I'm doing a manned aircraft design and make it easy to fly by making it hard to enter a pilot induced oscillation (PIO). I got a range of natural oscillation frequencies for my design in pitch, roll, and yaw, and now I'm trying to see if the period of these frequencies fall close or far away from most people's reaction time. I searched on Google, but only got data on twitch time, which doesn't seem applicable for an aircraft where some muscle power will be needed, hence my asking this question.
My reasoning is that if it falls an order of magnitude below or above the reaction time of most pilots, the aircraft will be easy to fly (as long as it doesn't go through extreme high G maneuvers). An additional question I have related to this is, how can one design an aircraft to make it difficult for pilots to enter PIO's?