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(p. 93) Impact on Counter-Interrogation and Yield 

(p. 93) Impact on Counter-Interrogation and Yield
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(p. 93) Impact on Counter-Interrogation and Yield
Author(s):

Neil D. Shortland

, Frances Surmon-Böhr

, Laurence J. Alison

, Emily K. Alison

, and Paul Christiansen

DOI:
10.1093/med-psych/9780197545959.003.0005
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date: 27 January 2021

This chapter outlines the initial research conducted into the efficacy of the ORBIT model on detainees’ use of counter-interrogation tactics and the amount of evidentially useful information gained from detainees. Counter-interrogation tactics have been defined as a deliberate strategy adopted by a suspect to resist cooperating and may be consciously self-generated or learned from instructions or in training. This chapter outlines the research showing the use of counter-interrogation tactics with individuals from different terrorist groups and the effects of rapport-based strategies in reducing them. The chapter uses a real-world example of an interrogation with Saddam Hussein.

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