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Stress

  • Hans-Joachim Ebermann
  • Gerhard Fahnenbruck
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Abstract

It is virtually a natural part of the airline pilot’s self-image to be able to adequately handle stress. His work conditions and tasks exhibit the classic attributes of extreme stress. A high degree of responsibility, multiple burdens, time constraints, a continuously and intensively changing environment are intimately tied to this profession, just to name a few.

Keywords

Chronic Stress Acute Stress Crew Member Landing Gear Endurance Sport 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Main Airport CenterVereinigung Cockpit e. VFrankfurtDeutschland

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