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                                       Donald A. Talleur
                            Associate Aviation Education Specialist
                                      Institute of Aviation
                           University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
                                          1 Airport Road
                                         Savoy, IL 61874


Date: 3 March 1969

Place of Birth: Arlington Heights, IL

Education and Degrees:

M.S, 2001, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL
        Major: Psychology (Engineering Psychology)
B.S., 1991, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL
        Major: Business, Finance (Investment & Banking)
Certificate of Graduation, 1989, Institute of Aviation, University of Illinois, Savoy, IL
Professional Flight Qualifications:
        Airline Transport Pilot-Airplane MEL
        Commercial Pilot-Airplane SEL, SES, MEL
        Flight Instructor Airplane SE, ME – Gold Seal
        Ground Instructor-Advanced, Instrument
Other Certificates:
        LaserGrade - FAA Assistant Testing Center Supervisor
        Assistant Chief Flight Instructor-Flight Instructor, Instrument Instructor, Commercial,
            Instrument, Multiengine, Private (Part 141)
        FAA High Altitude Physiological Training- WPAFB

Professional History:

2002-present:    Associate Aviation Education Specialist, Pilot Training Department and the
                 Aviation Research Laboratory, Institute of Aviation, University of Illinois,
                 Savoy, IL: Team Leader Since Summer 1999

1995-2002:       Assistant Aviation Education Specialist, Pilot Training Department and the
                 Aviation Research Laboratory, Institute of Aviation, University of Illinois,
                 Savoy, IL

1992-1995:       Visiting Assistant Aviation Education Specialist, Pilot Training Department and
                 the Aviation Research Laboratory, Institute of Aviation, University of Illinois,
                 Savoy, IL


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1992-1997:      Part-time ferry pilot, Aircraft Sales, Inc. Wheeling, Il.

1990-1992:      Pilot Training Instructional Staff, Part-Time, Pilot Training Department,
                Institute of Aviation, University of Illinois, Savoy, IL

1990-1992:      Academic Hourly, Aviation Research Laboratory, Institute of Aviation,
                University of Illinois, Savoy, IL

Committees:
2007-present:   Chanute Aerospace Museum- Collections and Exhibits Committee (Chair since
                2010)
2003-2009:      UAA Flight Simulation Committee
2002-present:   Institute of Aviation Career Fair Planning Committee
1997-2001:      Elected to Institute Advisory Committee for Pilot Training Department (2 terms)
1998-present:   Institute of Aviation Courses and Curricula Committee
1998-present:   Professional Pilot Division Hiring Committee
1993:           HFD Flight Simulator Committee

Professional Societies and Affiliations:

United States Naval Institute, Associate Member (USNI) 1989-2008
National Association of Flight Instructors, Professional Member (NAFI) since 1990
University Aviation Association (UAA) since 1993
Aircraft Owner's and Pilot's Association (AOPA) since 1995
Canadian Aircraft Owner’s and Pilot’s Association (COPA) since 1999
Aerospace Medical Association (AsMA) since 2001
American Psychological Association (APA) Division 21 since 2001
American Psychological Association (APA) Division 19 since 2006
Association for Aviation Psychology since 2001
Illinois Pilots Association (IPA) since 2002-2006
Octave Chanute Aerospace Heritage Foundation since 2003
Aerospace Human Factors Association Member since 2003
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) Member since 2005-2010

Awards & Acknowledgements

Ralph Flexman Thesis Award, 2001 (Best Thesis in Engineering Psychology)
Jesse W. Stonecipher Award, 1997 (Contributions to Overall Mission of Institute of Aviation)
University of Illinois Teaching Excellence Rankings (* indicates ratings of outstanding)
       Spring 1996            Fall 2005            Fall 2008*
       Fall 2001              Spring 2006          Spring 2009
       Fall 2002              Fall 2006*           Fall 2009*
       Spring 2003            Spring 2007          Spring 2010*
       Fall 2003*             Fall 2007            Summer 2010*
       Fall 2004*             Spring 2008*


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Teaching:

Flight Courses

Primary Courses:                                  Advanced Courses:
Orientation Refresher (090)                       Pre-Commercial Pilot (200)
Private Pilot I (101)                             Commercial Pilot (210)
Private Pilot II (120)                            Multiengine Land-Special Rating (380)
Private Pilot Requalification (121)               Flight Instructor – Airplane (320)
Private-Instrument I (130)                        Flight Instructor – Instrument (322)
Private-Instrument II (140)                       Cockpit Resource Management (381)
                                                  Special Ratings and/or Specialized Flight (391)
                                                  Flight Instructor CFII and MEI (392)

Classroom Courses:
Private Pilot I (101)
Aviation Weather (225)
Aircraft Accident and Crash Investigation (455)
Aviation Physiology (497)

Flight Qualifications

       Flight Time:
              Total:             4800
              PIC:               4589
              Instrument:         426
              Multiengine:        493
              Dual Given:        2366
              Night:              284
              X-Country:         1334
              Turbojet Sim:        65
       Aircraft Experience:
              Cessna:       C-150, 152, 172, R172, 172RG, 177, 177RG, 180, 180SP, 182,
                            T210, 310, 320, 340A, P210
              Mooney:       M201
              Beech:        19, C23, C24R, 76, S35, C55, E55, B58, C33, V35, A55, A33,
                            A36, G35, B55, G36
              Piper:        PA28-161, 180, 181, 200, 201, 201T, RT201, 236, 350, PA23-250,
                            PA32-300T, PA31-325, 350, PA44-180, PA46-310P, PA31-310
              Cirrus:       SR22
              Aerospatiale: TB-9
              Taylorcraft: L-2B
              North Amer: AT-6, T-39 Link Simulator
              Northrop:     T-38 Link Simulator
              Boeing:       737-200 Frasca LOFT Simulator


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Other Operational Experience
      Extensive PIC VFR Cross-Country flight experience.
      Over 200 hrs. Sim time in various models and over 680 hrs. flight instruction given in
              various Sims.
      47 hours Captain and Copilot simulator time in T-39 Sabreliner.
      18 hours Captain and Copilot simulator time in B-737.
      Team member and competitor- Illini Precision Flight Team 1988-1989.
      Extensive Experimental Data Collection and Flight Testing (light aircraft and simulator)
      Aerial photography flying in Midwest states.

Grants and Contracts

Co-Principal Investigator:

FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION, $299,523 (Mar 3, 2009 –Sept 2, 2010): Data
Communication Part Task Simulation: Pilot Performance (Cooperative Agreement 09-G-004).

HUMAN FACTORS DIVISION, unfunded (Feb. 2, 2006- 2007): The Predictive Power of
General Aviation Knowledge of Success in a University Flight Training Program.

