CJFS 5865

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INSTRUCTIONS: Circle your answer then put your answer on the line provided for each question.
____ 1. Includes knowledge, awareness, understanding, and insight of the concepts, theories, principles, practices, and techniques of interviewing.
Affective Domain b) Cognitive Domain c) Psychomotor Domain d) Effective Domain

____ 2. Law enforcement officers typically have little formal training in ________ interviewing techniques.
a) exotic b) advanced c) basic d) controversial
***NOT sure of this answer. Could not find it in powerpoint.***

____ 3. The optimum interview conditions is when:
The interviewee is willing b) both participants are willing
c) neither participant is willing d) the interviewer is willing

____ 4. When the needs change in an interview it is referred to as ______ shift.
a) risky b) motivational c) hypothetic d) investigative
***NOT sure of this answer. Could not find it in powerpoint.***
____ 5. An instantaneous interview is one that is made without the benefit of:
a) research b) thought c) concurrent consultation d) all of the above

____ 6. The degree to which you are measuring, in an interview, what you think your are measuring is:
a) validity b) reliability c) viability d) neutrality

____ 7. Interviewer bias is a threat to:
a) validity b) reliability c) viability d) neutrality

____ 8. Another term for interview reliability is:
a) neutrality b) validity c) constancy d) consistency

____ 9. Evidence based on individual cases or personal experience is:
a) antecedent b) anecdotal c) valid d) reliable
Could not find this answer in powerpoint so I used the definitions of the two possible choices (A&B)

____ 10. In United States interrogation has been referred to as:
a) first degree b) third degree c) second degree d) pseudoscientific

____ 11. Barone and Switzer (1995) noted that obstacles to communication include:
a) Environmental Obstacles b) Psychological c) Cultural d) all of the above

____ 12. Reducing stereotypes about criminal justice interviews first requires:
a) heightened emotionality b) changing to new behaviors
c) freezing d) unfreezing – all of these answers are listed on the slide, but unfreezing is listed first and the question says FIRST requires
____ 13. Operating a lower moral plane in interviews can lead to:
a) ethical rebound b) par ataxic distortion c) a slippery slope d) proxemics

____ 14. Leo found that most interviews last:
a) three hours b) one hour c) eight hours d) twenty minutes

____ 15. Eye contact is likely to ___________ during deception.
a) decrease b) not change c) increase d) vary

____ 16. Detecting deception performance can be improved by:
a) training b) experience c) training and experience d) neither training or experience

____ 17. Non-verbal behaviors play the role of:
a) communication b) style c) skill c) all of the above

____ 18. The types of non-verbal communication include kinesics, paralanguage, and __________.
a) kinetics b) proxemics c) deception d) all of the above

____ 19. A truthful person who is under stress, who may appear to be lying and is considered to be lying, is termed:
a) norming b) white lies c) Brokaw hazard d) Othello error

____ 20. Facial expressions that betray a lie are:
a) macro expressions b) Grade 5 Syndrome c) Red crossing d) micro expressions

____ 21. Believing a lie is:
a) norming b) leakage c) false positive d) false negative END OF CHAPTER 2

____ 22. Which of the following is not a concern in interviewing children?
a) confabulation b) hyper-suggestibility
c) post traumatic stress d) post disclosure trauma
***Not listed as a CRITICAL CONCERN on the slideshow.***
____ 23. Sociopaths tend to be:
a) manipulative b) guiltless c) con artists d) all of the above e) none of the above

____ 24. In interviewing sociopathic individuals, which of the following should be avoided?

____ 25. The Z-Zone is the ____________ zone.
a) spin b) legal c) lifestyle d) choices ***This answer was not in the powerpoints and could not be found online.***

____ 26. Sexual aggressors tend to do which of the following concerning their deviant behavior:
a) lie b) deny c) minimize d) all of the above e) none of the above

____ 27. When drugs are mixed with others and used by individuals it is termed:
a) polydrug abuse b) boosting c) counter drug abuse d) SUDs
____ 28. What percent of a group of inmates indicated they wee under the influence of drugs during the police interview?
a) 50% b) 80% c) 10% d) 36%

____ 29. The Sapir-Whorf hypothesis states that language determines a culture’s definition of:
a) ethnicity b) tradition c) personality d) reality

____ 30. Facial expressions are related to:
a) attitudes b) values c) emotions d) personality

____ 31. The goal of community oriented policing, based on human relations training is:
a) arrest rates b) public safety c) positive public contact d) keeping the peace

____ 32. The components of the basic skills model are:
a) understanding, analysis, and action b) analysis and action
c) preparation and action d) understanding, prediction, and action

____ 33. In a study of police interviews, the approach that had association with admissions to the crime was:
a) dominance b) humanity c) mental toughness c) persistence

____ 34. Manipulation of the consequences an anxiety in an interview is the focus of which theory?
a) Reid model b) IDT model c) encoding model d) interaction process model

____ 35. The model of confession that draws heavily on social learning theory is:
a) Reid model b) cognitive behavioral model
c) decision making model d) interaction process model
***Did not find this one in the slides. Had to google social learning theory and tie in the commom denominator (people).
____ 36. The IDT model of deception theory focuses on:
a) encoding b) decoding c) Internal deviant tactics d) leakage

____ 37. Emotional arousal and performance is explained by which hypothesis?
a) U b) inverted U c) IDT d) V

____ 38. Being able to accurately identify the effectiveness of an interviewer’s questions or responses is:
a) communication b) discrimination c) appraisal d) manipulation

____ 39. The communication channels that take place in an interview are feelings, values, opinions, and:
a) discrimination b) deceptions c) attitudes d) facts

____ 40. The number of skills covered in the basic training model is:
a) 10 b) 7 c) 20 d) 18

____ 41. Translation or conversion of the idea or intention or message into words or signals so that receiver would reconvert the same as intended by the sender:
a) decoding b) channeling c) encoding d) feedback END OF CHAPTER 4

____ 42. Empathy covers the learning domain(s) of:
a) Cognitive b) Affective c) Psychomotor d) all the above

____ 43. Empathy means experiencing the other person’s experience while at the same time maintaining our own:
a) viewpoint b) sympathy c) behaviors d) integrity

____ 44. Another word for empathy is:
a) interpersonal sensitivity b) interpersonal objectivity
c) interpersonal sympathy d) sympathetic sensitivity

____ 45. Acting as if the other person does not exist is called:
a) autistic interviewing b) anti-empathetic c) un-empathetic d) green apples

____ 46. Responding to the first feeling presented in an interview is called:
a) sympathy b) objectivity c) green apples d) parroting

____ 47. Communicating empathy involves directing, identifying, labeling, and:
a) responding b) parroting c) role playing d) reflecting

____ 48. TURN-ON responses may include:
a) analysis b) probes c) hints and clues d) support

____ 49. Emotional content should be diagnosed:
a) conventionally b) continually c) conservatively d) interchangeably

____ 50. Type B errors are:
a) when the interviewer misses the depth of the emotion
b) not likely to be corrected
c) likely to be corrected
d) errors in the non-communication