JOHN B. MINER currently has a professional practice in Eugene, Oregon, specializing in industrial psychology, human resource management, and entrepreneurship. He has an undergraduate degree in psychology from Princeton University, a master's degree in clinical psychology from Clark University, and a Ph.D. in personality theory and clinical psychology from Princeton. After holding research positions as a psychologist at Columbia University and The Atlantic Refining Company, he served on the faculties of the University of Oregon, the University of Maryland, Georgia State University, and the State University of New York (SUNY) at Buffalo. At SUNY he held the Donald S. Carmichael chair in human resources, was director of the Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership, and chaired his department. He has been awarded the honor of Fellow status by five professional organizations, has been Editor of the Academy of Management Journal, and was President of the Academy of Management. His prior publications include 37 books and monographs, well over 100 articles and book chapters, and several psychological tests.
MICHAEL H. CAPPS is Director of the Department of Defense Polygraph Institute, where he is responsible for the training of all federal examiners in forensic psychophysiology, has oversight of all research within the Defense Department related to detection of deception, and is the principal advisor to the Office of the Secretary of Defense on polygraph policy. He earned his B.S. in social science from Troy State University and his M.S. in applied psychology from the University of Baltimore. Previously he was a member of the executive council of Argenbright Holdings, Ltd. of Atlanta, Georgia, one of the nation's largest security companies, while holding positions as President of Argenbright Polygraph, Inc. and of a psychological testing subsidiary. Subsequently, after