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1. During an interview, a subject consistently looks up and to the left when providing answers that are known to be true. This likely indicates that:
a. The subject is constructing visual images.
b. The subject is accessing visually stored memories.
c. The subject is showing signs of guilt.
d. None of the above.

1. During an interview, a subject who consistently looks down and to the left when pro-viding answers that are known to be true is likely:
a. Sight dominant.
b. Hearing dominant.
c. Feeling dominant.
d. Intuitive dominant.

1. During an interview, a subject who blinks her eyes when providing answers that are known to be true is likely:
a. Sight dominant.
b. Hearing dominant.
c. Intuitive dominant.
d. Touch dominant.

1. Crossing his arms is a sure sign of a subject’s guilt.
a. True.
b. False.

1. An inappropriate way to accuse a suspect is to ask:
a. “When was the first time you took money from the register?”
b. “You took the money because you needed to help your mother, didn’t you?”
c. “You took the money, didn’t you?”
d. All of the above are appropriate ways to accuse a suspect.



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