When a source responds to a question with either ‘I don’t know’ or ‘I don’t remember’, that may well be a legitimate response. However, these responses may also reflect several cognitive, social and motivational states.
When a source says, ‘I don’t know’ or ‘I don’t remember’ they may have a number of reasons for doing so. Professor Lorraine Hope categorises potential reasons underlying these responses and provide examples that illustrate each reason in this infographic, which you can download, free, here.
For a more detailed breakdown on each category click here where you can download a poster for each section.
This poster was first published in CREST Security Review, issue 7, Winter 2018, Transitions.
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