In this course the student will learn how to interview different types of people when you are immersed in an investigation (witnesses, victims, minors, suspects…).
Also, the student learn concepts about simulation, obtaining testimony and detecting deception, as well as how to perform facial expression analysis and content analysis, and you will learn about the latest advances in this field.
In addition to the flexibility and the latest technology in virtual learning, the student will have a personalized tutor who will help and assist them during the development of the course.
|Course 1||The investigative interview.|
|Unit 1||Fundamentals of the research interview.|
|Unit 2||Basic communication skills.|
|Unit 3||Basic procedure: the cognitive interview.|
|Unit 4||Police interviewing child victims.|
|Unit 5||Police interviewing people with intellectual disabilities and childgrooming.|
|Unit 6||Interrogation of defendants.|
|Unit 7||Facial identification.|
|Unit 8||Capstone course project|
|Course 2||Lie Detection: techniques, tools and scientific investigation|
|Unit 1||Basic concepts.|
|Unit 2||Simulation of the disease.|
|Unit 3||Obtaining the testimony.|
|Unit 4||Facial Expression Analysis Protocol (FEAP).|
|Unit 5||Content analysis as a deception detection tool.|
|Unit 6||Psychophysiology of deception detection. The polygraph.|
|Unit 7||New scientific approaches to lie detection.|
|Unit 8||Meta-analysis in lie detection|
|Unit 9||Capstone course project.|