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Can You Get Her To Admit She Took the Files?
Jennifer Lerner is an employee at a research company. She is suspected of taking highly classified documents to sell them. You need to question her. Conduct an interview with Jennifer to determine if she is guilty. If you determine that she is took the files, try to first understand her motivation, and then get a confession.
You will learn how to
- Build Rapport
- Distinguish Deceptive & Truthful Behaviors.
- Discover Motivation
- Get a valid confession
Sample of Free Educational Content
When you interview your subject, he or she will provide a variety of nonverbal cues during the responses. These cues provide additional important signs of deception and can be used to determine if your rapport-building efforts are working or failing. Nonverbal cues are physical movements of the body. People possess characteristic nonverbal ways of reacting while communicating. These reactions often represent an unconscious, emotional reaction to something they are thinking about or saying. As with verbal cues, look for departures from a person's typical nonverbal actions to detect deception. Compare the truth-telling style with the deceptive behavior.
Typical of Truth-Telling Behavior
Subject's behaviour is normal
Typical of Deceptive Behavior
Note the break from normal eye contact and the head drop.
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