ERTAC

AcronymDefinition
ERTACEmergency Response Training Advisory Committee (California; Emergency Responders Act; enacted 2002)
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According to Kadir Ertac Celik, an adviser on security policies at the Ankara Center for Crisis and Policy Studies (ANKASAM), the raid shows that Daesh militants were unexpectedly well-equipped and used sophisticated tactics beyond those traditionally employed by terror organizations.
Researchers have also manipulated beliefs by presenting information about other subjects' performance (e.g., Cason, Masters, and Sheremeta 2010; Dreber, von Essen, and Ranehill 2014; Ertac and Szentes 2010; Wozniak, Harbaugh, and Mayr 2014), and by using real-effort tasks that are less stereotypically male (e.g., Grosse and Riener 2010; Kamas and Preston 2009; Shurchkov 2012; Wozniak, Harbaugh, and Mayr 2014).
Kadir Ertac Celik, adviser on security issues at ANKASAM, a think tank in Ankara, said with Daesh facing near total defeat in Iraq and Syria, the terror group is searching for new targets and strategies.
However, it can also have adverse effects such as discouraging employees to exert effort as in the study by Ertac (2005).
Deprived of territory, Daesh had "resorted to classical terror incursions and individual acts by utilizing sleeper cells," said Kadir Ertac Celik, an adviser at the Ankara Center for Crisis and Policy Studies (ANKASAM), another think tank.
Turkey views the establishment of a Kurdish entity in northern Syria as a threat to its integrity and national security, said Kadir Ertac Celik, an adviser at the Ankara Center for Crisis and Policy Studies.