Suggestability

September 9, 2010 | Leave a Comment

First off, a thank you to everyone on the testimony webinar yesterday. What a fantastic turnout! And some really great questions, as well.

Over at NCPTC, they have a webinar next week on suggestability. It will take place September 16th at 3pm CT, and cost is $10. I’m not a peds person, but I looked at the slides (PDF), and I have to confess, I found the research and the discussion in them pretty fascinating.

From the site:

In this workshop students will learn about the dynamics of the forensic interview process.  They will gain an understanding about memory and suggestibility and the proper interviewing techniques that will assist them in the forensic interviewing process.

Please note: this is a repeat of a webinar originally conducted in May, 2010.

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