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1 INTRODUCTION
1.1 US Cultural Beliefs and HPM in the Military
1.2 New Potential due to Advances in Neuroscience
2 MILITARY UTILITY
2.1 Force-on-Force Dynamics Is Different from Olympic
2.1.1 Lanchester’s Law for Force-on-Force Engagements
2.1.2 Olympic Competition
2.1.3 But Aren’t the Special Forces Our Military Olympians?
2.2 Sleep Deprivation
large individual to individual variations
2.2.2 Animals show wide variety in sleeping times
2.2.3 Why do we need sleep: nobody knows
2.2.4 The military consequences of sleep deprivation
2.3 Statistics and Analysis
2.4 Erogogenic and Cognitive Supplements
2.4.1 Adulteration Threat
2.5 Summary
3 BRAIN PLASTICITY
3.1 CellularMechanisms Underlying Memory and Learn-
3.2 Training Effectiveness
3.3 Pharmaceutical Enhancement
3.3.1 Ampakines
3.3.2 Effects of ampakines on cognition
3.3.3 Continuing development of neuromodulators
3.4 Summary
4 BRAIN COMPUTER INTERFACE
4.1 Non-Invasive Brain-Computer Interface
4.2 Invasive Brain-computer Interfaces
4.3 Summary
5 SUMMARY
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Human Performance Modification: Exploitation by Adversaries

Human Performance Modification: Exploitation by Adversaries

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The tasking for this study was to evaluate the potential for adversaries to exploit advances in Human Performance Modification, and thus create a threat to national security. In making this assessment, we were asked to evaluate long-term scenarios. We have thus considered the present state of the art in pharmaceutical intervention in cognition and in brain-computer interfaces, and considered how possible future developments might proceed and be used by adversaries.
The tasking for this study was to evaluate the potential for adversaries to exploit advances in Human Performance Modification, and thus create a threat to national security. In making this assessment, we were asked to evaluate long-term scenarios. We have thus considered the present state of the art in pharmaceutical intervention in cognition and in brain-computer interfaces, and considered how possible future developments might proceed and be used by adversaries.

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