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Trends. Disclosure Of Post-9-11 Arrestees And Maslow’S Hierarchy Of Needs, Editor Nov 2002

Trends. Disclosure Of Post-9-11 Arrestees And Maslow’S Hierarchy Of Needs, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This Trends article discusses the Maslowian hierarchy of needs in the context of 9-11 terrorist attacks and the relationship between executive and judicial branches of American government.


Commentary On “Conditions For Success And Failures Of Denial And Deception: Democratic Regimes”, Editor Oct 2002

Commentary On “Conditions For Success And Failures Of Denial And Deception: Democratic Regimes”, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article provides commentary on an essay written by Mr. Walt Jajko. Mr. Jajko’s essay was itself a commentary on an article published in the book, Strategic Denial and Deception, the Twenty First Century Challenge, that was edited by Roy Godson and James J. Wirtz and published by Transaction Publishers (2002).

Mr. Jajko was formerly assistant to the Secretary of Defense for Intelligence Oversight and director, Special Advisory Staff, Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Policy within the United States Government (USG).


The Societal Costs Of Surveillance: An Alternative View On Civil Liberties Constraints, Editor Sep 2002

The Societal Costs Of Surveillance: An Alternative View On Civil Liberties Constraints, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article explores some psychological phenomena bearing on the consequences of civil liberties constraints.


Trends. For Homeland Security, Against A Department Of Homeland Security, Editor Aug 2002

Trends. For Homeland Security, Against A Department Of Homeland Security, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article discusses national security as well as the addition of a new department – the Department of Homeland Security – as a psychological and political tactic.


Trends. The Political Psychology Of Indications And Warnings: The Meaning Of "Information To Prevent Terrorist Attacks", Editor May 2002

Trends. The Political Psychology Of Indications And Warnings: The Meaning Of "Information To Prevent Terrorist Attacks", Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article discusses alleged availability to the FBI of actionable intelligence prior to the 9/11 terrorist attacks.


Trends. Fetishism, Secrecy, And Security, Editor May 2002

Trends. Fetishism, Secrecy, And Security, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article discusses the Federation of American Scientists’ Secrecy News and how it characterized the Bush Administration’s stance towards the President’s Daily Brief as “fetishism.”


Truth Serum And Terrorism, Editor May 2002

Truth Serum And Terrorism, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes several epistemological--as opposed to ethical and moral--anxieties in administering drugs to individuals for the purpose of securing truths supporting the United States Government (USG)-declared war against terrorism with global research.


Breaches Of Homeland Security: Facile Conclusions, Editor May 2002

Breaches Of Homeland Security: Facile Conclusions, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article discusses homeland security breaches involving the United States General Accounting Office’s Office of Special Investigations.


Trends. The Color Of Terror, Editor Mar 2002

Trends. The Color Of Terror, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article discusses and evaluates Homeland Security's color-coded national alert system.