Educing Information via Federation of American Scientists
Educing Information via FAS – http://www.fas.org/irp/dni/educing.pdf
Representative questions that can be answered with this resource:
- Are professionals really able to tell when someone is lying better than an average person?
- Why are verbal cues probably more reliable than non-verbal cues in detecting deception?
- How can building rapport with a interrogation subject help in obtaining information?
This National Defense Intelligence College publication is a compilation of ten articles on interrogation methods and their efficacy. Here are a few:
- Approaching Truth: Behavioral Science Lessons on Educing Information from Human Sources by Randy Borum.
- Research on Detection of Deception: What We Know vs. What We Think We Know by Gary Hazlett
- KUBARK Counterintelligence Interrogation Review: Observations of an Interrogator – Lessons Learned and Avenues for Further Research by Steven M. Kleinman
- Custodial Interrogations: What We Know, What We Do, and What We Can Learn from Law Enforcement Experiences by Ariel Neuman and Daniel Salinas-Serrano
The beginning of the book also has a brief history of modern interrogation methods, starting with the Korean War.