Quiz: Human Factors 1


Human Factors 1

PA.I.H.K1 The symptoms (as applicable), recognition, causes, effects, and corrective actions associated with aeromedical and physiological issues including:
PA.I.H.K1a Hypoxia
PA.I.H.K1b Hyperventilation
PA.I.H.K1c Middle ear and sinus problems
PA.I.H.K1d Spatial disorientation
PA.I.H.K1e Motion sickness
PA.I.H.K1f Carbon monoxide poisoning
PA.I.H.K1g Stress
PA.I.H.K1h Fatigue
PA.I.H.K1i Dehydration and nutrition
PA.I.H.K1j Hypothermia
PA.I.H.K1k Optical illusions
PA.I.H.K1l Dissolved nitrogen in the bloodstream after scuba dives

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1. The illusion associated with landing on a narrower than usual runway may result in the pilot flying a

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2. Eye movements during daytime collision avoidance scanning should

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3. Effects of carbon monoxide poisoning include

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4. What is a correct response if an exhaust leak were to be detected while in flight?

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5. Susceptibility to carbon monoxide poisoning increases as

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6. Large accumulations of carbon monoxide in the human body result in

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7. A state of temporary confusion resulting from misleading information being sent to the brain by various sensory organs is defined as

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8. The danger of spatial disorientation during flight in poor visual conditions may be reduced by

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9. A lack of orientation with regard to the position, attitude, or movement of the aircraft in space is defined as

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10. If a pilot experiences spatial disorientation during flight in a restricted visibility condition, the best way to overcome the effect is to

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11. Pilots are more subject to spatial disorientation if

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12. Pilots are more subject to spatial disorientation if

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13. Which is a common symptom of hyperventilation?

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14. A pilot experiencing the effects of hyperventilation should be able to restore the proper carbon dioxide level in the body by

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15. Which would most likely result in hyperventilation?

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16. When a stressful situation is encountered in flight, an abnormal increase in the volume of air breathed in and out can cause a condition known as

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17. Rapid or extra deep breathing while using oxygen can cause a condition known as

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18. A pilot should be able to overcome the symptoms or avoid future occurrences of hyperventilation by

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19. Altitude-induced hypoxia is caused by what atmospheric condition?

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20. Anemic (hypemic) hypoxia has the same symptoms as hypoxic hypoxia, but it is most often a result of

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21. A pilot making a blood donation in order to help a sick associate should be aware that for several weeks

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22. Which of the following is a correct response to counteract the feelings of hypoxia in flight?

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23. Which is not a type of hypoxia?

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24. Which statement best defines hypoxia?

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