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BEH225 Final - 1 Interview Profile Axia College Online...

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1 Interview Profile Axia College Online Interview Profile By: Sarah Messersmith BEH/225 Sunday, March 20, 2011
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2 Interview Profile Description of interviewee The person I have chosen to interview is my husband, John Galen Messersmith. Mr. Messersmith is a 24 year old male who is currently working as a Tire Tech for Discount tire and brake. His highest level of education is a Certificate of General Educational Development otherwise known as a G.E.D. Mr. Messersmith is currently planning on going back to school this summer after the birth of our first child which we will hopefully be welcoming in May of 2011. Mr. Messersmith plans on attending the University of Phoenix to gain his associates in criminal justice. With successful completion of his associates Mr. Messersmith plans to join a paid internship at The Federal Bureau of Investigation better known as the F.B.I. where he hopes to continue a promising career for many years to come. Now that you have some information about the interviewee I will begin the interview process since I now have the interviewees permission prepared . List of interview questions o Does the interviewee remember information more accurately if he or she observes the behavior being performed or does he or she prefer to read how the behavior is performed? John’s response: According to John he remembers information more accurately if he personally observes the behavior being performed. My response: I have to say that I am the same as John, I have a hard time remembering anything that I read so watching if happen would help when trying to remember information at a later time.
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3 Interview Profile Both me and my husband are auditory and visual learners so I feel this has something to do with our responses. o Does the interviewee prefer studying in a library, or at home where there are background noises and some distractions?
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