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1. When we refer to minimization in the Reid interrogation technique, we mean: ( 1 point) Select your answer: 1. suggesting to the subject that there might be acceptable reasons for the crime, and sympathizing with the subject's situation 2. making statements designed to lower the subject's self-esteem. 3. reducing the subject's anxiety by making sure that he or she understand the purpose of the interview. 4. speaking very little during the interview to ensure that the subject does most of the talking. 5. none of the above 2. The Reid model has been criticized on a number of grounds, including which of the following? ( 1 point) Select your answer: 1. It fails to establish the solid rapport between interviewer and subject that is necessary for fact-gathering. 2. It arouses high levels of anxiety in the suspect, which is likely to interfere with recall of crime-related events. 3. It takes much longer, and is less effective, than other methods of interviewing or interrogation. 4. While it has been shown to lead to more confessions than other methods, it also leads to a higher proportion of false confessions. 5. None of the above were mentioned as criticisms of the Reid model 3. According to the Reid model, the first of the nine steps in an accusatory interview with a suspect involves: ( 1 point) Select your answer: 1. reducing the psychological distance between the suspect and the interrogator. 2. indicating to the suspect that his guilt is clear. 3. establishing a rapport between the suspect and the interrogator. 4. providing the suspect with reasons that morally excuse the perpetrator's criminal behavior. 5. none of the above 1 5 2
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4. Research involving mock interviews indicates that when interviewers believe the subject to be guilty: ( 1 point) Select your answer: 1. they ask more questions indicating a belief in the subject's guilt. 2. they are more likely to use interrogation rather then interview techniques. 3. they are more likely to judge the subject guilty after the interview. 4. they are likely to exert more pressure for a confession. 5. all of the above 5. When we refer to maximization in the Reid interrogation technique, we mean: ( 1 point) Select your answer: 1. ensuring that initial and follow-up questions cover all aspects of the crime, and of the subject's behavior before and after the crime. 2. intimidating the subject by exaggerating the seriousness of the offense. 3. making statements designed to increase the subject's self-esteem, and give him a false sense of power and security. 4. speaking very little during the interview to ensure that the subject does most of the talking. 5. none of the above 6. The second step in the Reid interrogation procedure involves: ( 1 point) Select your answer: 1. gathering evidence and background information about the crime.
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