HUMAN FACTORS DIVISION, unfunded (Aug. 8, 2005-Oct, 10, 2006): Objective
Performance Assessment via Automated Data Collection in a B-737 Line Oriented Flight
Trianing Device.

FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION, $350,012 (Aug. 28, 2002–Apr. 23, 2005):
Effectiveness of Flight Training Devices Used for Instrument Training (Cooperative Agreement
DOT 2002-G-033).

FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION, $467,765 (Sep. 20, 2001–Nov. 21, 2004): The
Effectiveness of a Personal Computer Aviation Training Device, a Flight Training Device, and
an Airplane in Conducting Instrument of Proficiency Checks (Cooperative Agreement DTFA
2001-G-037).

Project Team Member:
NASA Sub APTIMA, $83,636 (Jun 2009- May 2010): 3X Transparent Research Environment
for Aviation Modeling (0563-1497)

UIUC RESEARCH BOARD, $16,090 (Aug 2006-May 2007): Expert/Novice Differences in
Attentional Strategies Related to Decision Making During Flight (200250 707000 707022).

FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION, $100,000 (Jul 25, 2006-Mar 23, 2007):
Redesigning Weather-Related Training and Testing of General Aviation Pilots: Applying
Traditional Curriculum Evaluation and Advanced Simulation-Based Methods (DOT 06-G-009).


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NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION, $81,095 (Dec 1, 2001-May
15, 2005): Synthetic Vision Systems Human Factors Analysis (NASA NCC 2-1293).

NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION, $299,087 (Jan 15, 1999–
Jan. 31, 2002): Incremental Training Effectiveness of Personal Computer Aviation Training
Devices (PCATD) Used for Instrument Training (Contract NASA NAG 2-1282).

FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION, $558,062 (Jan. 7, 1998-Apr. 30, 2001).
Evaluation of a Personal Computer Aviation Training Device to Meet Recency of Experience
Requirements (Contract DFTA 98-G-003).

NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION, $411, 043 (Dec 15, 1996-
May 31, 2002): Seamless Displays for Aircraft Landing (Contract NASA NAG 2-1120).

INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES, $50,000 (Nov 1, 1996-Mar. 15, 1997): Subjective Evaluation
of Transfer (Contract INNOV TECH 97E-522).

HUMAN FACTORS DIVISION, internally funded (Aug. 1996- Dec. 1998): Incremental
Transfer of a Personal-Computer Aviation Training Device.

FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION, $475,102 (Aug. 1, 1994-Nov. 8, 1996): Transfer
Effectiveness evaluation of a personal computer-based avaiation training (Contract DTFA 94-6-
044).

NAVAL AIR WARFARE CENTER TRAINING SYSTEMS DIVISION, $50,005 (Feb 1994-
Aug 1995): Training to Maximize Transfer and Retention (Contract ONR 1-5-20295).

FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION, $774,825 (Sep. 28, 1990-Aug. 30, 1994) Visual
Simulation for Regional Airline & General Aviation Training Programs (Contract DTFA01-90-
C-0045).

NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION, $281.110 (1992-1994): The
effects of tacks and multifunction display characteristics on pilot viewport allocation strategy
(Contract NASA NCC 2-632).

OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH, $369,806 (Dec. 1,1992-Jan. 31, 1999) Pilot Skill
Development and Visual Scanning (Contract ONR 1-540189).

Invited Presentations:
Talleur, D.A., (1996) What the Institute of Aviation has to offer the AIAA. UIUC Aerospace
Engineering, Urbana, Il.

Talleur, D.A., (Apr., 1997). Effectiveness of an integrated instrument training syllabus using a
personal computer and a generic training device. 9th International Symposium on Aviation
Psychology. Columbus, OH.


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Talleur, D.A., (Mar., 2001). Effectiveness of a personal computer aviation training device
(PCATD) for maintaining instrument currency. 11th International Symposium on Aviation
Psychology. Columbus, OH.

Talleur, D.A., (Apr., 2002). The problem of ice on the tail surface of light general aviation
aircraft. FAA IFR/VFR Safety Seminar. Institute of Aviation, Savoy, Il.

Talleur, D.A., (May, 2002). Aviation Research at the University of Illinois. Illinois Pilot’s
Association Monthly Meeting. Urbana, IL.

Talleur, D.A., & Wickens, C.D., (2003). The effect of pilot visual scanning strategies on traffic
detection accuracy and aircraft control. 12th International Symposium on Aviation Psychology.
Dayton, OH.

Talleur, D.A., (Apr., 2004). Instrument Currency vs Instrument Proficiency, and the Instrument
Proficiency Check. FAA IFR/VFR Safety Seminar. Institute of Aviation, Savoy, Il.

Talleur, D.A., (May, 2004). Navigation Primer. UIUC Psychology 356. Champaign, IL.

Talleur, D.A., (Apr., 2005) Training and Simulation. UIUC Psychology 495. Champaign, IL.

Talleur, D.A., (Apr., 2006). Scanning Pitfalls in VFR and IFR Flight: Scanning for Traffic and
the Instrument Scan. FAA IFR/VFR Safety Seminar. Institute of Aviation, Savoy, Il.

Talleur, D.A., (Apr. 2008). How Much Do You Know. FAA IFR/VFR Safety Seminar. Institute of
Aviation, Savoy, Il.

Talleur, D.A., (April 2009). TFRs- Avoiding an F-16 Escort. FAA IFR/VFR Safety Seminar.
Institute of Aviation, Savoy, Il.

Wiegmann, D.A., Talleur, D.A., & Johnson, C.M., (Presented only, 2008). Evaluating weather-
related training and testing of general aviation pilots. Proceedings of the 52nd Annual Meeting of
the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. New York, NY: Human Factors and Ergonomics
Society.

Wiegmann, D.A., Talleur, D.A., & Johnson, C.M., (Presented only, May, 2008). Evaluating
weather-related training and testing of general aviation pilots. Proceedings of the 80th Annual
Meeting of ASMA. Los Angeles, CA.: Aerospace Medical Association.

Talleur, D.A. (April 2010). How much do you know? FAA IFR/VFR Safety Seminar. Institute of
Aviation, Savoy, Il.




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Publications:

Research Peer Reviewed Journals:
Lintern, G., Waite, T., & Talleur, D. A. (1999). Functional interface design for the modern
aircraft cockpit. The International Journal of Aviation Psychology, 9(3), 225-240.

Taylor, H. L., Lintern, G., Hulin, C. L., Talleur, D. A., Emanuel, T., & Phillips, S. (1999).
Transfer of training effectiveness of a personal computer aviation training device. The
International Journal of Aviation Psychology, 9(4), 319-334.

