : Mental and emotional effects of small group behavior, isolation, confinement, and the like as they might affect aerospace flight adaptation of man.
Negative Interest : Clinical psychology and psychiatry that would have little or no application to aerospace activities.
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