Comparison question that overlaps the relevant issue by time, location, or issue. Also called Reid, inclusionary, or inclusive comparison question. As an example, if the relevant issue were the robbery of a particular bank on a specific date, the comparison question might be, “Have you ever stolen anything in your life?” There is a long-running debate in the PDD community regarding the supremacy of the exclusive over the non-exclusive comparison questions. The current body of evidence supports the non- exclusive comparison question. See: Amsel (1999); Horvath (1988); Horvath & Palmatier (2008); Podlesny & Raskin (1978).