Analyzing Written Statements for Deception and Fraud

Analyzing Written Statements for Deception and Fraud - New  CPE Credit: 9
Course Level: Intermediate
Prerequisite: Understanding of basic fraud examination techniques




This workbook self-study course examines the nature of written statements and their relationship to the truth. Analyzing Written Statements focuses on how written words are strung together in sentences for four general purposes: to explain, convince, persuade or deceive.

You Will Learn How To:

Recognize grammatical concepts and statement analysis terminology

Determine veracity by examining the narrative and overall strategy

Identify deception by analyzing word choices and sentence structure

Assess semantic, interview and interrogation analysis


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Field of study: Communications and Marketing

Last Updated: January 2018


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