Rantanen, E. M., & Talleur, D. A. (2001). Measurement of pilot performance during instrument
flight using flight data recorders. International Journal of Aviation Research and Development,
1(2), 89-102.

Talleur, D. A., Taylor, H. L., Emanuel, T. W., Jr., Rantanen, E., & Bradshaw, G. L., (2003).
Personal computer aviation training devices: Their effectiveness for maintaining instrument
currency. The International Journal of Aviation Psychology, 13(4), 387-399.

Wickens, C. D., Goh, J., Helleberg, J., Horrey, W. J., & Talleur, D. A. (2003). Attentional
models of multi-task pilot performance using advanced display technology. Human Factors,
45(3), 360-380.

Johnson, N. R., Rantanen, E. M., & Talleur, D. A. (2004). Time series based objective pilot
performance measures. International Journal of Applied Aviation Studies (IJAAS), 4(1), 13-29.
Schriver, A.T., Morrow, D.G., Wickens, C.D., Talleur, D.A. (2008). Expertise differences in
attentional strategies related to pilot decision making. Human Factors, 50(6), 864-878.

Research Symposium Proceedings:

Lintern, G., Taylor, H. L., Koonce, J. M., & Talleur, D. A. (1993). An incremental transfer study
of scene detail and field of view effects on beginning flight training. Proceedings of the Seventh
International Symposium on Aviation Psychology. Columbus, OH.

Talleur, D. A., Lintern, G., & Ponder, J. R. (1993). The integration of visual simulation in
beginning flight training. Proceedings of the Seventh International Symposium on Aviation
Psychology. Columbus, OH.

Taylor, H. L., Lintern, G., Koonce, J. M., Kunde, D. R., Tschopp, J. M., & Talleur, D. A. (1993).
Scene content, field of view and amount of training in first officer training. Proceedings of the
Seventh International Symposium on Aviation Psychology. Columbus, OH.

Taylor, H. L., Lintern, G., & Talleur, D. A. (1995). Effects of scene detail, field of view and
amount of simulator training in general aviation flight instruction. In N. Johnston, R. Fuller, & N.
McDonald (Eds.), Proceedings of the 21st Conference of the European Association for Aviation
Psychology (pp. 234-239). Brookfield, VT: Ashgate Publishing Company.



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Emanuel, T. W., Jr., Taylor, H. L., Hulin, C. L., Lintern, G., Phillips, S. I., & Talleur, D. A.
(1995). Development of an experimental flight syllabus for testing PC computer-based aviation
training devices. Proceedings of the 8th International Symposium on Aviation Psychology.
Columbus, OH.

Phillips, S. I., Taylor, H. L., Lintern, G., Hulin, C. L., Emanuel, T. W., Jr., & Talleur, D. A.
(1995). Developing performance measures for evaluating personal computer-based aviation
training devices within a far part 141 pilot training school. Proceedings of the 8th International
Symposium on Aviation Psychology. Columbus, OH.

Taylor, H. L., Lintern, G., Hulin, C. L., Emanuel, T. W., Jr., Phillips, S. I., & Talleur, D. A.
(1995). Transfer of training effectiveness of personal computer-based aviation training devices.
Proceedings of the 8th International Symposium on Aviation Psychology. Columbus, OH.

Taylor, H. L., Lintern, G., Koonce, J. M., Kunde, D. R., Tschopp, J. M., Talleur, D. A. (1995).
Effects of scene content, field of view and amount of simulator training in First Officer Training.
Proceedings of the Royal Aeronautical Society Flight Simulation Conference. London, UK.

Lintern, G., Waite, T., & Talleur, D. A. (1997). Functional interface design for the modern
aircraft cockpit. Proceedings of the 9th International Symposium on Aviation Psychology.
Columbus, OH: The Ohio State University.

Phillips, S. I., Taylor, H. L., Emanuel, T. W., Jr., & Talleur, D. A. (1997). Incremental training
effectiveness of personal computers used for instrument training. Proceedings of the 9th
International Symposium on Aviation Psychology. Columbus, OH: The Ohio State University.

Talleur, D. A., Taylor, H. L., Lintern, G., Hulin, C. L., Emanuel, T. W., Jr., & Phillips, S. I.
(1997). Effectiveness of an integrated instrument training syllabus using a personal computer and
a certified ground trainer. Proceedings of the 9th International Symposium on Aviation
Psychology. Columbus, OH: The Ohio State University.

Taylor, H. L., Lintern, G., Hulin, C. L., Talleur, D. A., Emanuel, T. W., Jr., & Phillips, S. I.
(1997). Effectiveness of personal computers for instrument training. Proceedings of the 9th
International Symposium on Aviation Psychology. Columbus, OH: The Ohio State University.

Taylor, H. L., Talleur, D. A., Phillips, S. I., Emanuel, T. W., Jr., & Hulin, C. L. (1998). Use of
personal computers for instrument training. Proceedings of the Royal Aeronautical Society Flight
Simulation Conference. London, UK.

Taylor, H. L., Bradshaw, G. L., Talleur, D. A., Emanuel, T. W., Jr., Hulin, C. L., Lendrum, L., &
Vaughn, J. A. (1999). Effectiveness of personal computers to meet recency of experience
requirements. Proceedings of the 10th International Symposium on Aviation Psychology (pp.
1008-1013). Columbus, OH: The Ohio State University.




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Lendrum, L., Taylor, H. L., Talleur, D. A., Hulin, C. L., Bradshaw, G. L., & Emanuel, T. W., Jr.
(1999). Airborne flight data recorder. Proceedings of the 10th International Symposium on
Aviation Psychology (pp. 1003-1007). Columbus, OH: The Ohio State University.

Talleur, D. A., Taylor, H. L., Bradshaw, G., Emanuel, T. W., Jr., Rantanen, E., Lendrum, L., &
Hulin, C. L. (2001). Effectiveness of a personal computer aviation training device (PCATD) for
maintaining instrument currency. Proceedings of the 11th International Symposium on Aviation
Psychology. Columbus, OH: The Ohio State University.

Rantanen, E., Talleur, D. A., Taylor, H. L., Bradshaw, G. L., Emanuel, T. W., Jr., Lendrum, L.,
& Hulin, C. L. (2001). Derivation of pilot performance measures from flight data recorder
information. Proceedings of the 11th International Symposium on Aviation Psychology.
Columbus, OH: The Ohio State University.

Taylor, H. L., Talleur, D. A., Emanuel, T. W., Jr., Rantanen, E., Phillips, S., & Bradshaw, G.
(2001). Incremental training effectiveness of personal computers used for instrument training. To
appear in the Proceedings of the 11th International Symposium on Aviation Psychology.
Columbus, OH: The Ohio State University.

