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Multiple Choice Questions
1. During an interview, the interviewer should:
a. Never show anger.
b. Never get angry.
c. Never show anger or get angry.
d. Get angry only if the crime is especially offensive.

2. During an interview, confrontational questions are typically asked to:
a. Determine whether the subject will change his story.
b. Determine the pattern of the subjects’ speech and body language in response to the question.
c. Verify inconsistencies in the subject’s story.
d. Discover inconsistencies in the subject’s story.

3. If the subject of an interview is willing to cooperate, the interviewer is better off using:
a. An induction approach.
b. A deduction approach.
c. A casual approach.
d. An indirect approach.

4. When there is little doubt of a subject’s guilt, an interviewer is better off using:
a. A direct approach.
b. An indirect approach.
c. A deduction approach.
d. An indirect approach.

5. Subjects are more likely to respond when they are shown:
a. Firmness and evenhandedness.
b. Kindness and sympathy.
c. Toughness.
d. Impartiality.



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