Focus and Scope

The domain of People and Behavior Analysis lies a scholarly expanse inviting contributions from the diverse tapestry of behavioral sciences. This platform serves as a conduit for original research inquiries delving into the intricate dynamics of human behavior within myriad contexts. It beckons studies exploring the behavioral intricacies within business and management landscapes, unraveling the complexities of organizational behavior. Additionally, it beckons investigations into the nuanced interplay of social and cultural influences, dissecting behavior in marketing, consumer psychology, the realms of behavioral economics and people behavior in Aviation Context. Expanding its scholarly purview, it delves into the sub-domain of industrial and educational psychology, social psychology, and the pivotal domain of sustainability behavior. Through a rigorous academic lens, this interdisciplinary exploration aims to enrich our comprehension of human behavior, offering scholarly discourse grounded in comprehensive literature yet accessible to a diverse spectrum of scholarly minds.

People and Behavior Analysis Interdisciplinary Context:

  • Behavior in Business and Management
  • Organizational behavior
  • Social and culture
  • Marketing
  • Behavioral economics
  • Green behavior
  • Industrial psychology
  • Educational psychology
  • Consumer behavior
  • Social psychology
  • Sustainability behavior

People & Behavior in Aviation Context

The People and Behavior Analysis journal now includes an aviation emphasis in its focus and scope, recognizing the unique and multifaceted nature of the aviation industry and its impact on human behavior. This expanded focus encompasses the following sub-areas:

  • Aviation Education: Research in this area explores the methodologies, outcomes, and challenges in the education and training of aviation professionals. This includes the analysis of teaching techniques, curriculum development, and the psychological aspects of pilot training.
  • Aircraft Technology: Scholars can investigate the impact of evolving aircraft technology on human behavior, such as the interface between humans and advanced systems, the psychological effects of automation, and the implications for pilot and crew performance.
  • Airport Management and Operation: This area covers studies on the organizational behavior within airport environments, including leadership, operational efficiency, and customer service. The focus extends to the interplay between technological advancements and human factors in airport operations.
  • Aviation Law: Research on aviation law examines legal frameworks governing the aviation industry, including regulations affecting safety, security, and liability. This area also addresses the ethical and behavioral implications of these legal structures on individuals and organizations.
  • Safety, Security, and Human Factors: Scholars are encouraged to explore the psychological and behavioral dimensions of aviation safety and security, including human error analysis, risk perception, and the development of safety protocols.
  • Aviation Vocational Education: This focuses on the vocational aspects of aviation, such as training for specific roles within the industry. Research may include the effectiveness of training programs, the psychological readiness of trainees, and the impact of vocational education on industry standards.
  • Aviation Business and Science: This area looks at the intersection of aviation and business practices, including airline management, financial operations, and market dynamics. Research may include studies on consumer behavior, marketing strategies, and the economic impact of aviation.
  • Aviation Navigation: Scholars can examine the technological and human aspects of aviation navigation, including the impact of navigation systems on pilot performance, cognitive load, and the psychological effects of flying different routes and airspaces.

By incorporating these sub-areas, the journal aims to provide a comprehensive platform for scholars to investigate the interplay between aviation and human behavior, fostering interdisciplinary research and contributing to the advancement of knowledge in the field. This emphasis aligns with the journal's broader goals of understanding human behavior across diverse contexts, offering scholars the opportunity to engage with emerging trends and challenges in the aviation industry.