Task Assessing the Impact of Communication Delay on Performance: An Examination of Autonomous Operations Utilizing the International Space Station (Completed)
Last Published:  07/31/19 10:05:33 AM (Central)
Short Title: Comm Delay Assessment (Comm Delay ISTAR ISS)
Responsible HRP Element: Human Factors and Behavioral Performance
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Funding Status: Completed - Task completed and produced a deliverable
Procurement Mechanism(s):
Directed
Aims:

The overall aim of the proposed study is to determine whether the communications delays likely to be experienced on a mission to Mars will result in clinically or operationally significant decrements in crew behavior and performance.  As a first phase of a planned two-phase investigation, we hope to accomplish the following utilizing analog environments (which are further described below):

Aim 1:  Determine the feasibility and acceptability of conducting such a study in ground-based analogs and aboard the International Space Station.

Aim 2:  Determine if there is an association between delays in communication experienced during a Mars mission is associated with decrements in individual and crew behavior and performance

Aim 3: Identify confidence intervals for determining range of communication delays to be examined in subsequent ISS increments.

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RiskRisk of Adverse Cognitive or Behavioral Conditions and Psychiatric Disorders
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RiskRisk of Performance and Behavioral Health Decrements Due to Inadequate Cooperation, Coordination, Communication, and Psychosocial Adaptation within a Team
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RiskRisk of Performance Errors Due to Training Deficiencies
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