Situation awareness (SA) is often, and rightly, toted as a way to avoid being victimized. But, telling somebody to develop SA is like sticking them in heavy traffic without any sort of defensive driving training. They'll eventually figure it out, but not before they have a couple of close calls or accidents. So, what training/exercises/drills can be used to develop SA? I've read Rory Miller's text on the monkey dance and predator types to help in reading situations, and Amanda Ripley's on crisis reactions. But, what else can be used to read/profile individuals? How do you 'notice' things faster and more frequently? How do you improve on the spot retention/recall? More effective on-the-go thinking?