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Baugerud, Gunn-Astrid; Johnson, Miriam S.; Hansen, Helle B. G.; Magnussen, Svein; Lamb, Michael E. – Applied Cognitive Psychology, 2020
This study examined the quality of forensic interviews conducted by specially trained police officers in the Norwegian Barnahus between 2015 and 2017, using the sequential interview (SI) model, a Norwegian version of the extended interview model that has not previously been studied. Two hundred and seven interviews of alleged abused preschool…
Descriptors: Interviews, Police, Preschool Children, Foreign Countries
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Kumazaki, Hirokazu; Muramatsu, Taro; Yoshikawa, Yuichiro; Corbett, Blythe A.; Matsumoto, Yoshio; Higashida, Haruhiro; Yuhi, Teruko; Ishiguro, Hiroshi; Mimura, Masaru; Kikuchi, Mitsuru – Autism: The International Journal of Research and Practice, 2019
Job interviews are significant barriers for individuals with autism spectrum disorder because these individuals lack good nonverbal communication skills. We developed a job interview training program using an android robot. The job interview training program using an android robot consists the following three stages: (1) tele-operating an android…
Descriptors: Employment Interviews, Training, Nonverbal Communication, Robotics
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Hudak, Kasey; Kile, Alexandria; Grodziak, Eileen; Keptner, Elizabeth – International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 2019
This study examined the differences between student's self-reported communication interview skills before and after they received interview instructions and experienced virtual simulation interviews in a basic communication course. Incorporating interview instruction and utilizing mock interviewing software, InterviewStream, into several basic…
Descriptors: Communication Skills, Skill Development, Questioning Techniques, Computer Simulation
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Jenner, Brandy M.; Myers, Kit C. – International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 2019
While qualitative researchers increasingly accept online video interviews as a reliable method, many maintain concerns about rapport and data quality. Drawing on two separate interview projects conducted in private in-person settings, public in-person settings, and privately via Skype, we compare interview contexts with regard to rapport,…
Descriptors: Intimacy, Self Disclosure (Individuals), Videoconferencing, Comparative Analysis
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Rossman, Allan J.; Lesser, Larry – Journal of Statistics Education, 2020
Larry Lesser is a Professor in the Department of Mathematical Sciences at The University of Texas at El Paso. He is also a UTEP Distinguished Teaching Professor whose awards include a 2016 Minnie Stevens Piper Professor Award, the 2012 International Sun Conference Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Award, a 2011 UT System Regents' Outstanding…
Descriptors: Interviews, Statistics, College Faculty, Awards
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Rossman, Allan J.; Burrill, Gail – Journal of Statistics Education, 2019
Gail Burrill is a Mathematics Specialist in the Program in Mathematics Education at Michigan State University. She previously served as secondary teacher and department chair. She was President of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics and is currently President of the International Association for Statistical Education. She is a Fellow…
Descriptors: Interviews, Specialists, College Faculty, Mathematics Education
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Cobern, William W.; Adams, Betty A. J. – International Journal of Assessment Tools in Education, 2020
Researchers need to know what is an appropriate sample size for interview work, but how does one decide upon an acceptable number of people to interview? This question is not relevant to case study work where one would typically interview every member of a case, or in situations where it is both desirable and feasible to interview all target…
Descriptors: Interviews, Sample Size, Generalization, Qualitative Research
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Doll, Jessica L. – Management Teaching Review, 2018
Structured interviews are widely used in the employment process; however, students often have little experience asking and responding to structured interview questions. In a format similar to "speed dating," this exercise actively engages students in the interview process. Students pair off to gain experience as an interviewer by asking…
Descriptors: Structured Interviews, Employment Interviews, Questioning Techniques, Skill Development
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Mott, Rebecca; Tummons, John; Simonsen, Jon; Vandermau, Roxanne – Journal of Extension, 2020
Photo elicitation is the idea of inserting a photograph (or other visual material) into a research interview. It has been documented that contemporary modes of expression (such as photographs) can be beneficial in research interviews with youths. This article describes a photo elicitation protocol used with older youths and provides insight on the…
Descriptors: Photography, Research Methodology, Youth, Qualitative Research
Hunt, Jessica – Australian Primary Mathematics Classroom, 2015
In this article Jessica Hunt explores the use of clinical interviews to gain a deep understanding of students' knowledge. Examples of clinical interviews are provided and advice for planning, giving and interpreting the results of interviews is also included.
Descriptors: Elementary School Mathematics, Elementary School Students, Mathematics Instruction, Teaching Methods
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M., Heron; I. M., Kinchin; E., Medland – Educational Research, 2018
Background: Concept maps have been used extensively for developing higher order thinking skills and are considered significant artefacts in constructing understanding in educational contexts. Increasingly, they are being used as a tool to chart a way towards 'new understanding' rather than recording 'accepted knowledge'. This study is set in an…
Descriptors: Concept Mapping, Interviews, Foreign Countries, Researchers
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Hughes, Jason; Hughes, Kahryn; Sykes, Grace; Wright, Katy – International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 2020
We centrally consider the question of what interview data can be used to 'say' through a dialogue with advocates of the 'radical critique' of interview studies. We propose that while the critique has considerable utility in drawing to 'the social life of interviews' and the pervasiveness of notions of the 'romantic subject', it simultaneously goes…
Descriptors: Interviews, Data Use, Criticism, Imagery
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Ballejos, Marlene P.; Oglesbee, Scott; Hettema, Jennifer; Sapien, Robert – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2018
Web-based interviewing may be an effective element of a medical school's larger approach to promotion of holistic review, as recommended by the Association of American Medical Colleges, by facilitating the feasibility of including rural and community physicians in the interview process. Only 10% of medical schools offer videoconference interviews…
Descriptors: Interviews, Medical Schools, College Admission, Regression (Statistics)
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Hale, Sandra; Martschuk, Natalie; Goodman-Delahunty, Jane; Taibi, Mustapha; Xu, Han – Multilingua: Journal of Cross-Cultural and Interlanguage Communication, 2020
Professional interpreters are obliged by their codes of ethics to interpret the speakers' speech faithfully, including offensive, profane or vulgar language. In order to achieve this goal, interpreters need to be pragmatically competent, so as to understand the intention and effect of the offensive remark in the source language and be able to…
Descriptors: Language Usage, Ethics, Verbal Communication, Antisocial Behavior
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Wold-McCormick, Kristi – College and University, 2020
Mary Callahan is the Registrar and Senior Associate Dean at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). She was named Registrar in 1999 and Senior Associate Dean in 2015 and sets the strategic direction for a continuum of student and faculty support activities. Among her many responsibilities are oversight of registration, grades, degree…
Descriptors: Deans, Higher Education, Administrator Responsibility, Women Administrators
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