Analytic Rigor and Performance (ARP)
LAS research in Analytic Rigor & Performance (ARP) seeks to improve intelligence analysis and analytic outcomes by helping analysts balance the need for analytic rigor with real-world constraints such as timeliness and resources, as well as identifying factors and interventions that can enhance analytic performance. ARP considers the intelligence analysis decision-making space as a collective “joint cognitive system” of [analytic environment/mission + tools/systems used+ analyst/human] together, in order to identify pressures that can cause risks to analytic rigor when applied to underlying weak points in this system and to measure how appropriate interventions may strength the entire system.
- Johnston Analytics
- North Carolina State University Department of Psychology
- Resilient Cognitive Solutions
- Hunt Laboratory for Intelligence Research, University of Melbourne, Australia
For more information, please contact Dr. Christine Brugh – firstname.lastname@example.org