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The effects of cognitive load during an investigative interviewing task on mock interviewers’ recall of information Legal and Criminological Psychology (IF2.743), Pub Date : 2020-09-19, DOI: 10.1111/lcrp.12182 Pamela Hanway, Lucy Akehurst, Zarah Vernham, Lorraine Hope
Although investigative interviewers receive training in interviewing techniques, they often fail to comply with recommended practices. Interviewers are required to actively listen, accurately remember information, think of questions to ask, make judgements, and seek clarification, whilst conducting interviews with witnesses, victims, or suspects. The current study examined the impact of increased cognitive load on mock interviewers’ recall of a witness’s account.