Rantanen, E. M., & Talleur, D. A. (2001). Use of flight recorders for pilot performance
measurement and training. Proceedings of the 2001 International Aviation Training Symposium.
Oklahoma City, OK: FAA Academy.

Taylor, H. L., Talleur, D. A., Emanuel, T. W., Jr., Rantanen, E. M., Bradshaw, G. L., & Phillips,
S. I. (2003). Incremental training effectiveness of personal computers used for instrument
training. Proceedings of the 12th International Symposium on Aviation Psychology. Dayton, OH.

Emanuel, T. W., Jr., Taylor, H. L., Talleur, D. A., & Rantanen, E. M. (2003). Comparison of the
effectiveness of a personal computer aviation training device, a flight training device, and an
airplane in conducting instrument proficiency checks. Proceedings of the 12th International
Symposium on Aviation Psychology. Dayton, OH.

Talleur, D. A., & Wickens, C. D. (2003). The effect of pilot visual scanning strategies on traffic
detection accuracy and aircraft control. Proceedings of the 12th International Symposium on
Aviation Psychology. Dayton, OH.

Johnson, N. R., Rantanen, E. M., & Talleur, D. A. (2004). Criterion setting for objective, fourier
analysis based pilot performance metrics. Proceedings of the 48th Annual Meeting of the Factors
and Ergonomics Society. Santa Monica, CA: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

Taylor, H. L., Talleur, D. A., Emanuel, T. W., Jr., & Rantanen, E. M. (2005). Transfer of training
effectiveness of a flight training device (FTD). Proceedings of the 13th International Symposium
on Aviation Psychology. Dayton, OH.




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Taylor, H. L., Talleur, D. A., Rantanen, E. M., & Emanuel, T. W., Jr. (2005). The effectiveness
of a personal computer aviation training device (PCATD), a flight training device (FTD), and an
airplane in conducting instrument proficiency checks. Proceedings of the 13th International
Symposium on Aviation Psychology. Dayton, OH.

Rantanen, E. M., & Talleur, D. A. (2005). Incremental transfer and cost effectiveness of ground-
based flight trainers in university aviation programs. Proceedings of the 49th Annual Meeting of
the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (pp. 764-768). Santa Monica, CA: Human Factors
and Ergonomics Society.

Schriver, A., Morrow, D., Wickens, C.D., & Talleur, D.A. (2008). Expertise differences in
attentional strategies related to pilot decision making. Proceedings of the 52nd Annual Meeting of
the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. New York, NY: Human Factors and Ergonomics
Society.

Steelman-Allen, K., Talleur, D.A., McCarley, J., Carbonari, R., Nunan, A. (In press) Effects of
datalink display format and position on flight performance. Proceedings of the 54th Annual
Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. Human Factors and Ergonomics
Society.

Research Technical Reports:
Talleur, D. A. (1996). Aviation training and intensive integrated simulation project (ATIIS)
(Technical Report ARL-96-2). Savoy, IL: University of Illinois, Aviation Research Lab.

Taylor, H. L., Lintern, G., Hulin, C. L., Talleur, D. A., Emanuel, T. W., Jr., & Phillips, S. I.
(1996). Transfer of training effectiveness of personal computer-based aviation training devices
(Technical Report ARL-96-3/FAA-96-2). Savoy, IL: University of Illinois, Institute of Aviation.

Lintern, G., Waite, T., & Talleur, D. A. (1997). AGATE cockpit design for efficiency of training
(ARL-97-4/NASA-97-2). Savoy, IL: University of Illinois, Aviation Research Lab.

Taylor, H. L., Lintern, G., Hulin, C. L., Talleur, D. A., Emanuel, T., & Phillips, S. (May 1997).
Transfer of training effectiveness of personal computer-based aviation training device (Final
Report DOT/FAA/AM-97/11). Washington, DC: Office of Aviation Medicine.

Bradshaw, G., Taylor, H., Lintern, G., & Talleur, D. (1999). The potential of subjective estimates
of transfer (Technical Report ARL-99-6). Savoy, IL: University of Illinois, Institute of Aviation,
Aviation Research Lab.

Lendrum, L., Taylor, H. L., Talleur, D. A., Hulin, C. L., Bradshaw, G. L., & Emanuel, T. W., Jr.
(2000). IPC data logger (a flight data recorder): Operation manual (ARL-00-8/FAA-00-5).
Savoy, IL: University of Illinois, Aviation Research Lab.




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Taylor, H. L., Talleur, D. A., Bradshaw, G. L., Emanuel, T. W., Jr., Hulin, C. L., Rantanen, E.
M., & Lendrum, L. (2000). Evaluation of a personal computer aviation training device to meet
recency of experience requirements (ARL-00-9/FAA-00-6). Savoy, IL: University of Illinois,
Aviation Research Lab.

Taylor, H. L., Talleur, D. A., Bradshaw, G. L., Emanuel, T. W., Jr., Rantanen, E., Hulin, C. L., &
Lendrum, L. (2001). Effectiveness of personal computers to meet recency of experience
requirements (Technical Report ARL-01-6/FAA-01-1). Savoy, IL: University of Illinois,
Aviation Research Lab.

Wickens, C. D., Helleberg, J., Kroft, P., Talleur, D. A., & Xu, X. (2001). Mid air target
detection: What makes it difficult? Application of attention and situation awareness model
(ARL-01-9/NASA-01-5). Savoy, IL: University of Illinois, Aviation Research Lab.

Talleur, D. A. (2001). Expanded operational flight testing (EOFT) (Technical Report ARL-01-
15). Savoy, IL: University of Illinois, Aviation Research Lab.

Lendrum, L., Taylor, H. L., Talleur, D. A., & Emanuel, T. W., Jr. (2002). IPC data logger (a
flight data recorder): Operation manual change 1 (ARL-02-2/FAA-02-1). Savoy, IL: University
of Illinois, Aviation Research Lab.

Taylor, H. L., Talleur, D. A., Emanuel, T. W., Jr., Rantanen, E. M., Bradshaw, G. L., & Phillips,
S. I. (2002). Incremental training effectiveness of personal computers used for instrument
training: basic instruments (Technical Report ARL-02-4/NASA-02-2). Savoy, IL: University of
Illinois, Aviation Research Lab.

Taylor, H. L., Talleur, D. A., Emanuel, T. W., Jr., Rantanen, E. M., Bradshaw, G. L., & Phillips,
S. I. (2002). Incremental training effectiveness of personal computer aviation training devices
(PCATD) used for instrument training (Final Technical Report ARL-02-5/NASA-02-3). Savoy,
IL: University of Illinois, Aviation Research Lab.

