Training Material

NEW: Becky Earhart is the 2013 co-ordinator of new training material for the website. If you have material or links that should be added please email: becky.earhart@nichdprotocol.com

Details elicited following NICHD Protocol Training: Table 5.4 from “Tell Me What Happened” depicted as ready-to-go downloadable powerpoint slides [added by Becky Earhart]

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Questions used (i.e., interviewer utterances) following NICHD Protocol Training: Table 5.2 from “Tell Me What Happened” depicted as ready-to-go downloadable powerpoint slides [added by Becky Earhart]

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Normal Distribution Curves (The hand drawn estimate (below) is very similar to the distributions extracted from the Lamb et al, (2009) data set (below). Feel free to use them in training; you would need to have been trained in statistics or research methods to be able to explain central tendency [percentage/number of open prompts = x axis:: frequency = y axis])

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Definitions of question types used in interviews [added by Becky Earhart]

Towards a Better Way to Interview Child Victims of Abuse PDF

Structured forensic interview protocols improve the quality and informativeness of investigative interviews with children: A review of research using the NICHD Investigative Interview Protocol

Comparing the NICHD and RATAC Child Forensic Interview Approaches – Do the Differences Matter?

Interview Review Checklist

The importance of scientifically analysing the quality of joint investigative interviews

Ten step investigative interview [Professor Thomas D. Lyon]

Ten step investigative interview (Spanish version) [Professor Thomas D. Lyon]