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Data supporting: 'Quick coherence technique facilitating commercial pilots’ psychophysiological resilience to the impact of COVID-19'

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posted on 2022-11-23, 16:29 authored by Wenliang LiWenliang Li, Jingyi ZhangJingyi Zhang, Graham BraithwaiteGraham Braithwaite, Peter Kearney

Eighteen commercial pilots voluntarily participated in a two-day training on quick coherence technique (QCT) following a two-month self-regulated practicing QCT during the controlled rest breaks in the flight deck and day-to day life. There are subjective and objective assessments to evaluate the effects on QCT biofeedback. 

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wenchin.li@cranfield.ac.uk

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