Wickens, C. D., Goh, J., Helleberg, J., & Talleur, D. A. (2002). Modality differences in advanced
cockpit displays: Comparing auditory and vision for navigational communications and traffic
awareness (ARL-02-8/NASA-02-6). Savoy, IL: University of Illinois, Aviation Research Lab.

Taylor, H. L., Talleur, D. A., Bradshaw, G. L., Emanuel, T. W. Jr., Rantanen, E., Hulin, C. L., &
Lendrum, L. (2003). Effectiveness of personal computers to meet recency of experience
requirements (DOT/FAA/AM-03/3). Washington, DC: Office of Aerospace Medicine.

Lendrum, L., Taylor, H. L., Talleur, D. A., & Emanuel, T. W., Jr. (2003). IPC data logger (a
flight data recorder): Operation manual change 2 (AHFD-03-8/FAA-03-2). Savoy, IL:
University of Illinois, Aviation Human Factors Division.




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Taylor, H. L., Talleur, D. A., Rantanen, E. M., & Emanuel, T. W., Jr. (2004). The effectiveness of
a personal computer aviation training device, a flight training device, and an airplane in
conducting instrument proficiency checks. Volume 1: Subjective pilot performance evaluation
(AHFD-04-12/FAA-04-5). Savoy, IL: University of Illinois, Aviation Human Factors Division.

Rantanen, E. M., Johnson, N. R., & Talleur, D. A. (2004). The effectiveness of a personal
computer aviation training device, a flight training device, and an airplane in conducting
instrument proficiency checks. Volume 2: Objective pilot performance measures (AHFD-04-
16/FAA-04-6). Savoy, IL: University of Illinois, Aviation Human Factors Division.

Taylor, H. L., Talleur, D. A., Emanuel, T. W., Jr., & Rantanen, E. M. (2005). Effectiveness of
flight training devices used for instrument training (Final Technical Report AHFD-05-9/FAA-
05-4). Savoy, IL: University of Illinois, Aviation Human Factors Division.

Talleur, D. A., & Rantanen, E. M. (2005). B-737 LOFT simulator data collection system:
Hardware and operations manual (AHFD-05-15). Savoy, IL: University of Illinois, Aviation
Human Factors Division.

Wiegmann, D.A., Talleur, D.A., Johnson, C.M., (2008). Redesigning weather-related training
and testing of general aviation pilots: Applying traditional curriculum evaluation and advanced
simulation-based methods. (HFD-08-01/FAA-08-01). Savoy, IL: University of Illinois, Aviation
Human Factors Division.

Research Contract Reports:
Taylor, H. L., Lintern, G., Koonce, J. M., Kunde, D. R., Tschopp, J. M., & Talleur, D. A. (1993).
An incremental transfer study of scene detail and field of view effects on advanced flight training
(Aviation Research Laboratory Interim Report to the FAA #DTFA01-90-C-0045). University of
Illinois, Aviation Research Laboratory, Savoy, IL.

Bradshaw, G., Taylor, H. L., Lintern, G., & Talleur, D. A. (1997). Subjective estimates of
transfer. Program review for simulator development activities (PE 2325). Wright Patterson AFB,
Dayton, OH.

Bradshaw, G., Taylor, H., Talleur, D., Emanuel, T., Hulin, C., Lendrum, L. & Vaughn, J. (1999).
Determining the effectiveness of a personal computer aviation training device (PCATD) to meet
recency of experience requirement. Semi-Annual Report, Jan. 8, 1999 – July 7, 1999.

Bradshaw, G., Taylor, H., Rantanen, E., Talleur, D., Emanuel, T., Hulin, C. & Lendrum, L.
(2000). Determining the effectiveness of a personal computer aviation training device (PCATD)
to meet recency of experience requirement. Semi-Annual Report, July 8, 1999 – Jan. 7, 2000.

Bradshaw, G., Taylor, H., Rantanen, E., Talleur, D., Emanuel, T., Lendrum, L., & Hulin, C.
(2000) Determining the effectiveness of a personal computer aviation training device (PCATD)
to meet recency of experience requirement. Semi-Annual Report, Jan. 8, 2000 – July 7, 2000.




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Bradshaw, G., Taylor, H., Rantanen, E., Talleur, D., Emanuel, T., Lendrum, L., & Hulin, C.
(2001) Determining the effectiveness of a personal computer aviation training device (PCATD)
to meet recency of experience requirement. Semi-Annual Report, July 8, 2000 – Jan. 7, 2001.

Taylor, H. L., Talleur, D. A., Rantanen, E. M., & Emanuel, T. (2002) Comparison of the
effectiveness of a personal computer aviation training device, a flight training device, and an
airplane in conducting instrument proficiency checks. Semi-Annual Report, September 20, 2001
– March 19, 2002.

Wiegmann, D.A., Talleur, D.A., Johnson, C.M., (2008). Redesigning weather-related training
and testing of general aviation pilots: Applying traditional curriculum evaluation and advanced
simulation-based methods. Final Report.

McCarley, J.S., Talleur, D.A., Steelman-Allen, K.S. (2010). Effects of datalink display format
and position on flight performance. Final Report.

Research Column Articles:
Talleur, D. A. (1993). Simulator sickness: A concern for the researcher. Human Factors and
Ergonomics Society, University of Illinois Student Chapter Newsletter, Champaign, IL.

Talleur, D. A. (1993). The Beckman Institute flight simulation laboratory. Computer Human
Interaction Special Interest Group, Ergonomics Society of Australia.

Research Poster Sessions, Presentations, Displays:
Taylor, H. L., Lintern, G., Hulin, C. L., Talleur, D. A., Phillips, S. I., & Emanuel, T. W. (1996).
Effectiveness of personal computer-based aviation training devices. Poster session presented at
the Eighth Annual Convention of the American Psychological Society, San Francisco, CA.

Taylor, H. L., Talleur, D. A., Bradshaw, G. L., Emanuel, T. W., Jr., Hulin, C. L., & Lendrum, L.
(1999). Effectiveness of personal computer aviation training devices to meet recency of
experience requirements. Research Roundtable, University Aviation Association Fall Education
Conference, October 13-16, 1999, Atlanta GA.

Taylor, H. L., Emanuel, T. W., Talleur, D. A., & Rantanen, E. M. (2003). The effectiveness of
personal computer aviation training device (PCATD), a flight training device (FTD), and an
airplane in conducting instrument proficiency checks. Paper presented at the FAA General
Aviation, Aviation Maintenance, and Vertical Flight Human Factors Research Program Review
Conference, University of Nevada Reno, September 10-11, 2003.

Taylor, H. L., Talleur, D. A., Emanuel, T. W., & Rantanen, E. M. (2003). Transfer of training
effectiveness of a flight training device (FTD). Paper presented at the FAA General Aviation,
Aviation Maintenance, and Vertical Flight Human Factors Research Program Review
Conference, University of Nevada Reno, September 10-11, 2003.




