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... ACommittee Activities In order to cover the disparate topics of our charge, the committee undertook a wide range of activities -- including commissioned papers, site visits to relevant field settings, and briefings by experts -- in addition to full committee meetings and reviews of the available literature. The committee met four times during 1989-1990, three of them at National Research Council facilities in Washington, D.C., and Irvine, California, and once at the Training Doctrine Command (TRADOC)
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... Most of the rest of the committee's work was carried out through subcommittees on specific topics. Our subcommittee organization tracks almost directly to the chapter organization of this report, and members wrote the initial draft chapters.
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... of California, Los Angeles, also prepared a paper, "Psychological Factors in the Management of Pain." Hiding and Detecting Deception Daniel Druckman and Ray Hyman constituted this subcommittee. The subcommittee made a site visit to Fort Belvoir, Virginia (January 1990)
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