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Psychomoter Test에 依한 操縱適性檢査에 關한 硏究 (第一報)

Three Psychomotor Tests in the Selection of ROKAF Flying Personnel

항공의학 1960년 8권 1호 p.33 ~ 38
오원철,
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오원철 (  ) - 공군 항공의학연구소

Abstract


Aptitude for flying is an abstract term which does not lend itself to exact analysis. However, this fact will not prevent us from trying develop examination methods which will measure what appears to be the most elemental capacities involved in it. It is generally recognized and accepted that the degree of success attained by flying personnel is dependent upon the aptitude.
Some help in the selection of flying personnel may be expected from the psychomotor tests. As we know, the use of psychomotor tests was emphasized by the early studies of pilot selection.
Three psychomotor tests were given before ROK AF Flying Cadets (N=229) began flying training : (1) Two-Hand Coordination Test, (2) Appraisal Disposal Conclusion Test, (3) Hand-Foot Harmony Active Test. And all records were kept until the students were either eliminated or graduated from the training course.
The main results obtained from these tests and other considerations are as follows :
1. In general, these three tests showed moderate reliability.
2. Tests (1) and (2) provided, in general, an efficient means of differentiating success and failure.
3. Scores below 180 (sec) for the test (1) and 60 (error) for the test (2) are considered to be poor, according to the cumulative percentage distributions of scores for both successes and failures.
4. In order to increase the predictive power of these tests and find out the validity of the test (3), the follow-up study on the basis of larger data should be done.
5. The present study is not intended to do away with any part of some examinations now being used in selecting flying personnel, but rather to supplement them by reducing, if possible, the percentage of failures now occurring under the present system of selection.

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