The cognitive interview and the assessment of the credibility of adults' statements.

@inproceedings{Koehnken1995TheCI,
  title={The cognitive interview and the assessment of the credibility of adults' statements.},
  author={Guenter Koehnken and Elke Schimossek and Ellen Aschermann and Eberhard H{\"o}fer},
  year={1995}
}
The authors examined whether a cognitive interview would negatively affect the accuracy of a criteria-based content analysis (CBCA) in distinguishing truthful and fabricated statements. Adults (N = 59 ) gave a truthful or a fabricated account of a blood-donation episode. They were interviewed with either a cognitive or a structured interview. The number of correct, incorrect, and confabulated details were counted from written transcripts of the accounts. The cognitive interview produced… CONTINUE READING

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