The article is linked to and found in the DOC Sharing forum under the Content tab, then use it to answer the questions that follow. Post your comments and opinions on possible pros and cons, as well as benefits and limitations. If you have previously utilized this technique, please share your stories and experiences.
Pettigrew, M., (2018). Confessions of a serial killer: A neutralization analysis. Homicide Studies, 1-16, DOI: 10.1177/1088767918793674
Police are trained to listen for facts and details. Psychologist are trained to listen to the process of the event, story, emotions and cognitive process. Therein lies the pathologies and disorders. Pettigrew documents the rationalization of serial killers as they mitigate their behaviors, offer justifications, excuses, denials and defense mechanisms. To be more successful with interrogations, learning to listen for process, evaluate and dismantle them makes for a better reliable methodology. Identify one or more processes and how you would confront and dismantle it during an interview. The article link is listed below.
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