The following article provides an overview of the research psychology capabilities within MOD's Defence Science Technology Laboratory (Dstl). An explanation is provided of the role of Dstl psychologists and the way they work to deliver impacting applied scientific research to address 'real world' defence and security challenges. Three short case studies are provided to illustrate the range of work they delivered.
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Correction notice This article has been corrected since it was published Online First. The 'Correspondence to' address was incorrect and abbreviation of 'Dstl' was also incorrect throughout the article.
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