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Essay heading: A Look At Criminal Profiling: Historical To Present Day
 
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(3) It is a misconception that interrogation can be taught only through supplying very structured procedures, methods, and prescriptions. Without such substantive content, therefore, training is useless. (4) It is a misconception that interrogation is just a list of questions. Various dynamics and processes of the interrogation experien ce are, therefore, judged to be irrelevant and of little worth in influencing the interrogatee during the social situation labelled "the interrogation...
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(6) It is a misconception that interrogation is based on anything more than interpersonal competence--something that people practice throughout their lives. Improvement, therefore, is unlikely or is already occurring without the need for formal training. Contrary Psychological Propensities. (1) Many interrogators are unaware of how important their own psychology is to the interrogation and interrogatee--e...
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A Look At Criminal Profiling: Historical To Present Day
(3) It is a misconception that interrogation can be taught only through supplying very structured procedures, methods, and prescriptions. Without such substantive content, therefore, training is useless...
3 / 676