Despite its desire to achieve cognitive dominance for multi-domain operations, the Army has yet to develop fully and adopt the concept of cognitive performance enhancement. This article provides a comprehensive assessment of the Army’s efforts in this area, explores increasing demands on soldier cognition, and compares the Army’s current approach to its adversaries. Its conclusions will help US military and policy practitioners establish the culture and behaviors that promote cognitive dominance and success across multiple domains.
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Daniel J. Herlihy, "Cognitive Performance Enhancement for Multi-domain Operations," Parameters 52, no. 4 (2022), doi:10.55540/0031-1723.3188.