Accession Number : ADA956097

Title :   The Role of Behavioral Science in Physical Security: Proceedings of the Annual Symposium (2nd) Mar 23-24 1977.

Descriptive Note : Special publication,

Corporate Author : NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS GAITHERSBURG MD

Personal Author(s) : Kramer, Joel J.

Report Date : JUN 1978

Pagination or Media Count : 111

Abstract : This document contains the proceedings of the second annual symposium on 'The Role of Behavioral Science in Physical Security,' held in March 1977. The symposium provided a forum for presenting and discussing continuing current behavioral science contributions to physical security. Nine papers were given; timely questions and challenges were explored in an open discussion session at the end of the first day; and the symposium concluded with a panel session devoted to a synthesis of the material presented and a discussion of future research directions. Adversary characteristics; animal research; behavioral science; collusion; ergonomics; human factors; human reliability; physical security; physiological psychology; threat analysis; terrorism; training.

Descriptors :   *BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES, *SECURITY, SYMPOSIA, LAW ENFORCEMENT, ERGONOMICS, PERSONNEL SELECTION, TERRORISM, THREAT EVALUATION, TRAINING.

Subject Categories : Sociology and Law
      Government and Political Science
      Defense Systems
      Human Factors Engineering & Man Machine System
      Bionics

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE