Effective interrogation

This article describes a significant research effort over the past 10+ years aimed at demystifying and improving interrogation techniques. Studies show that empathy and persuasion are more effective at eliciting valid information than bullying and other harsh methods — not just on ordinary criminals but also on terrorists.

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