MGMT 642 Chapter 10

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  1. paper and pencil honesty tests are most frequently used to determine whether someone has committed a crime
    False
  2. failure to pass a polygraph test means certian guilt
    False
  3. interviews during teh rationalization stage are often not objective and can be harmful to teh potential prosecution efforts
    True
  4. teh general tone of a fraud report should be neither accusatory nor conclusive as to guilt, even if the suspect has confessed his or her involvement in the crime
    True
  5. an interviewer should always be sympathetic and respectful during an interview
    True
  6. confrontational interviews should always be conducted even if there is no evidence that can be obtained from the suspect
    False
  7. telling a significant lie and getting away with it during an interview is usually very difficult if the interviewer is well trained
    True
  8. if a suspect continually repeats questions, it could be a verbal cue that he or she is lying
    True
  9. the fraud report should always include recommendations for diciplinary actions
    False
  10. teh interview should always take place at the interviewee's place of work
    False
  11. fraud reports should only list findings that do not negatively impact the company
    False
  12. the first reaction to crisis is denial
    True
  13. Which of the following is not a method of honesty testing
    c. body language test
  14. interviews should not be conducted with
    d. interviews can be conducted with all of the above
  15. people on the rationalization stage of reaction to a fraud:
    b. want to give the suspect more chance
  16. planning for interviews should not involve:
    a. judging the guilt of the suspect based on available documents
  17. confrontational interviews should usually be conducted when:
    c. all other investigative procedures have been completed
  18. Which of the following is not an inquiry technique that should be used by interviewers?
    d. all of teh above a re good inquiry techniques in an interview
  19. Which of the following honesty testing techniques deals with the study of handwriting for the purpose of character analysis?
    b. graphology
  20. Which of the following traits do polygraphs not measure when testing for stress?
    e. all of the above are traits measured during a polygraph test
  21. interviewingin is:
    d. both a and c
  22. Which of the following is the typical sequence of reactions to a crisis?
    c. denial, anger, rationalization, depression, acceptance
  23. Which of the following reactions frequently involves appearing temporarily stunned, insisting there is some mistake or not comprehending what has been said?
    b. denial
  24. Which of the following is a characteristic of a good interview?
    a. make the interview as concise as possible
  25. each of teh following is a clue that an interviewee is dishonest except:
    a. upon repeated accusations, a dishonest person's denials become more vehement
  26. Which of the following is something that an interviewee might do or feel while in the denial phase?
    d. not comprehend what has been said
  27. Which of the following is not a good thing to do during an interview?
    c. interview more than one person at once
  28. a signed stmt should include all of the following except:
    b. teh date the fraudster was hired by the company
  29. nonverbal clues of deception include all of the following except:
    a. repetition of the question

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