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Used correctly, rules of thumb (sometimes know as “heuristics") can assist significantly in pilot decision making and understanding...
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Startle effect can be defined as an uncontrollable, automatic reflex that is elicited by exposure to a sudden, intense event that violates a pilot’s expectations.
  
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Startle effect can be defined as an uncontrollable, automatic reflex that is elicited by exposure to a sudden, intense event that violates a pilot’s expectations.

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