Putting the human being in homeland security planning
from Homeland Security Today
Homeland Security officials at all levels of government would be wise to embrace the concept of human factors. As it relates to this article, human factors applies principles of psychology focused on designing products, plans and environments that enhance desired outcomes. That's a mouthful and academic-sounding. However, the application is real-world and accounts for what a human being may, and will do, in stressful situations.
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