The use of rationalization during an interrogation

The use of rationalization during an interrogation

August 05, 2007


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The use of rationalization during an interrogation

Provided by John E. Reid & AssociatesTwo conditions must be satisfied before a person decides to commit a crime. The first is that the individual must believe that he or she will not be punished ...

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