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ICAT107Role of Analytic Bias and Logical Fallacies in Intelligence Analysis

Role of Analytic Bias and Logical Fallacies in Intelligence Analysis

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    ICAT107

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Dr. J. Keith Dunbar

Dr. J. Keith Dunbar is a former US Navy Intelligence Officer whose career culminated with a tour of duty at the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) as a Training Program Manager for its Academy of Defense Intelligence (ADI). Dr. Dunbar is a learning strategy, leadership development, integrated talent management, instructional design, e-learning and content delivery expert who provides technical leadership and direction for tasks and personnel in these areas of subject matter expertise. Dr. Dunbar has taught intelligence analysis courses in both the U.S. Navy and DIA.

Dr. Dunbar’s academic credentials include a Doctorate in Education from the University of Pennsylvania, a MS in Strategic Intelligence from the National Intelligence University, and a BA in Naval and Political Science earned at the University of New Mexico. Dr. Dunbar has also completed graduate certificate programs at the Wharton Business School’s executive education program in Business Leader Engagement, Learning Technology and Organizational Leadership.

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