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Intelligence Science Board: Study on Educing Information

Intelligence Science Board: Study on Educing Information

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Published by Flavio Bernardotti

Scientific Papers
The Costs and Benefits of Interrogation in the Struggle Against Terrorism — Robert Coulam (pg. 7)
Approaching Truth: Behavioral Science Lessons on Educing Information from Human Sources — (Randy Borum pg. 17)
Research on Detection of Deception: What We Know vs. What We Think We Know — Gary Hazlett (pg. 45)
Mechanical Detection of Deception: A Short Review — Kristin E. Heckman and Mark D. Happel (pg. 63)
KUBARK Counterintelligence Interrogation Review: Observations of an Interrogator – Lessons Learned and Avenues for Further Research — Steven M. Kleinman (pg. 95)
Custodial Interrogations: What We Know, What We Do, and What We Can Learn from Law Enforcement Experiences — Ariel Neuman and Daniel Salinas-Serrano (pg. 141)
Barriers to Success: Critical Challenges in Developing a New Educing Information Paradigm — Steven M. Kleinman (pg. 235)

Scientific Papers
The Costs and Benefits of Interrogation in the Struggle Against Terrorism — Robert Coulam (pg. 7)
Approaching Truth: Behavioral Science Lessons on Educing Information from Human Sources — (Randy Borum pg. 17)
Research on Detection of Deception: What We Know vs. What We Think We Know — Gary Hazlett (pg. 45)
Mechanical Detection of Deception: A Short Review — Kristin E. Heckman and Mark D. Happel (pg. 63)
KUBARK Counterintelligence Interrogation Review: Observations of an Interrogator – Lessons Learned and Avenues for Further Research — Steven M. Kleinman (pg. 95)
Custodial Interrogations: What We Know, What We Do, and What We Can Learn from Law Enforcement Experiences — Ariel Neuman and Daniel Salinas-Serrano (pg. 141)
Barriers to Success: Critical Challenges in Developing a New Educing Information Paradigm — Steven M. Kleinman (pg. 235)

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Intelligence Science Board Study on Educing InformationPhase 1 Advisors
Robert A. Fein, Ph.D.
Chair of the Study and Member, Intelligence Science Board
Paul Lehner, Ph.D.
Senior Study Team Member, MITRE Corporation
Bryan Vossekuil
Senior Study Team Member, Counterintelligence Field Activity
Members of Government Experts Committeeon Educing Information
David Becker Defense Intelligence AgencyJohn Berglund Department of Homeland SecurityBrian Boetig Federal Bureau of InvestigationMichael Gelles, Psy.D Naval Criminal Investigative ServiceMichael Kremlacek U.S. Army IntelligenceRobert McFadden Counterintelligence Field ActivityC.A. Morgan III, M.D. Intelligence Technology Innovation CenterKenneth Rollins, Ph.D. Joint Personnel Recovery AgencyScott Shumate, Psy.D. Counterintelligence Field ActivityAndre Simons Federal Bureau of InvestigationJohn Wahlquist National Defense Intelligence College
Members of Intelligence Science Board Senior Advisory Group on Educing Information
Randall Fort
Vice President, Goldman Sachs
Dr. Paul Gray
Professor of Electrical Engineering and President Emeritus, MIT 
 
Dr. Margaret A. Hamburg
Senior Scientist, Nuclear Threat Initiative
Philip B. Heymann
 James Barr Ames Professor for Criminal Justice, Harvard University
Dr. Ernest May
Charles Warren Professor of History, Harvard University
Dr. Anthony G. Oettinger
Chairman, Program on Information Resources Policy, Harvard University
Dr. Ervin J. Rokke
President, Moravian College
About the Intelligence Science Board
Mission
The Intelligence Science Board was chartered in August 2002 and advises the Office of the Director of National Intelligence and senior Intelligence Community leaders on emerging scientific and technical issues of special importance to the Intelligence Community. The mission of the Board is to provide the Intelligence Community with outside expert advice and unconventional thinking, early notice of advances in science and technology, insight into new applications of existing technology, and special studies that require skills or organizational approaches not resident within the Intelligence Community. The Board also creates linkages between the Intelligence Community and the scientific and technical communities.
Impact
Board members initiate studies and assessments in topic areas where they believe that the Board’s interdisciplinary expertise and experience could benefit the Intelligence Community. In addition, the Board responds to tasking from the Associate Director of National Intelligence for Science and Technology and from the heads of elements of the Intelligence Community. All ISB tasks are mutually agreed to by the ISB and by the Associate Director of National Intelligence for Science and Technology. The Board’s procedures for developing and communicating its findings and advice will remain as flexible and informal as is possible, consistent with the mission.
Membership
The Board is composed of approximately 25 members whose range of expertise encompasses the physical and biological sciences, information technology and communications, information policy, and the law, among others.
 
EDUCING INFORMATION
Interrogation: Science and Art
Foundations for the Future
Intelligence Science BoardPhase 1 Report
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The views expressed in this book are those of the authors and do not reflect the official policy or position of the Department of Defense, the National Foreign Intelligence Community or the U.S. Government

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