Statement Analysis®


On-Demand Training

Lesson 1

Things To Remember
General principles that will help you to obtain information and detect deception.

Starting The Interview
How to get them talking to you
How to obtain a statement

The Denial
Good denials vs. Bad denials

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Lesson 2

Look At The Language
Specific words
Unique words
Unusual words
Untruthful words

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Lesson 3

Look At The Language (continued)
Words that span time
Passive voice
Articles
Speaking verbs
This & That
Emotions
Harsh words

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Lesson 4

Pronouns
Plural pronouns
Substituting pronouns
The missing "I"
Too much "I"
Changing pronouns
Detecting admissions using pronouns

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Lesson 5

Verb Tenses
Past tense verbs
Present tense verbs

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Lesson 6

Personal Dictionary
There are no synonyms in Statement Analysis
Words vs. Symbols
Gaining additional information

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Lesson 7

Order Is Important
What is mentioned first?
Out-of-order statements

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Lesson 8

Time References
Missing time
Out-of-place time references
Do the time references add up?

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Lesson 9

Additional Techniques In Analyzing A Written Statement
Crossed out words
Punctuation
Story breakdown
Signature

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Lesson 10

Specific Questions
Do not give them the answer
Do not ask compound questions
Did the subject answer the specific question?
Did the subject answer the question with a question?

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Review

Course Review
Review of the techniques

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Final test

Summary
Final thoughts


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