Crew Resource Management Training Effectiveness: A Meta-Analysis and Some Critical Needs
Abbreviated Journal Title
Int. J. Aviat. Psychol.
EFFECT SIZE; COCKPIT; PERFORMANCE; EMERGENCY; ATTITUDES; AVIATION; DESIGN; Psychology, Applied
Empirical studies of crew resource management (CRM) training effectiveness were subjected to meta-analysis. Sixteen CRM evaluation studies were found to fulfill the a priori criteria for inclusion in the meta-analysis. The metrics of CRM training effectiveness analyzed were reactions, attitudes, knowledge, and behaviors. CRM-trained participants responded positively to CRM (a mean of 4 on a 5point Likert scale). The training had large effects on the participants' attitudes and behaviors and a medium effect on their knowledge. The findings from the meta-analysis are encouraging for the effectiveness of CRM training. However, there is a need for researchers and reviewers to be more rigorous about the data included in research reporting CRM evaluation to allow effect sizes to be calculated.
International Journal of Aviation Psychology
"Crew Resource Management Training Effectiveness: A Meta-Analysis and Some Critical Needs" (2008). Faculty Bibliography 2000s. 781.