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    the assignment was to interview another person and record it, then later analyze how well you used interview techniques. The interview was to last fifteen minutes and discuss why your interviewee had decided to choose a career in the health field. General Aspects of an Interview Overall, the interview was accomplished with few complications. There was definitely areas of the interview that need attending to, and there were areas in which I excelled. The dyadic interview started with an opening

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    Although, all the participants had not experienced being in an interview before, they agree to have the interviews recorded. For them, it was the first time spoke openly to a person outside of their family and friends’ cycle about their experience. Women showed their interest on my research and felt that their participation might be helpful in informing cancer health care services. My aim from the recorded interviews is to understand how women response and interact with my questions that enabled

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    to be interviewed. As I told you this interview will be audio taped and anything that you say, will be kept under strict confidence and I will go over that as I read the instructions. We are conducting a study about work and health among women who work in service sector jobs, like retail, food service, child care and home health. In particular, we are interested in how this kind of employment affects health and access to healthcare. During this interview we would like to ask you different questions

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    Investigative Interviews and BIAs Two of the primary interview techniques in police interviews are the cognitive interview and the Reid method of interrogation. While the former refreshes memory, supports recall and promotes rapport between interviewer and interviewee to establish the truth, the latter technique is employed simply to elicit confession from the witness or suspect (Laureate Online Education, 2011). If the objective of police interviews is to elicit the truth not just a confession

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    assignment, as we had already spoken a great deal about her daughter’s death. KC would be the perfect subject for this interview, as she had always been open about her daughter and I was interested to understand further, how losing a child affects a parent. I provided KC with the Interview Information Sheet (Appendix A) and the completed Interview Consent Form (Appendix B). The Interview Information Sheet outlined a list of questions that I would ask, with the hope that this would provide KC time to

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    An interview involves communication between at least two persons. Each contributor impacts and is impacted by the responses of the other. The practice of interviewing is central to the work done in many mental health settings. Interviews may be conducted for a variety of intended purposes and can be structured, semi-structured, or unstructured to best serve the purpose of the interview. The goals of a particular interview relate to the context in which that interview is conducted. Ethical clinical

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    the submission of my application, I received an email inviting me to the interview that would be conducted in company’s office in London. Overall, in my opinion, I did my best in terms of the preparation. I researched the company’s history, read about its most popular products and familiarized myself with the recent industry and company’s news (Burke and Thurgood 2007). A week prior to the interview date I attended an interview preparation session organized by the Careers Office which, as noted by

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    Interview Q&a

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    Interview question and answer: What are your goals for the future?(how do you see yourself five years from now?) • My long-term goals involve growing with a company where I can continue to learn, take on additional responsibilities, and contribute as much of value as I can. • I see myself as a top performing employee in a well-established organization, like this one. I plan on enhancing my skills and continuing my involvement in (related) professional associations. Are you overqualified for

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    the Stoffer Science Hall. Looking back at the interview, it is evident that Professor Synder truly wishes for the best of her students and genuinely enjoys teaching at Wasburn University. There were two possible instructors I had thought about interviewing, my Biology professor or my Psychology professor. My first impression of both professors were that they both seemed like friendly and approachable people; I felt I would be more comfortable to interview one of them than the other teachers I had this

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    Interview Strengths

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    to become a stronger and honest individual. However, there are skills that can I improve on interviewee skills. There were some weaknesses that I caught myself as it can be very distracting to the interviewer. Strengths that I witnessed in my interview videos is straight off that I am professionally dressed, shaved, and had a strong posture. First impression are often the first thing that an interviewer would acknowledge and I present myself as a worker. I constantly had a straight back and always

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