cognitive interview

cognitive interview

a structured interview designed to facilitate recall of an event by the use of a variety of memory-enhancing techniques.
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In a typical Research Triangle Institute cognitive interview the respondent reads (and works through, if the materials are interactive) the material while the interviewer observes, and the interviewer then asks the respondent questions about the material, either section by section or once the respondent has read the entire document.
The lists provide suggestions especially helpful to readers interested in learning more about such concepts as the cognitive interview, nonverbal communication, effective listening, and neurolinguistics.
The chapters on obtaining information from witnesses centre on identification issues, enhancement of person descriptions, the cognitive interview, and the relation between the accuracy and consistency of witnesses accounts.
Given that perceptual and memory distortions are an integral part of traumatic events, investigators may find research on the cognitive interview technique helpful.
Debate concerning the cognitive interview has opened up new questions for research," she remarks.
Do Different Cognitive Interview Methods Produce Different Results?
Cognitive interview participants almost universally disliked the question format of the composite labels and suggested that we develop labels in a non-question format instead.
Once the linguistic validation process is complete, the project manager presents a final report that details and explains all edits, and summarizes the cognitive interview results.
To enhance the accuracy of use-of-force reporting, agencies should follow the principles of the cognitive interview technique.
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