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The polygraph test or “lie detector test” is used to detect physiological indicators that someone is being deceptive while asking a series of questions. These indicators include:
Respiration (Upper and Lower Chest)
Skin Conductivity (Skin Temperature)
- Synnott, J., Dietzel, D., & Ioannou, M. (2015). A review of the polygraph: history, methodology and current status. Crime Psychology Review, 1(1), 59-83. doi:10.1080/23744006.2015.1060080
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- Lewis, J. A., & Cuppari, M. (2009). The polygraph: The truth lies within. The journal of psychiatry & law, 37(1), 85-92. doi:10.1177/009318530903700107
- Katherine To for Illumin. Fall 2003. Lie Detection: The Science and Development of the Polygraph
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