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Clarifying Ambiguous Terms for Sexual Body Parts in a Forensic Interview 

Season3
Episode 8

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Clarifying Ambiguous Terms for Sexual Body Parts in a Forensic Interview 

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Children’s use of sexual body part terms in witness interviews about sexual abuse (Burrows et al., 2017).  

Prosecutors’ perspectives on clarifying terms for genitalia in child sexual abuse interviews (Burrows & Powell, 2014).  

What themes trigger investigative interviewers to ask specific questions when interviewing children? (Guadagno et al., 2013).  

Children’s knowledge of genital anatomy and its relationship with children’s use of the word “Inside” during questioning about possible sexual abuse (Milam & Nugent, 2017).  

Imprecision about body mechanics when child witnesses are questioned about sexual abuse (Sullivan et al., 2021). 


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