Project #31535 - verbal quality and content

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 two paragraphs in length composed of five to seven sentences.  Please provide examples from books, required videos, or required Web resources, if applicable.

 

1.      Explain the four principle phases to a productive interview.

 

2.      Discuss the two types of interview approaches and explain why one is more useful than the other.

 

3.      List and detail the four behaviors a good interviewer must avoid when conducting an interview.

 

4.      Discuss the myth of about the practice of interviewing.

 

5.      Give a detailed explanation why an interviewer should never walk into a room with any preconceptions about the subject or the interview.

 

6.      Explain how people are better able to control their verbal kinesic signals than they are able to control their nonverbal kinesic signals.

 

7.      Explain why verbal signals are usually the most productive kinesic cues and are the easiest for the interviewer to identify, but they occur less frequently.

 

8.      How are contradictions in the subject’s behavior possible strong indicators of possible deception?

 

9.      Explain how changes in the pitch of the voice as well as the volume and rate of speech can be indicative of deception.

 

10.    Explain how subjects demonstrate more speech dysfunction than truthful subjects.

 

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