Police will no longer use hypnosisSaturday, 10 November 2018 19:44
The cognitive interview is a method through which the interviewee is asked to give details that might seem unnecessary. This procedure consists in mentally restoring the context of the event, remembering the scene from different temporal directions (for example, by changing the order of memorization).
Belgian justice had only authorized hypnosis with volunteer witnesses and victims. Never with suspects.
The Brussels Times
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