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Y day at security checkpoints is such that developing interventions aimedY day at security checkpoints is such that developing interventions aimed at improving screening effectiveness deserves to be prioritized. These can seek to improve the available technology, strengthen the training provided to security personnel or develop ad hoc assessment and evaluation tools to help optimize the matc
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Nment to G4S's poor practices in handling the candidatesNment to G4S's poor practices in handling the candidates). The costs associated with the lastminute recruitment and overtime work of security professionals might have been partly avoided if tools enabling a fast and agile assessment for the recruitment and training of large numbers of ad hoc security personnel had been available. Securi
Nment to G4S's poor practices in handling the candidatesNment to G4S's poor practices in handling the candidates). The costs associated with the lastminute recruitment and overtime work of security professionals might have been partly avoided if tools enabling a fast and agile assessment for the recruitment and training of large numbers of ad hoc security personnel had been available. Securi
Nment to G4S's poor practices in handling the candidatesNment to G4S's poor practices in handling the candidates). The costs associated with the lastminute recruitment and overtime work of security professionals might have been partly avoided if tools enabling a fast and agile assessment for the recruitment and training of large numbers of ad hoc security personnel had been available. Securi
Hese factors interact to produce a pleasurable response. Neuroimaging studies suggestHese factors interact to produce a pleasurable response. Neuroimaging studies suggest that the response is the product of a coordinated effort between various regions of the brain known to be involved in emotional recognition, conscious feeling, aesthetic judgment, and reward processing. Future studies, in p
Hese factors interact to produce a pleasurable response. Neuroimaging studies suggestHese factors interact to produce a pleasurable response. Neuroimaging studies suggest that the response is the product of a coordinated effort between various regions of the brain known to be involved in emotional recognition, conscious feeling, aesthetic judgment, and reward processing. Future studies, in p
Eatures are influenced by individual differences in neurobiology, personal experiences, and contextual characteristics.NIH-PA Author Manuscript NIH-PA Author Manuscript NIH-PA Author ManuscriptAcknowledgmentsThis research was supported in part by NIMH 1K01MH073717-01A2 (DAGD)NIH Public AccessAuthor ManuscriptMem Cognit. Author manuscript; available in PMC 2013 January 24.Published in final e
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