Test format in which the relevant questions are targeted toward different elements of the same crime. For example, in a counterfeiting case, the PDD examiner might use three relevant test questions with a suspect. One could cover printing the bills, the second passing the bills, and the third knowing where the printing equipment is. In such a test the spot scores would determine whether a diagnosis of deception is made, as opposed to the overall score. The Zone “exploratory,” the Air Force Modified General Question Test, and criminal RI are three possible formats for this approach.