Accession Number : ADP003239

Title :   Military Deception: A Clinical Psychological Analysis,

Corporate Author : ARMED FORCES MEDICAL INTELLIGENCE CENTER FORT DETRICK FREDERICK MD

Personal Author(s) : Bloom,R. W.

Report Date : APR 1984

Pagination or Media Count : 5

Abstract : This paper describes four clinical psychological contributions to the study and practice of military deception. First, inferential techniques yield five generic factors of deception: intention, behavior, perception, teleology, and systems. Second, reliability studies and causal modeling techniques applied to these factors are slowly leading to the development of a prescriptive, deception data base. Third, characteristics of those who deceive well versus those susceptible to deception are being identified through modified task analyses. Fourth, inferences are being made as to the reliability, validity, and deception potential of foreign research in behavioral sciences. The above have relevance for the selection, training, and performance of military deception planners and analysts. (Author)

Descriptors :   *Military psychology, Radio deception, Voice communications, Personnel selection, Military training, Performance(Human), Analysts, Military personnel, Military planning, Verbal behavior, Perception(Psychology), Reliability, Military applications, Military strategy, Artificial intelligence, Information exchange, Technology transfer, Symposia

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE