Interviewing Presentation Instructions (15 slides)

May 13th, 2015
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Interviewing Presentation Instructions You will create a PowerPoint presentation that overviews how to properly conduct a psychological interview. Content: You will be graded on how well you integrate course content and research into your presentation. For full credit, you must include the key principles of interviewing (e.g., preparation, introductions, open vs. closed questions, professionalism, etc.). You may focus on interviews with a certain population (e.g., families in crisis, individuals with disabilities, children, etc.) or present on interviewing in general. Resources: · Although research focused, many good tips can be found here: http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/559/04/. · Another thorough resource related to psychological interviews with families and children can be found at: http://centerforchildwelfare.fmhi.usf.edu/kb/PreServiceCurriculum/Core%20115_INT_PG_030111.pdf · Your book covers interviews on pp. 9–10, 495–501, and 506–507. Presentation: You will

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PsychologicalInterviewDefinition of InterviewA method of gathering information through directcommunication involving reciprocal exchange. A properconversation in which one or morepersons (interviewer) ask question, check, orassess another person (interviewee)Types of InterviewInterviews are of two types;Structured Interview: An interview in which interviewer does notdeviate from the questions and basic topic of interview.Unstructured Interview: An interview which allows interviewerto be creative in probing questions.ProfessionalismProfessionalism is a key element of a successful psychologicalinterview.It is dangerous to create a professional role from the beginning ofinterview.Obedience of ethical and legal standards is vital.An interviewer should have an alert attitude and facial expressions.Steps in Conducting an interviewCreate Link: Interviewer must be courteous and polite at the start of interview to create a friendlyrelationship/environment.Discuss the Process: Informing the interviewee of what to expect from the interview, it helps in gaining intervieweesconfidence.Leading the Interview: Interviewer must cheer the interviewee to relax and then be smart on the information theyexpose.Conclude the Interview: The interviewer evaluate the information which is provided by interviewee during interview.Questions an Interviewer should Avoid!!It is important

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