CJUS 620 Quiz 5

CJUS 620 Quiz 5 Liberty University

  1. What does an officer employ to provide the suspect a more psychologically safe context in which to discuss their crime?
  2. When an officer feels that the suspect is ready to confess, what common accusatory method is employed?
  3. Which of the following is NOT one of the polygraph techniques discussed in the text?
  4. During the cognitive interview, the interviewer may use prompts to keep the person talking. These prompts are referred to as what?
  5. Which phase in the cognitive interview does the investigator ask for clarification of issues?
  6. The dulling of one’s awareness of pain through hypnotic suggestion is referred to as what?
  7. What law states that the harder you try to do something, the greater the likelihood of failing?
  8. Which offender type looks for opportunities to carry out their crimes while engaged in their normal daily routine?
  9. Memory that has been influenced by the cultural norms, values, and expectations that guide our interpretation of personal experiences is referred to as what?
  10. Which of the following is NOT a goal of forensic hypnosis?
  11. Discuss and distinguish between the three polygraph techniques discussed in the text.
  12. Discuss five different ways, according to  Cohen et al. (1993), in which our memory is impacted by our accumulated schemata.
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