SE3R: A resource book - FOURTH EDITION
Eric Shepherd
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SE3R: A Resource Book enables you to learn the method quickly and to apply it to different kinds of text.SE3R Resource book and CD

Chapter 1 introduces you to SE3R. It explains the language and psychological problems facing those making disclosures and those trying to make sense of them: problems that SE3R overcomes. 

Chapter 2 explains how to apply SE3R to a document: the simplest and most basic application of SE3R. Straightforward explanation, numerous examples and extensive illustrations help you to learn SE3R quickly.

Chapter 3 is linked to the CD accompanying this book. It explains how to apply SE3R to an electronic recording or a transcript of a recording. You are introduced to BASELINES (a tool for systematically monitoring changes in a person’s behaviour) and ASSESS+ (a tool for assessing the content of disclosed detail and the manner in which the individual discloses detail).

Chapter 4 is also linked to the CD. You learn how to apply SE3R in any type of interview using Conversation Management and productive questions in combination with illustrator representations and enhanced drawing (tools for accessing and capturing non-verbal disclosure), BASELINES and ASSESS+.

Chapter 5 describes how to construct a composite SE3R from two or more individual SE3Rs. A composite SE3R reveals consistency and mismatch within different versions of ‘what happened’ and within different descriptions. You are able to identify immediately the origin of a particular detail.

Chapter 6 introduces you to StoryBoard: computerised SE3R for the tablet PC.

Annex A provides statements with illustrative examples of SE3R. Annexes B to E give illustrations of composite SE3Rs – created using SE3R sheets and SE3R grids produced by hand and on the PC.  

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