A breakout pop psychology book from the world experts on interrogation techniques
Emily Alison (Author)
Emily Alison is behavioural advisor and clinical supervisor to organisations working with domestic violence; her programmes are now used by over 100 organisations.
Laurence Alison (Author)
Laurence Alison is professor of psychology at the University of Liverpool, and head of the Centre for Critical Incident Decision Making. He has an international reputation and is widely published in relation to his work on decision-making in high-stake environments, interviewing and interrogation, as well as prioritisation and detection of sex offenders. He has been psychological advisor on nearly 500 major incidents, including high profile murder cases and London bombings.
Laurence Alison is one of my academic heroes. He does what every
writer longs to do. He makes the difficult clear – without losing
They are quietly revolutionising the study and practice of interrogation… Their findings are changing the way law enforcement and security agencies approach the delicate and vital task of gathering human intelligence.