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Impact of children's self conscious emotions on the quantity of investigative details revealed during NICHD interviews

Master program titleMaîtrise universitaire en psychologie
Defense date2018
Abstract

This study resides in the framework of those study which explore and investigate children's disclosure during investigations conducted using a NICHD Protocol. It aims to partially fill the existing gap in the comprehension of the relations between the quantity of details revealed by children (aged 6 to 12) interviewed using a NICHD Protocol and spontaneous non-verbal behaviors. The children were interviewed about an invasive analgenital medical exam, they recently underwent. The anal-genital exam was chosen as an analogue to a sexually invasive episode. In particular, I investigated non-verbal expressions of: shame, embarrassment and psychomotor agitation. I coded videotapes of NICHD interviews for non-verbal expressions of shame, embarrassment and psychomotor agitation, trying to establish whether those behaviors are associated with low or high disclosure...

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MOLINARI, Giovanni Bernardo. Impact of children’s self conscious emotions on the quantity of investigative details revealed during NICHD interviews. 2018.
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