RE3 – Crime DEMO
Learn how to respond most effectively to suspects’ emotional reactions when they’re told they’ve committed a serious crime.
In RE³ Crime you will see a suspects reaction to an interrogator after he’s been told he’s committed a serious crime. You will also choose whether there is high or low incriminating evidence and the emotion shown by the suspect during the interrogation.
Even if you are not an interrogator we believe that you will benefit from RE³. What you will learn should apply to other relationships.
- Everything that is said, all the choices and feedback, are exactly the same for the male or female interrogator, the suspect will remain male. So, just choose a male or female interrogator and stick with it.
- You will be able to select which emotion the suspect is feeling, however we will show you sadness first. You will be offered a number of choices about what to say in response.
After you make a choice, you will receive feedback from Dr. Paul Ekman about the advantages or disadvantages of your choice. We encourage you to select all of the choices, even ones you might not consider making, in order to learn from the feedback provided for each choice.
View every emotion the suspect shows
- Select every choice about what to say and listen and watch the feedback about each choice.
- You will learn from the feedback even about choices you would never make.
View the suspect’s reactions when there is high and low incriminating evidence
- What might be best to say depends not just on the suspect’s emotional reactions, but the level of incriminating evidence.
- You can switch from high to low incriminating evidence whenever you wish.
- Once completed, go back to your account and download the RE³ Crime Summary for a recap of what you’ve learned.
It is up to you: what to watch, what feedback to get, and how much of RE³ you use. Remember you don’t have to finish it all in one sitting. You have RE3 for one year. Use the Navigation button to view where you are in the program and to change your selections. The choices are yours!
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