9 edition of Interviewing children found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -225) and index.
|Statement||Michelle Aldridge and Joanne Wood.|
|Series||Wiley series in child care and protection|
|LC Classifications||HV8079.C48 A54 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 229 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||229|
|ISBN 10||0471970522, 0471982075|
|LC Control Number||98028995|
Get this from a library! Interviewing children: the science of conversation in forensic contexts. [Debra Ann Poole] -- Because of children's incomplete language development, their greater risk of retrieving inaccurate information in response to memory cues, and their . New for the Wiley Series in the Psychology of Crime, Policing and Law, Tell Me What Happened summarizes key research on children's memory, communicative skills and social tendencies, describes how it can be incorporated into a specific structured interview technique and reviews evidence involving more t alleged victims.
Most child forensic interviewing protocols recommend that interviewers present children with a series of ground rules to emphasize concepts that are Author: Thomas D Lyon. The chapters of the book generally trace the approach to interviewing as outlined in the Memorandum: (1) "Talking and Listening to Children," including information on the Memorandum and children's language development; (2) "Establishing Rapport," including timing and location of interviews; (3) "Free Narrative Phase: Listening to Children Cited by: 5.
This book is an in-depth examination of forensic interviewing with children, written by a psychologist who specializes in eyewitness testimony and conversational techniques. Her thesis is that “adults usual style of conversing with children is inappropriate in forensic contexts,” causing child informants to speculate, misinterpret questions. Thomas D. Lyon’s research interests include child abuse and neglect, child witnesses, and domestic violence. He is the Judge Edward J. and Ruey L. Guirado Chair in Law and Psychology at the University of Southern California Gould School of Law. He teaches courses in Evidence, Law and Psychology, and Child Interviewing.
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Describes the major inluences on children’s memory, language abilities, and motivation to converse. Development All of the forensic interviewing models agree that considering the age and development of Interviewing children book child is essential.
Lamb and colleagues () state that “age is the most important determinant of children’s memory capacity.”File Size: 4MB. The task of interviewing children and adolescents presents researchers with unique opportunities and dilemmas.
Although some researchers advocate participant observation and ethnography rather than interviewing in the study of children (Corsaro ; Prout and James ; Weisner ), we.
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Interviewing Children and Young People the reader through the whole process of undertaking a research project with children and/or young people using interviewing.
The book is an accessible and practical guide for the reader and is designed to help students, practitioners, researchers and academic scholars in designing, planning.
Interviewing Children and Adolescents: Skills and Strategies for Effective DSM-IV Diagnosis. this book has become a well-regarded source of guidance for those working clinically with young people.
This is of little surprise – the text is well written, rich in practical examples and pearls, handily referenced by either developmental stage Author: Derek Puddester. Interviewing Children - pg. 2 Interviewing Using Art During the initial part of the interview, focus on helping the child feel comfortable and relaxed, and explain to the child why the interview is taking place.
In one book about child custody, the author writes that she believes a child's drawing of rainbows represents a wish for peace and. Provides child welfare professionals with a brief overview of forensic interviewing so they can better understand how such interviews affect their practice with children and families.
Forensic interviewing is a means of gathering information from a victim or witness for use in a legal setting, such as a court hearing and is a key component of.
This book provides a practical, pedagogical perspective on conducting qualitative interviews with children and young people. From designing and choosing the. Through her descriptions of best practices, brief summaries of supporting research, and example interview dialogues, Poole provides a road map for anyone working in a forensic context This book is essential reading for those who interview children, supervise interviewers, review interview findings, or craft local policies about interviewing Brand: American Psychological Association.
This update of a book on interviewing children reflects DSM-5 diagnoses. Purpose: The main purpose is to present methods of interviewing children and adolescents and potential diagnoses that may come out of an interview.
There is a special emphasis on Brand: Guilford Publications, Inc. children as conversation—that is, listening to the children as opposed to interviewing them, and providing them with the opportunity to be heard.
Two common approaches exist for interviewing young children: group interviews and individual interviews (Clark, a). Some researchers have recommendedCited by: The process of interviewing a child can be a daunting experience for both the child and the interviewer.
Interviewing Children offers practical advice for understanding the linguistic abilities of children and for applying that knowledge effectively to the evidentiary interview. Drawing on real transcript data and data from language games with presumed non-abused children, the authors examine.
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Browse our video library below — you'll discover more than engaging interviews. Our video interviews are a great. The Handbook of Clinical Interviewing with Children is one of three interrelated handbooks on the topic of interviewing for specific populations.
It presents a combination of theory and practice plus concern with diagnostic entities for readers who work, or one day will work, with children (and their parents and teachers) in clinical settings.
Editor's Note: In John Woodrow Cox wrote a remarkable series for the Washington Post on children and gun violence, which won the Dart Award for Excellence in Coverage of Trauma and was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. Here, he shares some of what he has learned about interviewing children: Be human first, a journalist second.
Reporters often meet people during or just after the worst. This book is essential reading for those who interview children, supervise interviewers, review interview findings, or craft local policies about interviewing children.
Hardcover pages List: $ APA Member/Affiliate: $ Item #: ISBN: Interviewing children requires distinctive skills and strategies, and this book covers them all. From conceptualizing the interview’s purpose to planning and undertaking child-friendly interviews and ensuring ethical encounters, this book delivers expert theoretical and practical guidance from fieldwork to analysis.
In this chapter, we highlight principles for interviewing children based on the best available science, understanding that such principles keep changing as new evidence accumulates and that gaps exist in the knowledge base where guidance is limited.
Interviewers will need to Cited by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages ; 25 cm: Contents: Introduction --I. Interviewing children and adolescents --A background for evaluating children and adolescents Interviewing informants: the basics Structuring the first interview with the young patient An introduction to development --A variety of.
A Guide to Interviewing Children book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Children may be witnesses to crimes or accidents, or susp Pages:. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.The book also covers interview and interrogation preparation, as well as question formulation.
It discusses the Morgan Interview Theme Technique or MITT, and the Forensic Assessment Interview or FAINT. The book addresses techniques for interviewing children and the mentally challenged, and offers information about pre-employment interviews.
Those who interview children, supervise interviewers, review interview findings, or craft local policies about interviewing children will find much to guide them in the book’s pages. Below, Dr. Poole talks with APA Books about the ideas in her book, which can serve as a road map for anyone interviewing children in a forensic context.