Simon Oleszkiewicz
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Developing an evidence-based perspective on interrogation: A review of the US government’s high-value detainee interrogation group research program.
CA Meissner, F Surmon-Böhr, S Oleszkiewicz, LJ Alison
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 23 (4), 438, 2017
742017
The Scharff-technique: Eliciting intelligence from human sources.
S Oleszkiewicz, PA Granhag, S Cancino Montecinos
Law and human behavior 38 (5), 478, 2014
712014
Eliciting intelligence from sources: The first scientific test of the Scharff technique
PA Granhag, SC Montecinos, S Oleszkiewicz
Legal and Criminological Psychology 20 (1), 96-113, 2015
642015
On eliciting intelligence from human sources: Contextualizing the Scharff‐technique
S Oleszkiewicz, PA Granhag, SM Kleinman
Applied Cognitive Psychology 28 (6), 898-907, 2014
512014
Eliciting intelligence with the Scharff technique: Interviewing more and less cooperative and capable sources.
PA Granhag, S Oleszkiewicz, LA Strömwall, SM Kleinman
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 21 (1), 100, 2015
442015
The Scharff technique: On how to effectively elicit intelligence from human sources
PA Granhag, SM Kleinman, S Oleszkiewicz
International Journal of Intelligence and CounterIntelligence 29 (1), 132-150, 2016
412016
Eliciting intelligence using the Scharff‐technique: Closing in on the confirmation/disconfirmation‐tactic
L May, PA Granhag, S Oleszkiewicz
Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling 11 (2), 136-150, 2014
352014
Eliciting human intelligence: A conceptualization and empirical testing of the Scharff technique (Doctoral Dissertation)
S Oleszkiewicz
University of Gothenburg, Gothenburg, Sweden, 2016
32*2016
Gathering human intelligence via repeated interviewing: Further empirical tests of the Scharff technique
S Oleszkiewicz, PA Granhag, SM Kleinman
Psychology, Crime & Law 23 (7), 666-681, 2017
282017
Eliciting information from human sources: Training handlers in the Scharff technique
S Oleszkiewicz, PA Granhag, SM Kleinman
Legal and criminological psychology 22 (2), 400-419, 2017
212017
Eliciting information from small cells of sources
PA Granhag, S Oleszkiewicz, S Kleinman
Journal of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism 11 (2), 143-162, 2016
142016
Developing rapport and trust in the interrogative context: An empirically-supported and ethical alternative to customary interrogation practices
L Brimbal, SM Kleinman, S Oleszkiewicz, CA Meissner
SJ, Barela, MJ, Fallon, G., Gaggioli, JD Ohlin,(Eds.), Interrogation and …, 2019
12*2019
The Scharff technique: Training military intelligence officers to elicit information from small cells of sources
PA Granhag, S Oleszkiewicz, ML Sakrisvold, SM Kleinman
Psychology, crime & law 26 (5), 438-460, 2020
112020
A meta‐analytic review of the timing for disclosing evidence when interviewing suspects
S Oleszkiewicz, SJ Watson
Applied Cognitive Psychology 35 (2), 342-359, 2021
72021
Establishing cooperation and eliciting information: Semi-cooperative sources’ affective resistance and cognitive strategies
S Oleszkiewicz, PA Granhag
The Routledge International Handbook of Legal and Investigative Psychology …, 2019
62019
Evaluating the benefits of a rapport-based approach to investigative interviews: A training study with law enforcement investigators.
L Brimbal, CA Meissner, SM Kleinman, EL Phillips, DJ Atkinson, ...
Law and Human Behavior 45 (1), 55, 2021
42021
Trust-building strategies: Facilitating cooperation in the interrogative context
S Oleszkiewicz, D Atkinson, SM Kleinman, CA Meissner
Manuscript in preparation, 2018
42018
Eliciting intelligence from sources informed about counter‐interrogation strategies: An experimental study on the Scharff technique
S Rantamäki, J Antfolk, PA Granhag, P Santtila, S Oleszkiewicz
Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling 17 (2), 191-211, 2020
32020
Gathering human intelligence via repeated interviewing: further empirical tests of the Scharff
S Oleszkiewicz, PA Granhag, SM Kleinman
2017
Eliciting Intelligence from Human Sources: Evaluating the Scharff-technique
S Oleszkiewicz
Department of Psychology, University of Gothenburg, 2014
2014
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