This article describes a basic aspect of self-representation that may present strengths and weaknesses for the personnel security management and operational effectiveness of intelligence case officers and agents.
Weapons of Mass Destruction: A Psychological Commentary — February 13, 1998
This article describes a comprehensive approach to identifying psychological consequences of weapons of mass destruction, as well as psychological methods that can be employed to influence these consequences. This description should be viewed in the context of the quest to achieve political objectives that underlie military intervention and its threat.
What to Believe about What to Believe: Implications for Security Bureaucracies — February 13, 1998
This article describes psychological findings on the confidence of eyewitnesses for their own testimony and the reactions of jury members to eyewitness testimony. These findings are related to adjudications of alleged security violations.
Trends. Military Intervention against Iraq: A Script Analysis of the Opponents — February 13, 1998
The author discusses the public proponents of military intervention against Iraq if diplomacy fails and the far larger number of opponents to military intervention.