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In the research titled, The Dynamics of Two-Session Interviews with Suspected Victims of Abuse Who Are Reluctant to Make Allegations, which of these were found?

A. The data showed that higher levels of support during the first interview predicted more responsive replies during the second rapport building phase.
B. Cooperation during the rapport-building phase of the second session was negatively associated with the length of the transitional phase that followed.
C. The length of the transitional phase was negatively associated with the proportion of questions during the substantive phase that were open-ended, which in turn positively predicted children’s informativeness in response to open-ended questions.
D.  A and B
E. All the above

The answer is E. Log into CALiO™ and enter the publication title into the CALiO™SuperSearch box to read more of the study’s findings.


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