Development Stages and Methods of Interviewing Children

In the paper presented below Małgorzata Toeplitz-Wiśniewska attempts to define the characteristics of a child's cognitive, emotional, motivational, and social development at different life stages, and formulate the resulting guidelines for interviewers, who elicit information about offences from children. Moreover, the article offers several recommendations concerning interviewing children, which stem from research on child witnesses’ credibility. The full version of the article is available below

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