Data from the perspective of informants cannot receive a one-time fee, or spending their recruitment, constantly.
Effective means of extracting information from the subjects are:
- Bribery (pledge or transfer of money and other material values, as, indeed, and assistance in anything).
- Blackmail (on the real, on trumped-up, on the vulnerability of objects).
- Hard threat or fact, both physical and psychological impact.
- The specific forced interrogation (after prior kidnapping):
- Torture (gradual injection of feelings and expectations of pain);
- Acupuncture (induction of drug withdrawal and the promise of an interruption);
- Drug-examination (enter specific narcotic drugs and “splitting” with dizziness);
- Hypnotic interrogation (introduction into a hypnotic state, characterized by the disappearance of self-control).
- Sexual stand (summing-sex partner for the perception of useful information, or to promote other methods of effective influence, such as blackmail, interrogation, persuasion).
- The game on emotions (incitement of love, hate, jealousy, vanity and other dazzling the senses, under the pressure of which there are reportedly a delicate texture “foolish”, “temper” or “out of spite” someone).
- “Fishing out blindly” (information retrieval during cleverly questioning or conversation):
- “Intermedia way” (promoting natural state or inspired talkativeness);
- “Game on indirect” (object reaction on specially prepared questions);
- “Bluff” (creating the impression that you know more than they actually are, with the result that a person does not see the future need to hide anything);
- “Parallel” (carrying the theme is clearly capable of causing the object has some association with the fact that you are interested);
- “Consultation” (request for assistance themselves or anyone after bringing the object into a state of complacency and friendliness);
- “Professional conversation” (issue of invoices due to the perception of you as a “fellow”).
- Trust exchange of information (data interchange, following which one must give a minimum, and to get the most and it is desirable to give only the facts, what you do not bring potential harm).
- Persuasion (cleverly tailored conversation with emotional and logical justification or otherwise of utility you with some information reference).
- Pharmacological effects (fully veiled, and sometimes even blatant use of chemicals that create or reinforce the need for the main reception the background state of the object, such as a talkativeness, friendliness, fear, apathy, etc.).
The practice of these techniques outlined in sections representing the methods of influence on the human and model effective communication.