Pseudoscience in Goode (2002)

2013-07-11T23:03:28Z (GMT) by J Perezgonzalez
<p>In 2002, Goode carried out research to assess the potential effect of duty hours (as a proxy for fatigue) on human-factors-related accidents in commercial aviation. Although the study kept relatively well to a quasiscientific approach in its methods, it also made some unwarranted pseudoscientific statements as well as misleading ones. Both are summarized in the next section. (Also avaible on WikiofScience.)</p>



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