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The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine
Board On Behavioral Cognitive and Sensory Sciences
Board On Behavioral Cognitive and Sensory Sciences
Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education
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Understanding Narratives for National Security Purposes:
A Workshop 
 January 24, 2018
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Agenda / Workshop Website

 
  
Overview of Events

Sujeeta Bhatt, National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine
  
Welcome
Paul Sackett, University of Minnesota
  
Sponsor Perspective

 William "Bruno" Millonig,
Office of the Director of National Intelligence
 
  

 
     
 
Opening Remarks

Carmen Medina, MedinAnalytics, LLC
 
Panel 1: Introduction to Narrative Research in the Social and Behavioral Sciences

Jeffrey Johnson, University of Florida &
Betty Sue Flowers, University of Texas, Austin
Moderator Opening Remarks
 
Panel 1: Introduction to Narrative Research in the Social and Behavioral Sciences

Roberto Franzosi, Emory University
 
  

 
     
 
Panel 1: Introduction to Narrative Research in the Social and Behavioral Sciences

Mark Turner, Case Western University
 
Panel 1: Introduction to Narrative Research in the Social and Behavioral Sciences

James Pennebaker, University of Texas
 
Panel 1: Introduction to Narrative Research in the Social and Behavioral Sciences
Michael Bamberg, Clark University
 
  

 
     
 
Panel 1: Introduction to Narrative Research in the Social and Behavioral Sciences
Discussion and Q&A
 
Panel 2: Why Study Narrative? 

Carmen Medina, MedinAnalytics, LLC &
David Matsumoto, San Francisco State University
Moderator Opening Remarks
 
Panel 2: Why Study Narrative? 

Michael Dahlstrom, Iowa State University
 
  

 
     
 
Panel 2: Why Study Narrative? 

Pauline Cheong, Arizona State University
 
Panel 2: Why Study Narrative? 
Mark Turner, Case Western University
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Discussion and Q&A
 
Panel 3: Artificial Intelligence and Other Emerging Technologies

Doug Randall, Protagonist &
Sara Cobb, George Mason University
Moderator Opening Remarks
 
  

 
     
 
Panel 3: Artificial Intelligence and Other Emerging Technologies

Michael Young, University of Utah
 
Panel 3: Artificial Intelligence and Other Emerging Technologies


Catherine Tejeda, Parenthetic
  
Panel 3: Artificial Intelligence and Other Emerging Technologies

Discussion Q&A
 
  

 
     
 
Panel 4: Narrative and Power

Jeffrey Johnson, University of Florida &
Sara Cobb, George Mason University
Moderator Opening Remarks
  
Panel 4: Narrative and Power
James Phelan, The Ohio State University
  
Panel 4: Narrative and Power

Debra Louison Lavoy, Narrative Builders
 
   

 
   
 
Panel 4: Narrative and Power

Michael Bamberg, Clark University
 
Panel 4: Narrative and Power

Discussion and Q&A
 
Summative Comments

Carmen Medina, MedinAnalytics, LLC
Moderator Opening Remarks
 
   

 
   
 
Summative Comments
Karen Monaghan, Central Intelligence Agency (Retired)
 
Summative Comments
Josh Kerbel, National Intelligence University
 
Summative Comments
Discussion and Q&A
 
   

 
   
 
Closing Remarks
Carmen Medina, MedinAnalytics, LLC
     








 
 
 

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