18 Identify the hazardous attitude or characteristic a remote pilot displays while taking risks in order to impress others?
B. Invulnerability.
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From: FAA-H-8083-25B "Pilot's Handbook of Aeronautical Knowledge"

Page 2-5, Hazardous Attitudes and Antidotes

"Being fit to fly depends on more than just a pilot’s physical condition and recent experience. For example, attitude affects
the quality of decisions. Attitude is a motivational predisposition to respond to people, situations, or events in a given
manner. Studies have identified five hazardous attitudes that can interfere with the ability to make sound decisions and
exercise authority properly: anti-authority, impulsivity, invulnerability, macho, and resignation."
Invulnerability: “It won’t happen to me.”
Many people falsely believe that accidents happen to others, but never to them. They know accidents can happen, and they know that anyone can be affected. However, they never really feel or believe that they will be personally involved. Pilots who think this way are more likely to take chances and increase risk.
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