Investigative and Forensic Interviewing

  • Craig N. Ackley Shannon M. Mack Kristen Beyer
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Investigative and Forensic Interviewing: A Personality-Focused Approach looks at the personality styles most commonly encountered in the criminal justice system and demonstrates how to use this insight to plan and conduct a productive interview. The book includes chapters on narcissistic, antisocial, psychopathic, borderline, inadequate/immature, paranoid, and schizotypal personalities. Written by forensic psychologists and former FBI investigators, each chapter begins with a vignette that displays the personality of an interviewee investigators might encounter in a forensic setting and then covers: Descriptions of how each personality style views him or herself and the world, and how these views lead to problematic behavior Ways to indirectly assess a subject through interviews with associated others, and through review of records Behaviors investigators are likely to encounter during the interview, and responses those behaviors may provoke Clues garnered from nonverbal behavior, including eye contact, facial expressions, and posture What type of questions to ask, and how to ask them Finally, each chapter applies all of this information to an actual interview based on the opening vignette. This book is not for diagnosing personality disorders, but rather exists to help forensic interviewers understand the core traits that influence people's responsiveness. This personality-focused approach is helpful for professionals in a variety of areas including police, attorneys, parole officers, mental health workers, and others who interview witnesses, suspects, and offenders throughout the criminal justice system.
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Chapter 1 Introduction Purpose of This Book How to Use This Book Vignette Description of the Personality Assessing the Individual Preparation Issues The Interview Key Points to Remember Interview versus Interrogation Legal and Policy Considerations Reference Chapter 2 The Narcissistic Personality Introduction Description of the Oblivious Narcissist Assessing the Oblivious Narcissist Preparation Issues Understanding Your Reactions to the Individual Who Should Conduct the Interview Number of Interviewers Physical Space/Environment/Interpersonal Space Nonverbal Behavior Questions Recording the Interview (Notetaking, Audio/Video Recording) Time Frame The Interview Key Points to Remember Do Don't Description of the Vulnerable Narcissist Assessing the Vulnerable Narcissist Preparation Issues Understanding Your Reactions to the Individual Who Should Conduct the Interview Number of Interviewers Physical Space/Environment/Interpersonal Space Nonverbal Behavior Questions Recording the Interview (Notetaking, Audio/Video Recording) Time Frame The Interview Key Points to Remember Do Don't References Chapter 3 The Antisocial Personality Description of the Antisocial Personality Assessing the Antisocial Personality Important Areas and Nature of Inquiry Questions Sources of Information Preparation Issues Understanding Your Reactions to the Individual Who Should Conduct the Interview Number of Interviewers Physical Space/Environment/Interpersonal Space Nonverbal Behavior Questions Recording the Interview (Notetaking, Audio/Video Recording) Time Frame Review of Records The Interview Key Points to Remember Do Don't Reference Chapter 4 The Psychopathic Personality Description of the Psychopathic Personality Views of Self and Others Low Levels of Fear and Anxiety Emotional Deficiencies Associated Features Assessing the Psychopathic Personality Core Questions The Disciplined Psychopath The Undisciplined Psychopath Preparation Issues Understanding Your Reactions to the Individual Who Should Conduct the Interview Number of Interviewers Physical Space/Environment/Interpersonal Space Nonverbal Behavior Questions Recording the Interview (Notetaking, Audio/Visual Recording) Time Frame The Interview Attacking and/or Hostile Behavior Friendly and Charming Behavior Sexually Manipulative Behavior "Game" Behavior General Considerations Key Points to Remember Do Don't Reference Chapter 5 The Borderline Personality Description of the Borderline Personality Assessing the Borderline Personality Preparation Issues Understanding Your Reactions to the Individual Who Should Conduct the Interview Number of Interviewers Physical Space/Environment/Interpersonal Space Nonverbal Behavior Questions Recording the Interview (Notetaking, Audio/Video Recording) The Interview Key Points to Remember Do Don't References Chapter 6 The Inadequate / Immature Personality Description of the Inadequate/Immature Personality Assessing the Inadequate/Immature Personality Preparation Issues Understanding Your Reactions to the Individual Who Should Conduct the Interview Number of Interviewers Physical Space/Environment/Interpersonal Space Nonverbal Behavior Questions Recording the Interview (Notetaking, Audio/Video Recording) Time Frame The Interview Key Points to Remember Do Don't Reference Chapter 7 The Paranoid Personality Description of the Paranoid Personality Assessing the Paranoid Personality Preparation Issues Understanding Your Reactions to the Individual Who Should Conduct the Interview Number of Interviewers Physical Space/Environment/Interpersonal Space Nonverbal Behavior Questions Recording the Interview (Notetaking, Audio/Video Recording) Time Frame The Interview Key Points to Remember Do Don't References Chapter 8 The Schizotypal Personality Describing the Schizotypal Personality Assessing the Schizotypal Personality Preparation Issues Understanding Your Reactions to the Individual Who Should Conduct the Interview Number of Interviewers Physical Space/Environment/Interpersonal Space Nonverbal Behavior Questions Recording the Interview (Notetaking, Audio/Video Recording) Time Frame The Interview Key Points to Remember Do Don't References Appendix A The Dimensional View of Personality Personality: A Constellation of Traits The Personality Continuum: Style versus Disorder The Relationships Between Personality Types Borderline, Narcissistic, and Antisocial Personalities Narcissistic, Antisocial, and Psychopathic Personalities The Borderline, Narcissistic, Antisocial, Psychopathic Continuum References Appendix B: Glossary Index
Review
The book takes a user-friendly approach in following a uniform structure for each chapter, consisting of a description of the relevant personality disorder, preparing for the interview, conducting the interview, and key "dos-and-don'ts" points. ... the present volume's many cooks have managed to produce a tasty, digestible, and nourishing broth of useful knowledge that can enhance the productivity of clinical and forensic investigations alike. -Laurence Miller, PhD, in International Journal of Emergency Mental Health
Productdetails
Uitgavejaar 2011
ISBN 9781420084252
Verschijningsdatum 31 jan. 2011
Omvang 196
Auteur(s) Craig N. Ackley Shannon M. Mack Kristen Beyer
Bindwijze Gebonden
Taal Engels
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