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Taylor, H. L., Talleur, D. A., Emanuel, T. W., & Rantanen, E. M. (2003). Effectiveness of
personal computer aviation training devices (PCATDs) for instrument training, recency of
experience, and instrument proficiency checks. Paper presented in the American Psychological
Association Division 21 Annual Midyear Symposium, Fort Belvoire, VA, March 6-7, 2003.

Taylor, H. L., Talleur, D. A., Emanuel, T. W., Jr., & Rantanen, E. M. (2004). The effectiveness
of personal computer aviation training devices (PCATDs), and flight training devices (FTD) in
instrument training, maintaining currency and instrument proficiency checks. Research
Roundtable, University Aviation Association Fall Education Conference, October 6-9, 2004,
Toronto, Canada.

Taylor, H. L., Talleur, D. A., Rantanen, E. M., & Emanuel, T. W., Jr. (2004). The effectiveness
of a personal computer aviation training device (PCATD), a flight training device (FTD) and an
airplane in conducting instrument proficiency checks (IPC). Research Roundtable, University
Aviation Association Fall Education Conference, October 6-9, 2004, Toronto, Canada.

Taylor, H. L., Talleur, D. A., & Emanuel, T. W., Jr., & Rantanen, E. M. (2004). Incremental
transfer of training effectiveness of a personal computer aviation training device (PCATD) and a
flight training device (FTD). Research Roundtable, University Aviation Association Fall
Education Conference, October 6-9, 2004, Toronto, Canada.

Schriver, A.T., Morrow, D.G., Wickens, C.D., Talleur, D.A., & Miculka, B.R. (2007). Expertise
differences in attentional strategies related to pilot deiciosn making. Poster session presented at
the 15th International Symposium on Aviation Psychology. Dayton, OH.

Aviation Commercial Publications:
Talleur, D. A. (1994). A little ice is nice. Plane & Pilot, 31(1), 50-52.

Talleur, D. A. (1995, November). [Review of the book The Pilot's Outline Guide to Basic
Aerodynamics]. Flight Training, 7(11), 77.

Talleur, D. A. (1996, April). [Review of the book The Pilot's Outline Guide to Basic
Aerodynamics]. Soaring, pp. 4-6.

Talleur, D. A. (1997, June) [Review of the book Silent Rescue]. Soaring, pp. 14-15.

Talleur, D. A., & Talleur, R. L. (1997). Better safe than sorry: The art of pre-purchase inspection.
Private Pilot Magazine, 32(12), 52-54.




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Aviation Column Articles:
Talleur, D. A. (1994). En"lightning" facts. Illinois Pilots Association Illini-Area Chapter
Newsletter, Champaign, IL.

Talleur, D. A. (1995, November/December). [Review of the book The Pilot's Outline Guide to
Basic Aerodynamics]. University Aviation Association Newsletter, Spring Fall Education
Conference Issue, pp. 31.

Talleur, D. A. (1996, March/April). [Review of the book Simplified Instrument
Flying/Instructing Techniques]. University Aviation Association Newsletter, p. 26.

Talleur, D. A. (1997, March). Icing belongs on dessert, not on your aircraft. Canadian Owners
and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2.

Talleur, D. A. (1997, October). En-“lightning” facts. Canadian Owners and Pilots Association
Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2.

Talleur, D. A. (1998, July). Ground flight training devices revisited. Canadian Owners and
Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2.

Talleur, D. A. (1999, January). Icing conditions. Canadian Owners and Pilots Association Flight
Safety Bulletin, C-2.

Talleur, D. A. (1999, June). Revisiting PSA. Canadian Owners and Pilots Association Flight
Safety Bulletin, C-2.

Talleur, D. A. (2000, January). Are you fit to fly? Canadian Owners and Pilots Association
Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2.

Talleur, D. A. (2000, February). Assessing trip risks. Canadian Owners and Pilots Association
Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2.

Talleur, D. A. (2000, March). Preflighting the aircraft: Stress the “why” in addition to the “how”.
Canadian Owners and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2.

Talleur, D. A. (2000, April). Preflighting the prop: Propeller care for pilots. Canadian Owners
and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2.

Talleur, D. A. (2000, May). Instrument currency vs. instrument proficiency. Canadian Owners
and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2.

Talleur, D. A. (2000, July). How good do you have to be? Canadian Owners and Pilots
Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2.




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Talleur, D. A. (2000, August). When is right side up the wrong side up? Canadian Owners and
Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2.

Talleur, D. A. (2000, September). Caught in the weather … What now? Canadian Owners and
Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2.

Talleur, D. A. (2000, October). Emergency descent: What’s your procedure? Canadian Owners
and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2.

Talleur, D. A. (2000, November). GPS navigation: Only as safe as you make it. Canadian
Owners and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2.

Talleur, D. A. (2000, December). Flying your twin safely. Canadian Owners and Pilots
Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2, C-3.

Talleur, D. A. (2001, January). Gas laws and the pilot’s body: A review. Canadian Owners and
Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2, C-3.

Talleur, D. A. (2001, February). Stepping up to a high performance aircraft: A review. Canadian
Owners and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2, C-3.

Talleur, D. A. (2001, March). Range vs. endurance: Cruise control for pilots. Canadian Owners
and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2.

Talleur, D. A. (2001, April). Passenger safety briefings. Canadian Owners and Pilots
Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2.

Talleur, D. A. (2001, May). Equilibrium and flying: Illusions of flight. Canadian Owners and
Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2, C-3.

Talleur, D. A., & Geibel, W. (2001, June). Treating your engine with respect. Canadian Owners
and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2, C-3.

Talleur, D. A. (2001, July). Airsickness: How to keep you and your passenger from getting it.
Canadian Owners and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2.

Talleur, D. A. (2001, August). CRM for the single pilot cockpit. Canadian Owners and Pilots
Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2.

Talleur, D. A., & Talleur, R.L. (2001, September). Instrument flying pitfalls. Canadian Owners
and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2, C-3.

Talleur, D. A. (2001, October). Avoiding wake turbulence. Canadian Owners and Pilots
Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2, C-3.




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Talleur, D. A., & Talleur, W. R. (2001, November). Reducing student anxiety. Canadian Owners
and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2.

Talleur, D. A. (2001, December). Reducing passenger anxiety. Canadian Owners and Pilots
Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2.

Talleur, D. A. (2002, January). Is your student ready? Canadian Owners and Pilots Association
Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2.

Talleur, D. A. (2002, February). Weather forecasting misconceptions. Canadian Owners and
Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2.

Talleur, D. A. (2002, March). To form or not to form, that is the question. Canadian Owners and
Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2.

Talleur, D. A. (2002, April). Ready for solo? Canadian Owners and Pilots Association Flight
Safety Bulletin, C-2, C-4.

Talleur, D. A. (2002, May). Dealing with student problems. Canadian Owners and Pilots
Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2, C-3.

Talleur, D. A. (2002, June). Why analyze the accident? Canadian Owners and Pilots Association
Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2.

Talleur, D. A. (2002, July). Propeller efficiency. Canadian Owners and Pilots Association Flight
Safety Bulletin, C-2, C-3.

Talleur, D. A. (2002, August). What is the best way to scan for traffic? Canadian Owners and
Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2.

Talleur, D. A. (2002, September). Be seen! Canadian Owners and Pilots Association Flight
Safety Bulletin, C-2.

Talleur, D. A. (2002, October). Course confusion: Solving the mystery of flight planning.
Canadian Owners and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2, C-3.

Talleur, D. A. (2002, November). To rise or not to rise: That is the question. Canadian Owners
and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2.

Talleur, D. A. (2002, December). Beware of autopilot traps: Practice hands-on flying. Canadian
Owners and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2, C-3.

Talleur, D. A. (2003, January). Organizational influences on flight safety. Canadian Owners and
Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2, C-3.




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Talleur, D. A. (2003, February). Stepping down to light aircraft. Canadian Owners and Pilots
Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2.

Talleur, D. A. (2003, March). Competence in question: Someone in the aircraft screwed up!
Canadian Owners and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2.

Talleur, D. A. (2003, April). Are you a skilled pilot? Or just a pilot? Canadian Owners and
Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2, C-3.

Talleur, D. A. (2003, May). Descend now or later? Canadian Owners and Pilots Association
Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2.

Talleur, D. A. (2003, June). More effective briefings. Canadian Owners and Pilots Association
Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2, C-4.

Talleur, D. A. (2003, July). Understanding the wing. Canadian Owners and Pilots Association
Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2.

Talleur, D. A. (2003, August). Aviation myths. Canadian Owners and Pilots Association Flight
Safety Bulletin, C-2.

Talleur, D. A. (2003, September). When rules of thumb fail! Canadian Owners and Pilots
Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2, C-3.

Talleur, D. A. (2003, October). When the lights go out, complete electrical failure! Canadian
Owners and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2, C-3.

Talleur, D. A. (2003, November). Effects of g-loading on the aircraft and pilot (part 1). Canadian
Owners and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2, C-3.

Talleur, D. A. (2003, December). G-loading effects on airplane and pilot (part 2). Canadian
Owners and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2, C-4.

Talleur, D. A. (2004, January). Flight into unfamiliar country: Flying instrument approaches in
the U.S. Canadian Owners and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2, C-3.

Talleur, D. A. (2004, February). Piloting around clouds. Canadian Owners and Pilots
Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2, C-4.

Talleur, D. A. (2004, March). Hands-on learning. Canadian Owners and Pilots Association
Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2.

Talleur, D. A. (2004, April). Transfer of training in aviation: Part I. Canadian Owners and Pilots
Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2, C-5.




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Talleur, D. A. (2004, May). Transfer of training in aviation: Part II. Canadian Owners and Pilots
Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2.

Talleur, D. A. (2004, June). Multiengine training for instructors. Canadian Owners and Pilots
Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2, C-5.

Talleur, D. A. (2004, July). Looking for performance. Canadian Owners and Pilots Association
Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2, C-3.

Talleur, D. A. (2004, August). Training like the pros! Canadian Owners and Pilots Association
Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2.

Talleur, D. A. (2004, September). Obstacle clearance. Canadian Owners and Pilots Association
Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2.

Talleur, D. A. (2004, October). High elevation airport arrivals and departures. Canadian Owners
and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2.

Talleur, D. A. (2004, November). Aeronautical origins. Canadian Owners and Pilots Association
Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2, C-4.

Talleur, D. A. (2004, December). Here comes the glass! Canadian Owners and Pilots
Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2.

Talleur, D. A. (2005, January). Performance planning: Checking your figures. Canadian Owners
and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2, C-4.

Talleur, D. A. & Martin, S. A. (2005, February). Instrument coping strategies. Canadian Owners
and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2.

Talleur, D. A. & Thomas, R. L. (2005, March). Mechanics of precipitation: Will it be rain, sleet,
snow, or hail? Canadian Owners and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2, C-4.

Talleur, D. A. (2005, April). Behind the scenes of the VOR. Canadian Owners and Pilots
Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2, C-4.

Talleur, D. A. (2005, May). The jetstream: Not as mysterious as it seems! Canadian Owners and
Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2, C-4.

Talleur, D. A. (2005, June). Understanding NDBs and ADFs. Canadian Owners and Pilots
Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2, C-5.

Talleur, D. A. (2005, July). Using simulators effectively. Canadian Owners and Pilots
Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2, C-5.




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Talleur, D. A. (2005, August). Accident scenes: Learn from the statistics. Canadian Owners and
Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2, C-5.

Talleur, D. A. (2005, October). Aeronautical decision making skills. Canadian Owners and
Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2, C-4.

Talleur, D. A. (2005, November). Floaters and spine crushers: The problems of landings.
Canadian Owners and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2, C-4.

Talleur, D. A. (2005, December). Who has the traffic in sight? Canadian Owners and Pilots
Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2, C-4.

Talleur, D.A. (2006, January). Preparing for aircraft for safe flight: Deicing and anti-icing on the
ground. Canadian Owners and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2, C-4.

Talleur, D.A. (2006, February). The Creep Philosophy: Factors affecting crash survivability.
Canadian Owners and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2, C-4.

Talleur, D.A. (2006, March). The world of weather part 1: The composition of the atmosphere.
Canadian Owners and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2, C-5.

Talleur, D.A., Thomas, R.L. (2006, April). The world of weather part 2. Circulation. Canadian
Owners and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2, C-3.

Talleur, D.A., Thomas, R.L. (2006, May). The world of weather – Part 3: Frontal weather.
Canadian Owners and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2, C-4.

Talleur, D.A. (2006, June) The world of weather part 4: Frontal weather. Canadian Owners and
Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2, C-8.

Talleur, D.A. (2006, July) The world of weather part 5: Weather prediction for pilots. Canadian
Owners and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2, C-4.

Talleur, D.A. (2006, August) Glide considerations: manoevres, variables affecting performance.
Canadian Owners and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2, C-5.

Talleur, D.A. (2006, Septmeber) If you’ve flown one, you’ve flown them all! Or have you?
Canadian Owners and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2, C-3.

Talleur, D.A. (2006, October) Ready to fly: Inspect anything and everything that is visible.
Canadian Owners and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2, C-3.

Talleur, D.A. (2006, November) Avoiding ground incursions and operational error. Canadian
Owners and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2, C-3.




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Talleur, D.A. (2006, December) Frosted airplanes can shorten your life. Canadian Owners and
Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, C-2, C-3.

Talleur, D.A. (2007, January) Recommendations for keeping your aircraft secure. Canadian
Owners and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, B-3, B-4.

Talleur, D.A. (2007, February) How to fail a checkride. Canadian Owners and Pilots Association
Flight Safety Bulletin, B-3, B-4.

Talleur, D.A. (2007, April) Landing safely every time. Canadian Owners and Pilots Association
Flight Safety Bulletin, B-3, B-4.

Talleur, D.A. (2007, May) The difference between heroes and casualties. Canadian Owners and
Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, B-3.

Talleur, D.A. (2007, June) Successful ILS approaches: When to look up! Canadian Owners and
Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, B-3, B-4.

Talleur, D.A. (2007, July) Summertime Performance Consideration. Canadian Owners and
Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, B-3, B-4.

Talleur, D.A. (2007, August) Aviation Museums: The learning continues. Canadian Owners and
Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, B-3, B-4.

Talleur, D.A. (2007, September) Human factors in aircraft design. Canadian Owners and Pilots
Association Flight Safety Bulletin, B-3, B-4.

Talleur, D.A. (2007, October) Migratory birds constitute a real hazard. Canadian Owners and
Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, B-3, B-4.

Talleur, D.A. (2007, November) Rules and tips for minimizing icing hazards. Canadian Owners
and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, B-3.

Talleur, D.A. (2007, December) Beware of jet blast. Canadian Owners and Pilots Association
Flight Safety Bulletin, B-3, B-4.

Talleur, D.A. (2008, January) Using weather radar imagery. Canadian Owners and Pilots
Association Flight Safety Bulletin, B-3, B-4.

Talleur, D.A. (2008, February) Utilizing weather satellite imagery. Canadian Owners and Pilots
Association Flight Safety Bulletin, B-3, B-4.

Talleur, D.A. (2008, March) Let’s take a look at propeller efficiency. Canadian Owners and
Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, B-3, B-4.




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Talleur, D.A. (2008, April) Short field landings. Canadian Owners and Pilots Association Flight
Safety Bulletin, B-3, B-4.

Talleur, D.A. (2008, May) Accidents: absent defenses. Canadian Owners and Pilots Association
Flight Safety Bulletin, B-3.

Talleur, D.A. (2008, June) Accidents: the pointy end of the spear. Canadian Owners and Pilots
Association Flight Safety Bulletin, B-3, B-4.

Talleur, D.A. (2008, July) Safety Alert: Controlled flight into terrain, Canadian Owners and
Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, B-3, B-4.

Talleur, D.A. (2008, August) Soaring cost of aviation fuel got you down?, Canadian Owners and
Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, B-3, B-4.

Talleur, D.A. (2008, September) Pilots. How they love their gadgets, Canadian Owners and
Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, B-5, B-6.

Talleur, D.A. (2008, October) Securing aircraft in the field, Canadian Owners and Pilots
Association Flight Safety Bulletin, B-3, B-4.

Talleur, D.A. (2008, November) Magneto switches and turn coordinators, Canadian Owners and
Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, B-3, B-4.

Talleur, D.A. (2008, December) Aerodynamic myths and the NASA myth busters, Canadian
Owners and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, B-3, B-4.

Talleur, D.A. (2009, January) Oxygen issues for general aviation pilots, Canadian Owners and
Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, B-3, B-4.

Talleur, D.A. (2009, February) Eyes and ears open please!, Canadian Owners and Pilots
Association Flight Safety Bulletin, B-3, B-4.

Talleur, D.A. (2009, March) Do you know what your mechanic is doing? Canadian Owners and
Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, B-3, B-4.

Talleur, D.A. (2009, April) The fix is only as good as the writeup. Canadian Owners and Pilots
Association Flight Safety Bulletin, B-4, B-5.

Talleur, D.A. (2009, May) Distance measuring equipment (DME) inside and out. Canadian
Owners and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, B-4, B-5.

Talleur, D.A. (2009, June) The language barrier to safe piloting. Canadian Owners and Pilots
Association Flight Safety Bulletin, B-3, B-4.




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Talleur, D.A. (2009, July) Pounding it on, and other hard landings. Canadian Owners and Pilots
Association Flight Safety Bulletin, B-5, B-6.

Talleur, D.A. (2009, August) How young is too young? Pilot age and experience. Canadian
Owners and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, B-5, B-6.

Talleur, D.A. (2009, September) Gentle touch key for softfield landings. Canadian Owners and
Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, B-5, B-6.

Talleur, D.A. (2009, October) Revisiting Collision avoidance procedures. Canadian Owners and
Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, B-5, B-6.

Talleur, D.A. (2009, November) Instrument tips for safe flight. Canadian Owners and Pilots
Association Flight Safety Bulletin, B-5, B-6.

Talleur, D.A. (2009, December) The aerodynamics of a spin? Canadian Owners and Pilots
Association Flight Safety Bulletin, B-5, B-6.

Talleur, D.A. (2010, January) Is your induction system prone to icing hazard? Canadian Owners
and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, B-5, B-6.

Talleur, D.A. (2010, February) Aircraft operations on contaminated runways Canadian Owners
and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, B-5, B-6.

Talleur, D.A. (2010, March) Visual illusions in flight: Know what to look for. Canadian Owners
and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, B-5, B-6.

Talleur, D.A. (2010, April) Too tired to fly? Canadian Owners and Pilots Association Flight
Safety Bulletin, B-5, B-6.

Talleur, D.A. (2010, May) Simulator upset training vs. situation awareness training. Canadian
Owners and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, B-5, B-6.

Talleur, D.A. (2010, June) Spatial Disorientation: Cues and Consequences. Canadian Owners
and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, B-5, B-6.

Talleur, D.A. (2010, July) Spatial Disorientation: Mitigating the risks. Canadian Owners and
Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, B-5, B-6.

Talleur, D.A. (2010, August) Ehtics and aviation: dilemmas frequently arise. Canadian Owners
and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, B-5, B-6.

Talleur, D.A. (2010, September) Assessing check ride readiness. Canadian Owners and Pilots
Association Flight Safety Bulletin, B-5, B-6.




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Talleur, D.A. (2010, October) Asking for trouble: Flight through thunderstorms. Canadian
Owners and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, B-5, B-6.

Talleur, D.A., Wofford, M.G. (2010, November) Frames of reference for flight instructing.
Canadian Owners and Pilots Association Flight Safety Bulletin, B-6, B-7.

Talleur, D.A. (2010, December) Night flying primer: pilot and aircraft equipment. Canadian
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