Essential Interviewing by David R Evans, Margaret T Hearn, Max R Uhlemann, Allen E Ivey

Interviewing in a clinical setting (like social work), they mean. The authors intend to inculcate micro-skills (questioning, reflecting content, reflecting feeling, confronting, communicating feeling, self-disclosing), however, they skip the peering part of interviewing when people try to figure out if they want to talk with you and what they want to tell you.

While a bit heavy-handed in its inquiries, they do allocate a large chunk of each chapter to quizzing you on your understanding (given 3 responses, pick the best) and discussing why.

The most influential psychotherapits of modern times is Carl Rogers, who was the first to record his interviews and make them widely available to the profession. The psychoanalytic approach to helper training was unchallenged until Blocksma and Port in 1947, using the tehn new medium of audio recording, discovered that what people say they do did not necessarily correstpond to what they actually do in the interview.
Chapter 1, Steps towards clarifying the interviewing process