Cultivating (not Finding) your Passion

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I didn’t know that Human Factors Psychology existed as a field until about four years ago when I took a course in Aviation Psychology. Since then, I’ve spent a year working in the Human Factors department at an airline and two years in a Human Factors Ph.D. program. This field has become my passion.

1. Engage, even if it means moving out of your comfort zone.

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2. Be mindful of your experiences.

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3. Talk and Discuss

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Aviation Geek | Grad student — writing to take a break from writing | Making Human Factors accessible one article at a time

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