Directions: Read the questions below and provide a thorough response in your own words using proper APA guidelines for formatting and citations. Your answer to each question should be at least one half of one page in length.
1. When the interrogator recognizes each stress-response state, he or she can take the actions necessary to disarm the four negative responses of anger, depression, denial, and bargaining. Explain this process.
2. Compare and contrast an emotional trigger with emotional camouflage.
3. Expand on the theory of the positive stress response of acceptance, its characteristics, effects, and results in an interview situation.
4. Explain the fifteen verbal signs that alert the interrogator to a subject’s confession of their involvement in the crime.
5. Describe the fourteen body language signals that alert the interrogator to a subject’s confession of their involvement in the crime.
6. Take the stress response of denial and provide a summary of the main points, which should include a definition, the characteristics that identify denial, and the goals of the interviewer and goals of the subject.
7. Based on the last question, answer these final two phases of dealing with a subject who is in denial, whether about the crime, his/her part in it, etc., when all the evidence proves him or her to be guilty: 1.) decide the results of an interview when the chief mechanism is denial and 2.) summarize the interrogator/interviewer’s response to dealing with a subject in denial and how to achieve a successful outcome.