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Bored to Death: The psychological threats to situational awareness

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23 January 2019
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Bored to Death: The psychological threats to situational awareness

This document (2017) analyses the psychological threats (denial and distraction) to situational awareness, which it defines as ‘a building block of personal and collective security, useful in protecting against all types of threats, to include criminal, terrorist and intelligence threats’.

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