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FAA Recruiting Pilots at AirVenture for Research Study

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A PAID FAA research study is seeking pilots who will be at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh in 2023. The FAA requires pilots (18+) with a current Class I, II, or III (not BasicMed) medical certification, at least one flight in the last six months (including time spent training in a simulator), and both. Payment for the study session, which lasts roughly 4 hours and pays $300, $400, or $500 (depending on the medical certification class), is given out right afterwards.

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To participate, you must complete two computerised cognitive tests covering abilities like working memory, attention, mental rotation, and multitasking. The FAA IRB has given its clearance to this study. For these computerised assessments, the aim of this project is to collect pilot normative data.

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Following a medical event (such as a stroke, head injury, or certain medications), the FAA performs these tests to recertify pilots for flying. The findings of this study will help guarantee that aeromedical decision-making is supported by the most up-to-date scientific evidence and will improve the safety of the national airspace system.FAA Cognitive Test PAID Study (Cogstudy) FAQs.

To schedule, click the link below and complete the short form to select your top two preferred dates and times.

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