The foundation of "Informative" Psychology
MENA Dubai 2003 Abstract
||Amani Bdulleh Ali
||Informative Psychology: It is one of the practical branches of Psychology where all the theories in the domains of national security, public and military intelligence are used. The psychological facts are used in training, orientation and against or for terrorism; either against the person, or against the organizations, and for negotiations among governments in order to stop a conflict against the power, land or justice; also for establishing the psychological foundations and techniques that are used by police, security and intelligence during interrogations, convocations, and for detainees or prisoners treatment in these organizations, in order to reach the psychological and professional agreement required.
The Psychologist: He is always present to prepare and train leaders of the army and directors of national and intelligence equipment and units, and to prepare colonels for psychological war and to provide moral orientation, and to help dealing with prisons and camps and all that's related to war situations.
The study's aims: To apply the foundations of Intelligence Psychology in the national military organizations and in reaching strategies that can be used practically and positively to reach human protection, human dignity and inner peace.
The study's method: It operates on gathering and analyzing some war data, specially the cold war, and treating family and detention issues. It works on measuring the consequences of national politics, and the peace making within the organizational institutions.
The study's results: How to apply the results of psychological studies in military and security administrations, and how to reach the psychological adjustment for officers or agents when psychology practice is the double sided sword that works in a strong way in building the individual and the nation, but that can contribute at the same time to destroying innocent people, or a whole population when used negatively. Therefore commitment to conditions and professional morals that guarantee each person's justice and absence of any psychological, physical, or material pressure under any circumstances is a must.
(This study was made under the request of some national organizations.)