Physiology

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Domains Of Learning
The domains of learning provide a framework for instructors to teach within the cognitive, affective, and psychomotor domain.
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Maintaining Orientation
Our sense of orientation is probably one of the greatest abilities of the human body. The world's ability to manipulate and lie to this ability is probably one of its greatest weaknesses. 
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The IMSAFE Checklist
The IMSAFE checklist is a personal checklist to help pilots determine if they are physically, mentally, and emotionally ready to perform the duties of flight.
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The Complete Guide To Aircraft Decompressions
Decompressions affect the human body physiologically and generally fall into three categories: Explosive, Rapid, or Gradual.
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Types Of Hypoxia
Hypoxia is a state of oxygen deficiency in the body, resulting in impaired brain and organ functions. Hypoxia causes a reduction in mental capacity, resulting in potentially life-threatening errors in the flight environment.
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