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Spy High: The Secret Of Secret Russian Agents, Editor Jul 2010

Spy High: The Secret Of Secret Russian Agents, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses Russian spying the United States, the psychology of espionage, and how spying as such may be part of the human condition.


The Birds And The Bees: Sex And Personnel Security, Editor Mar 2010

The Birds And The Bees: Sex And Personnel Security, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses gender identity and sexual activity as they relate to security personnel in the context of espionage.


An Intractable Problem With The Security Classification Of Information, Editor Sep 2003

An Intractable Problem With The Security Classification Of Information, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article identifies an infrequently discussed but highly significant problem with the protection of information for security purposes.


Personnel Security: The Challenge Of Personality, Editor Aug 2003

Personnel Security: The Challenge Of Personality, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes the construct of personality and identifies problems of the construct for application to viable personnel security programs on land, on and under the seas, in the sky, and in space.


Vestiges Of Communism And Personnel Security, Editor Sep 2002

Vestiges Of Communism And Personnel Security, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article illustrates several interpretive difficulties in employing personnel security criteria in the context of national security.


Special Article: Recommendations For Optimal Personnel Security In The Cyberworld, Editor Aug 2002

Special Article: Recommendations For Optimal Personnel Security In The Cyberworld, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article considers the social construction of recommendations for personnel security in the context of a global cyberworld.


Musings On One Who Got Away: Personnel Security, Counterintelligence, And Edward Lee Howard, Editor Aug 2002

Musings On One Who Got Away: Personnel Security, Counterintelligence, And Edward Lee Howard, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes several concerns with the United States Government's (USG) approach to minimizing betrayal by its personnel who are entrusted with security clearances, special access to sensitive information, and sensitive positions.


Trends. Personnel Security And Counterintelligence: No Evidence Of Racial Bias As Racism, Editor Aug 2001

Trends. Personnel Security And Counterintelligence: No Evidence Of Racial Bias As Racism, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article discusses the concepts of race and racial bias in the context of espionage investigations carried out by the US Department of Energy (DOE) and the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).


Latrogenic Insecurity: A Legacy Of Marie Jahoda, Editor May 2001

Latrogenic Insecurity: A Legacy Of Marie Jahoda, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes the security relevance of an article published 45 years ago by the recently deceased social psychologist, Marie Jahoda.


More Spy Games: A Problem With Credibility Of Sources For Counterintelligence And Personnel Security, Editor Mar 2001

More Spy Games: A Problem With Credibility Of Sources For Counterintelligence And Personnel Security, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article identifies implications of recent meta-evaluations of psychological assessment methods for attempts at identifying individuals who are committing treason or otherwise violating security policies.


An Update On The Political Psychology Of Sex And Personnel Security, Editor Dec 2000

An Update On The Political Psychology Of Sex And Personnel Security, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes the positive and negative contributions of scientific psychology to the interface of sexual orientation and personnel security.


Trends. Psychologies Of Personnel Security And Counterintelligence Failure: Racism, Satisficing, And Wen Ho Lee, Editor Oct 2000

Trends. Psychologies Of Personnel Security And Counterintelligence Failure: Racism, Satisficing, And Wen Ho Lee, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article discusses issues surrounding the actions of Mr. Wen Ho Lee in the context of espionage, treason, and national security as well as racial profiling and the problems with conducting counterintelligence.


The Psychology Of Ethics And Morality: Implications For Personnel Security And Counterintelligence, Editor Aug 2000

The Psychology Of Ethics And Morality: Implications For Personnel Security And Counterintelligence, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes various psychological research approaches that might help manage ethical and moral vulnerabilities related to intentional security violations in political organizations.


The Psychology Of Espionage: Contemporary Commentary, Editor Aug 2000

The Psychology Of Espionage: Contemporary Commentary, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article provides commentary on some of the common personnel security and counterintelligence criteria employed to minimize espionage within a political organization. The article takes as a point of departure "Security and Motivational Factors in Espionage" by Mr. Terry Thompson in the July 2000 The Intelligencer.


The Classifieds And Classified Information: Lee And Deutch Redux, Editor Feb 2000

The Classifieds And Classified Information: Lee And Deutch Redux, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes positive and negative security implications of classifying information.


Human Fallacies And Personnel Security: James Deutch And Wen Ho Lee, Editor Feb 2000

Human Fallacies And Personnel Security: James Deutch And Wen Ho Lee, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes psychological phenomena that can easily subvert personnel security standards in government, the military, and business.


Conflation Of Character And Susceptibility For Treason: Birds Of A Feather Or Strange Birds?, Editor Oct 1999

Conflation Of Character And Susceptibility For Treason: Birds Of A Feather Or Strange Birds?, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article explores the possibility that a conflation of character and susceptibility to treason is harmful to personnel security programs.


Can One Control People Who Can't Control Themselves? A Personnel Security Challenge, Editor Jul 1999

Can One Control People Who Can't Control Themselves? A Personnel Security Challenge, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article identifies a psychological phenomenon that is often ignored, discounted, and/or mismanaged within the personnel security programs of government and business.


Spying For Friends As An Unfriendly Act: Another Review Of The Pollard Case, Editor Nov 1998

Spying For Friends As An Unfriendly Act: Another Review Of The Pollard Case, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes some negative consequences of an intelligence analyst from Country A providing classified information to allied Country B in an unauthorized fashion.


Sexual Seduction, Illicit Sex, And Licit Sex: International And National Leaders As Targets Of Intelligence Operations, Editor Sep 1998

Sexual Seduction, Illicit Sex, And Licit Sex: International And National Leaders As Targets Of Intelligence Operations, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes the varied consequences that could be achieved by a hostile intelligence service through effecting the sexual seduction of an international or national leader or through exploiting ongoing illicit or licit sex engaged in by that leader.


The Psychology Of Intent: Problems For Personnel Security And Counterintelligence Personnel May 1998

The Psychology Of Intent: Problems For Personnel Security And Counterintelligence Personnel

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes the psychology of intent as it applies to individuals who have violated some aspect of security prescriptions or proscriptions.


The Psychology Of Moral Judgment: Further Complexities For Personnel Security Programs Mar 1998

The Psychology Of Moral Judgment: Further Complexities For Personnel Security Programs

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes psychological research that complicates the personnel security quest to minimize intentional violations of law, regulation, and procedure.