Interviewers are constantly playing a cat-and-mouse game with subjects while trying to gather information without giving away known facts. Fraudsters are normally prepared for their interview, anticipating tactics and questions. Even so, interviewers have powerful social-psychological tools at their disposal, which could increase the chances of a confession but often go unused. In this session, you will learn about certain social-psychological behaviors that could induce confessions from guilty parties.
You Will Learn How To:
- Identify specific social-psychological behaviors relevant to interviewing
- Determine the way these behaviors can enhance the chances of obtaining confessions
- Apply these behaviors during the interviewing process to increase the chances of obtaining a confession
Recommended Prerequisites: : Experience with fraud examination and interviewing, knowledge and understanding of the aspects of rationalization
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge and Applications