Practical Aspects of Interview and Interrogation

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Taylor & Francis US, 2002 - 523 páginas
Opens with an overview of the interview and interrogation process and descriptions of approaches such as the good guy/bad guy, factual, and emotional approaches. Later chapters detail each step of the process, covering preparation and strategy, legal aspects, interpretation of verbal and physical behavior, causes of denials, establishing credibility, reducing resistance, rationalization, obtaining the admission, development of the admission, the statement, and ending the interview. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
 

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Overview of the Text
7
Preparation and Strategy
27
Legal Aspects
45
Memory and False Confessions
73
and Physical Behavior
105
Cautions in the Evaluation of Behavior
116
Typical Attitudes Displayed by Suspects
122
Hand and Arm Positions
130
Interviewing
187
The Accusation
251
Professional Close
391
14
415
16
447
18
483
Index
511
20
513

Eye Movements
143
Causes of Denials
165

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