Cognative Interview - Fisher & Geiselman

Quiz on the cognative interview

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  • Created on: 27-04-12 20:49
Step one: Report Everything
Report minimal details as well as obvious ones to trigger information and memories
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Step two: Reinstate the context
Recreate the mental scene using all five senses
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Step three: Change the order
Recalling the event from a different order eg, end to begining
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Step four: Change the perspective
Recalling the event from someone elses perception
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What is step one? (Don't look back!)
Report Everything
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What is step two? (Don't look back!)
Reinstate the context
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What is step three? (Don't look back!)
Change the order
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What is step four? (Don't look back!)
Change the perspective
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Geiselman et al did what in his study?
Compared the cognative interview to a stardard police interview, he found the cognative interview was most effective
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Fisher et al did what in his study?
looked at trained detectives in Miami that use the cognative interview, he found a significant increase in the amount of information recalled
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Rebbell & Mine did what in his study?
Surveyed UK police officers, discorvered that the cognative interview useful but were worried about the amount of incorrect information recalled
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Step two: Reinstate the context

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Recreate the mental scene using all five senses

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Step three: Change the order

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Step four: Change the perspective

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Card 5

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What is step one? (Don't look back!)

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