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As a former US Army Intelligence Interrogator (they call 'em HUMINT Collectors now...), I would like to provide a few tips for surviving a law enforcement interrogation, and relate one of my experiences on the 'wrong end' of a law enforcement interrogation. First of all, nothing can prepare you for a military interrogation, and it is common knowledge, even expected, that well-trained soldiers may crack under the pressure of a fairly tame military interrogation. That said, law enforcement interrogations work under the same basic principals as military interrogations, but they are limited with regards to the level and intensity of physical interactions between police and suspects, and the fact that law enforcement must give you a lawyer eventually, and must at least appear superficially to be respecting a suspect's civil liberties.
Psychology is the study of the human mind and mental processes in relation to human behaviors - human nature. Due to its subject matter, psychology is not considered a 'hard' science, even though psychologists do experiment and publish their findings in respected journals. Some of the experiments psychologists have conducted over the years reveal things about the way we humans think and behave that we might not want to embrace, but which can at least help keep us humble. That's something.
Egyesület Az RSOE törekvése az információs és hírközlési társadalom kiépítése a legmodernebb technológiák alkalmazásával az állampolgárok biztonságának fokozásáért, úgy szárazföldön, mint vízen.
Posted by admin on Thursday, February 18, 2010 · 92 Comments Here are 15 plants that could clean your air for just the price of a few drops of water each day. First lets check some of the evidence behind the claim that plants can purify your household air: 1. NASA Research
Jim Templeton's photograph. The (also known as the and the ) refers to a photograph taken by Jim Templeton in 1964 at Burgh Marsh, situated near Burgh by Sands and overlooking the Solway Firth in Cumbria , England . Templeton claims the photograph shows a background figure wearing a space suit and insists that he did not see anyone present when the photograph was taken.
<img width="660" height="203" border="0" src="/images_blogs/wiredscience/images/2008/08/27/cues.jpg" title="Cues" alt="Cues" /> Scientists have demonstrated for the first time subconscious learning in humans akin to that detailed in rats and pigeons by the famed-behaviorist B.F. Skinner seventy years ago. The evidence comes from a cleverly designed experiment that eliminated conscious reasoning as a variable in conditioning. Study participants were shown a cue for less five hundredths of a second, far below the threshold for conscious vision.
curlygirly: There is surely no other profession where the management are so reviled by the rank and file, yet recruited exclusively from the rank and file. Well, not all those who post are actually FROM the "rank and file" either. curlygirly: Quite so MAJ, that's because everyone knows that THEY would do it differently if they were the head. What I can't understand is why there isn't a queue to become heads so they can shake the system up a bit.
The hedgehog's dilemma , or sometimes the porcupine dilemma , is an analogy about the challenges of human intimacy . It describes a situation in which a group of hedgehogs all seek to become close to one another in order to share heat during cold weather. They must remain apart, however, as they cannot avoid hurting one another with their sharp spines . Though they all share the intention of a close reciprocal relationship, this may not occur for reasons they cannot avoid. Both Arthur Schopenhauer and Sigmund Freud have used this situation to describe what they feel is the state of individual in relation to others in society.
...love Maegan: * Partial French Braid & Cascading Hair Tutorial *also known as the "Waterfall Braid" Fashion+Home+Lifestyle BlogI'm not the originator of this hair style but I've gotten so many requests for it, I thought I'd give it a go for you. I don't know what it's called either so I haven't researched it and/or found any other tutorials for it ...thus, this is my version of it, and I've dubbed it the Partial French Braid w/ Cascading Hair. The photos I've seen online show the braid a little more straight across the back of the head and mine sort of braids at an angle, similar to my side/low french braid up-do . I'm sure this is 100% easier to do on someone else's hair than your own but it goes pretty quickly once you get the hang of it ...I mean, it's my shortest hair video tutorial to date. That's gotta mean something, right ;) Enjoy.
NATO has poked the bear of the internet (which responded by announcing that it’s actually a hydra). Anthropomorphic confusion aside, a NATO security report about “Anonymous”—the mysterious “hacktivist” group responsible for attacks on MasterCard, Visa, PayPal, Amazon and, most recently, Sony —has led the underground group to respond by cautioning NATO, “This is no longer your world. It is our world – the people’s world.” ( More on TIME.com: Spain Nabs Alleged ‘Anonymous’ PlayStation Network Hackers ) NATO’s report, issued last month, warned about the rising tide of politically-motivated cyberattacks, singling out Anonymous as the most sophisticated and high-profile of the known hacktivist groups: