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Proceedings of the 7th Annual Symposium on the Role of Behavioral Science in Physical Security: The Human Element in Organizational Sensitivity   [open pdf - 8MB]

"These proceedings represent the papers presented during the 7th Annual Symposium on the Role of Behavioral Science in Physical Security: The Human Element in Organizational Sensitivity at the Naval Surface Weapons Center, White Oak, Maryland, 16-17 November 1982." Papers include: "Anomic Behavior and the American Soldier: Problem or Prospect?"; "Utility Considerations in Emotional Stability Monitoring For Nuclear Plant Personnel"; "Cognitive Complexity and Task Demand as Joint Indicators of Behavioral Reliability"; "Human Reliability as Factor in Security; New Approach to Security Analysis"; "Teaming Human and Artificial Intelligence for High Productivity Security Systems"; "Security System Operational Recording and Analysis"; "The Feasibility of a Light and Sound System for Delaying Intruders into Secure Facilities"; "The Man/Machine Interface As Interacted by the Ecology of the Security Person"; "You Have No Right to Make Me Think About This"; and "The De- ligitimation of Current Nuclear Policies Among Key American Elites."

Report Number:
Defense Nuclear Agency-TR-82-13; DNA-TR-82-13
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1982-11-16
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Public Domain
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Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC): http://www.dtic.mil/dtic/
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Symposium on the Role of Behavioral Science in Physical Security (7th Annual), The Human Element in Organizational Sensitivity. White Oak, Maryland. November 16-17,1982
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