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- Dietary Manipulation interrogation techniques : A subclass of incentive interrogation techniques, these can involve, while providing nutrition, better or worse food; forced feeding of a prisoner on a hunger strike is outside this scope
- Emotional Hate interrogation techniques : Use of the hate, by the subject of an interrogation, for individuals or groups; alternatively, convincing the prisoner that he is hated
- Intelligence interrogation, U.S., George W. Bush Administration : The policies and practices authorized for interrogation of suspected terrorists by the United States Department of Defense and the United States intelligence community during the George W. Bush Administration
- Interrogation : A systematic process of direct questioning, of a person in detention or otherwise under the control of the interrogator, to obtain reliable information to satisfy criminal investigation or human-source intelligence requirements, within the scope of relevant law and policy
- Mutt and Jeff interrogation techniques : Interrogation techniques using varying degrees of psychological pressure applied by a pair of interrogators, one playing a sympathetic and the other a hostile persona to the subject, alternating between entreaties and threats; often called "good cop-bad cop"
- Reduced Fear interrogation techniques : Interrogation techniques that, using conversation, incentives or both, reduce fear in a prisoner, with the intent of increasing cooperation
- Removal of comfort items interrogation techniques : A mildly to moderately coercive interrogation technique, based on reward and removal of reward; it starts with discretionary comfort items such as a pillow or pleasant blanket, but can be extended to items with Third Geneva Convention protection, such as religious materials