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Austrian Aviation Psychology Association

The Austrian Aviation Psychology Association (AAPA) is a non-profit
organization founded in 2004 to promote and foster (continuing) education
and training in the area of aviation psychology and human factors. The
aim of the AAPA is the support of academic and scientific qualification of
students and psychologists.

The AAPA,  in cooperation with the University of Graz,  provides a range
of  educational events  (e.g. workshops, seminars, summer schools)  for
students and professionals.  The AAPA conducts supplementary  tasks
such as information and documentation, interaction and cooperation with
international partners,  and the support of  scientific activities in the area
of aviation psychology.

» Membership Application Form (PDF, 24 kB)
» Association Statutes (PDF, 39 kB, in German only)


 
Office
Austrian Aviation Psychology Association
(Verein zur Förderung der Österreichischen Luftfahrtpsychologie)
Rettenbacherstrasse 11
8044 Graz, Austria
Chair
Univ.-Prof. Dr. K. Wolfgang Kallus
Department of Psychology
University of Graz
Universitätsplatz 2 / III
8010 Graz, Austria

Phone: +43 316 380 5129
Fax:     +43 316 380 9807
Email:   wolfgang.kallus@uni-graz.at

Last update: MHE/15APR2012

  What is Aviation Psychology?

Aviation Psychology is concerned with behavior, action, cognitive and emotional processes of humans in the environment of complex systems in aviation and space, including cross-cultural, inter- and intraindividual differences.

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