The cognitive interview.

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Who designed the cognitive interview?
Fisher & Geiselman (1992)
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The first stage is REPORT EVERYTHING. What does this involve?
Witness is encouraged to report all details of the event, even if it is irrelevant.
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The second stage is MENTAL REINSTATEMENT OF ORIGINAL CONTEXT. What does this involve?
The witness mentally recreates the environment in which the incident took place. This attempts to model emotions of the witness at the time.
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The third stage is CHANGING THE ORDER OF RECALL. What does this involve?
Witness is encouraged to recall events in different orders.
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The fourth stage is CHANGING THE PERSPECTIVE. What does this involve?
Witness is encouraged to view the seen as another person.
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What does the enchanced cognitive interview include?
Not interrupting the witness; open questions; rapport; reducing anxiety; slow speaking.
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AO2: Main evaluation point for the cognitive interview?
It is time consuming & takes longer than a standard police interview.
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The first stage is REPORT EVERYTHING. What does this involve?

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Witness is encouraged to report all details of the event, even if it is irrelevant.

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The third stage is CHANGING THE ORDER OF RECALL. What does this involve?

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The fourth stage is CHANGING THE PERSPECTIVE. What does this involve?

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