Appendix A
Contents
Intelligence Analysis: Behavioral and Social Scientific Foundations

PART I:
INTRODUCTION

1

Analysis in the U.S. Intelligence Community: Missions, Masters, and Methods

 

Thomas Fingar

PART II:
ANALYTIC METHODS

2

Operations Research and Intelligence Analysis

 

Edward H. Kaplan

3

Applications of Game Theory in Support of Intelligence Analysis

 

Bruce Bueno de Mesquita

4

Use of Signal Detection Theory as a Tool for Enhancing Performance and Evaluating Tradecraft in Intelligence Analysis

 

Gary H. McClelland

5

Qualitative Analysis for the Intelligence Community

 

Kiron K. Skinner

PART III:
ANALYSTS

6

Individual Reasoning

 

Barbara A. Spellman



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Appendix A Contents Intelligence Analysis: Behavioral and Social Scientific Foundations PART I: INTRODUCTION 1 Analysis in the U.S. Intelligence Community: Missions, Masters, and Methods Thomas Fingar PART II: ANALYTIC METHODS 2 Operations Research and Intelligence Analysis Edward H. Kaplan 3 Applications of Game Theory in Support of Intelligence Analysis Bruce Bueno de Mesquita 4 Use of Signal Detection Theory as a Tool for Enhancing Performance and Evaluating Tradecraft in Intelligence Analysis Gary H. McClelland 5 Qualitative Analysis for the Intelligence Community Kiron K. Skinner PART III: ANALYSTS 6 Individual Reasoning Barbara A. Spellman 

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 INTELLIGENCE ANALYSIS FOR TOMORROW 7 Intuitive Theories of Behavior as Inputs to Analysis Hal Arkes and James Kajdasz 8 Group Processes in Intelligence Analysis Reid Hastie 9 Social Categorization and Intergroup Dynamics Catherine H. Tinsley PART IV: ORGANIZATIONS 10 Communicating About Analysis Baruch Fischhoff 11 Structuring Accountability Systems in Organizations: Key Trade-offs and Critical Unknowns Philip E. Tetlock and Barbara A. Mellers 12 Workforce Effectiveness: Acquiring Human Resources and Developing Human Capital Steve W.J. Kozlowski 13 Implementing Change: Organizational Challenges Amy Zegart