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Investigative Interviewing and Credibility Assessment with Inmates: Replication, Extension, and Gender Differences.

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49 female and 34 male incarcerated participants witnessed a staged theft with live actors. Half responded honestly, half deceived to protect the suspect. Interviewing techniques designed to discriminate between honesty and deception resulted in honest statements that were longer, more detailed, more spontaneous in construction, more coherent, and lower in type-token ratio than deceptive statements. Systematic gender differences emerged. Overall, this approach to interviewing and credibility assessment was successful (74 of 83 participants were accurately classified as honest or deceptive). These data suggest the use of gender-specific norms. Discussion will focus on interviewing, credibility assessment, gender differences.
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Hiscock-Anisman, cheryl., Suckle-Nelson, Jessica., Colwell, Kevin., Youschak, Kimberly., Florence, Samantha. and Duarte, Arianne. "Investigative Interviewing and Credibility Assessment with Inmates: Replication, Extension, and Gender Differences." Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychology - Law Society, Westin Bayshore Hotel, Vancouver, BC, Canada, <Not Available>. 2014-11-28 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p398873_index.html>

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Hiscock-Anisman, c. K., Suckle-Nelson, J. , Colwell, K. , Youschak, K. , Florence, S. and Duarte, A. "Investigative Interviewing and Credibility Assessment with Inmates: Replication, Extension, and Gender Differences." Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychology - Law Society, Westin Bayshore Hotel, Vancouver, BC, Canada <Not Available>. 2014-11-28 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p398873_index.html

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Abstract: 49 female and 34 male incarcerated participants witnessed a staged theft with live actors. Half responded honestly, half deceived to protect the suspect. Interviewing techniques designed to discriminate between honesty and deception resulted in honest statements that were longer, more detailed, more spontaneous in construction, more coherent, and lower in type-token ratio than deceptive statements. Systematic gender differences emerged. Overall, this approach to interviewing and credibility assessment was successful (74 of 83 participants were accurately classified as honest or deceptive). These data suggest the use of gender-specific norms. Discussion will focus on interviewing, credibility assessment, gender differences.


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