Chapter 121. Which of the following is not applicable to cognitive interview?a. Asking well structured questions.b. Not interrupting the witnessâ€™ talk.c. Encouraging witness to retrieve as much original contexts as possible.d. Not asking suggestive questions.2. Unconscious transference is a form ofa. Encoding specificity.b. PIc. RId. Both b and c3. Verbal overshadowinga. Means that after one describes verbally the appearance of the suspect, one can ID him or her more accurately in the line-up ID.b. Means that after one describes verbally the appearance of the suspect, one can ID him or her less accurately in the line-up ID.c. Can be considered a form of PI.d. Both b and c.4. The memory error rate in the real world eyewitness IDa. Is normally the same as that in the lab mock eyewitness ID.b. Is normally lower than that in the lab mock eyewitness ID.c. Is normally higher than that in the lab mock eyewitness ID.d. Can never be lower than that in the lab mock ID.5. The recognition false alarm ratea. Is higher in simultaneous line-up ID than in sequential line-up ID.b. Is lower in simultaneous line-up ID than in sequential line-up ID.c. Is the same in simultaneous line-up ID as in sequential line-up ID.d. None of the above.6. The explanation of the face inversion effect isa. Lack of practice in seeing upside down faces.b. Holistic perception of faces.c. Analytic perception of faces.d. Contact frequency differences.7. In the pre and post-event misinformation effecta. The original memory is overwritten or impaired.b. The original memory is not overwritten or impaired.c. Conclusions were different depending on the test procedures.d. The mental process is the same as forgetting.8. The benefit from cognitive interview isa. Largest when there is a long delay between witnessing the incident and the interviewb. Largest when there is a little delay between witnessing the incident and the interviewc. The same whether there is a long or short delay between witnessing the incident and the interviewd. Zero relative to the traditional interview when there is little delay.9. Which group of people makes the lowest rate of error in eyewitness ID?a. Elderly people.b. Young children.c. Middle-aged peopled. Young adults.10. How can the presence of violence affect eyewitness memory?a. It enhances memory for both central and peripheral aspects of events.b. It lowers memory for both central and peripheral aspects of events.c. It enhances memory for central but lowers memory for peripheral aspects of events.d. It enhances memory for peripheral but lowers memory for central aspects of events.11. The sensitivity or real ability of discrimination in ID of suspects can be measured bya. The hit rate.b. The false alarm rate.c. The miss rate.d. The correct rejection rate.e. None of the above.12. Suppose the perpetrator is a Caucasian woman. Which line-up composition is the most correct line-up?a. The suspect and 4 Asian women.b. The suspect and 4 Caucasian men.c. The suspect and 4 same-age Caucasian women.d. The suspect and 2 Caucasian men and two Hispanic women.
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