A Comparison of Responses to Substantive Transition Prompts in Interviews With Children.

@article{Earhart2018ACO,
  title={A Comparison of Responses to Substantive Transition Prompts in Interviews With Children.},
  author={Becky Earhart and Meaghan C. Danby and Sonja P Brubacher and Martine B. Powell and Stefanie J. Sharman},
  journal={Child maltreatment},
  year={2018},
  volume={23 3},
  pages={
          221-225
        }
}
This study examined children's responses to two alternate prompts used to transition to the substantive phase of an interview. Children ( N = 401) experienced four scripted events and were later interviewed. After rapport building, half of the children were asked, "Tell me what you're here to talk to me about today," whereas the other half were asked, "Tell me why you're here to talk to me today." Children's responses were coded as informative (e.g., nouns) or uninformative (e.g., "don't know… CONTINUE READING
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