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This training program will consist of three primary topics:
- Behavior Symptom Analysis
- The Behavior Analysis Interview
- The Seven Steps of Positive Persuasion
Behavior Symptom Analysis
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During this segment of the program we discuss the verbal and nonverbal behavior symptoms that are displayed by a person who is telling the truth during a non-accusatory interview, as well as those displayed by a person who is fabricating or withholding relevant information. The specific behaviors discussed include attitude; posture; significant posture changes; grooming, personal and protective gestures; eye contact; and, verbal responses. The ability to recognize and evaluate these behaviors becomes particularly important in those cases in which the available investigative information does not definitively establish the credibility of the subject.
At the conclusion of this segment of the program, the participant will have a behavioral model for both the truthful and deceptive individual that can be used as a model for the evaluation of subjects in future investigative interviews.
This is a pre-paid course. If you have questions regarding payment, please email Satin Hargett at firstname.lastname@example.org
Prior to the zoom course, check to make sure your computer or electronic device has a working camera and microphone. This is essential for course participation and receiving credit for attending the training.
Event times and contact information.
- Feb 8th - Feb 8th, '22