How does it feel to be the lone survivor of a helicopter crash?

Professor Robert Bor spoke on Canadian television recently about how people cope after surviving crashes where others lose their lives. You can see the clip here (click on the Robert Bor video link).

Robert Bor is a Consultant Psychologist with more than 25 years of clinical experience. As an aviation clinical psychologist with expertise in passenger and crew behaviour, he also provides a specialist consultation and assessment service for passengers who have a fear of flying, as well as to leading airlines for aircrew who suffer emotional problems.

He is the editor of three books published by Ashgate:

Aviation Mental Health Edited by Robert Bor and Todd Hubbard

Psychological Perspectives on Fear of Flying Edited by Robert Bor and Lucas van Gerwen

Passenger Behaviour Edited by Robert Bor

Robert Bor is also one of the key speakers at AVSEC World 2009 (10-12 November, 2009, Cape Town, South Africa).

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