Multiple Choice Questions
1. The difference between interviews and interrogations is that:
a. Interrogations do not involve planning.
b. Interviews, but not interrogations, involve reading a suspect her Miranda rights.
c. Interviews are usually more informal than interrogations.
d. None of the above.

2. Tunnel vision:
a. Is the result of the human tendency to trust.
b. Should always be avoided.
c. Can be a benefit and a detriment to the interviewer.
d. Both a and b.

3. When multiple persons are to be interviewed:
a. Interview the least culpable persons first and then progress to the most culpable.
b. Interview them in a random order to reduce the likelihood of bias.
c. Interview the most culpable persons first and then progress to the least culpable.
d. None of the above.

4. The correct order of questions to ask subjects who are not suspects is best represented as:
a. Introductory, assessment, informational, and concluding.
b. Introductory, informational, assessment, admission seeking, and concluding.
c. Introductory, informational, assessment and admission seeking.
d. Introductory, informational, assessment and concluding.

5. The feeling of rapport can be enhanced if the interviewer:
a. Makes small talk with the subject.
b. Shakes hands with the subject.
c. Engages in the act of mirroring.
d. All of the above.

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