'In summary, this is a very comprehensive but readable book. As well as being of value to all those interested in aviation, especially those with responsibility for crew-duties and shift patterns, for psychiatrists and psychologists working with aircrew and cabin crew it should be required reading.' ----- Occupational Medicine, Vol 63, No.1, January 2013
About the Author
Professor Robert Bor DPhil CPsychol FBPsS UKCP Reg FRAeS has worked as both a clinical and academic psychologist, and also holds a pilots' licence. He is presently a consultant clinical psychologist at the Royal Free Hospital, London, and Visiting Professor at City University, London, where he teaches on the MSc in Air Transport Management. He provides a specialist consultation service for air crew and their families for several leading international airlines and is also involved in the selection of airline pilots. Professor Todd Hubbard Ed D, Lt. Col. USAF (retired) is an Associate Professor and Principal Investigator for aviation-oriented research projects in educational psychology, cognitive psychology, ergonomics, and sociology at Oklahoma State University, where he holds the Clarence E. Page Endowed Chair. As a military pilot he accrued more than 3300 hours of flight time, had ratings in the KC-135, T-37, T-38, U-2R, and TR-1A aircraft and has logged time in the F-16 and RF-4.