Charles W. Granderson

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The analysis of terrorism information requires sound human judgment amplified by well-integrated technical capabilities in the context of an intelligence mission. To that end, we present the first phase of our work to establish a methodology suitable for the study of terrorism analysis. We present an interdisciplinary approach built on a synthesis of(More)
In response to calls for research from the National Academy of Sciences, the U.S. Congress, and the U.S. Intelligence Community, we constructed a cognitive forensic framework to investigate methods to mitigate human observer bias and restore analytic objectivity. In this paper, we describe relevant research findings with a focus on the impact of relevance,(More)
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