Unconscious memories that can be retrieved into consciousness when necessary.
A hypothetical particle that always travels faster than light. The word comes from the Greek tachys, meaning rapid, quick, fast or swift.
That eerie sense that you have lived this before.
One plausible explanation based on current research is that Deja Vu may be an XM induced glimpse into an alternate reality.
Any object that has been made, modified, or used by people.
SATISFACTION OF SEARCH
A term from the field of radiology.
The phenomenon wherein the discovery of an interesting or anomalous fact prevents the observer from noticing the remaining important details of a system due to a false sense of completion.
The arm of the CIA responsible for espionage operations that utilize human assets.
Ancient carvings in rock which are believed to express artistic or religious meaning.
The Office of Technical Service
Formerly known as the Technical Services Division, OST is the CIA's technical arm of the Clandestine Service.
It is responsible for developing and deploying the tools required for covert operations.
An aspect of intelligence that involves the ability to solve problems and see complex relationships and patterns.
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An ad hoc collection of leading American scientists, researchers, and other technical experts assembled when necessary by the Office of Technical Services to consult on a unique or unexpected problem.
A spiritual tradition involving both healing as well as gaining contact with the spirit world.
A step-by-step process that provides correct answers to a particular type of problem.
An aspect of creativity characterized by the ability to produce appropriate albeit unusual solutions to problems.
A Navajo concept that indicates harmony, peace of mind and health of body and spirit.
The use of familiar information during the encoding of new information to enhance subsequent access to the new information in memory.
THE BARNUM EFFECT
The Forer Effect
People will regard descriptions of their personality as highly accurate if they believe the descriptions were tailored for them, even if the descriptions are vague generalizations.
A prediction made about a future behavior or event that modifies circumstances to produce what is expected.
The principle of controlling access to information so that it is available only to those with an official “need-to-know,” and only to the extent required for the performance of their duties.
The dimension of an auditory stimulus that exhibits the complexity of the sound's waves.
To change one's mind or loyalty frequently.
The peace of mind experienced after a pleasant dream.
Communications Intelligence. Usually gathered by interception and cryptanalysis, but also by the use of human operatives or physical access.
The quality of passing briefly through existence.
Signals Intelligence. An amalgamation of COMINT (Communications Intelligence) and ELINT (Electronic Intelligence). A form of surveillance dealing with all forms of transmitted data.
The determining of the age of artifacts based on the age of the geological formations in or around which they are discovered.
In the intelligence world, a code word denoting that the subject matter is highly sensitive.
The process of modification to better conform with new environmental conditions or another external stimulus.
FOLIE A DEUX
An altered cognitive or emotional state transferred between people who are closely associated with one another. A form of synergistic pareidolia.
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The psychological need to complete an unfinished task.
A strong emotional investment in a person, idea, or object.
A point of no return.