What fewer people know is that the character was the creation of William Moulton Marston, a psychologist and inventor of the polygraph.
using a polygraph, Hearne could watch the eye movements for signs of the special signal.
If you have been asked to take a polygraph, then you might want to click here first.
polygraph testing is a highly questionable method of separating truth from falsehood, whether the results are positive or negative.
polygraph examiner did not produce the desired results he was no good.
polygraph machines that monitor blood pressure, perspiration, breathing and pulse rates cost up to £ 7,000.
ANTONIO DE CAPMANY Y MONTPALAU (1742-1813), Spanish polygraph, was born at Barcelona on the 24th of November 1742.
Among them were the ecclesiastical historian Frei Manoel do Cenaculo, bishop of Beja, the polygraph Ribeiro dos Santos, Caetano do Amaral, a patient investigator of the origins of Portugal, Joao Pedro Riberio, the founder of modern historical studies, D.
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