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PozycjaEuropean Polygraph nr 3-4 (9-10), 2009(Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM, 2009) Pollina, Dean A.; Horvath, Frank; Denver, John W.; Dollins, Andrew B.; Brown, Troy E.; Shurany, Tuvia; Matte, James Allan; Stein, Einat; Zanev, Svetoslav; Saldžiūnas, Vitas; Kovalenko, Aleksandras; Gaidarov, Kalin; Lewandowski, Edward; Lewandowski, Łukasz; Wrońska, Małgorzata; Konieczny, Jerzy; Widacki, Jan PozycjaField and Laboratory Polygraph Examinations(Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM, 2010) Saldžiūnas, Vitas; Kovalenko, Aleksandras"Since the polygraph was used in criminal investigations for the first time, questions have constantly been asked as to how reliable the obtained results are, and to what extent they can be repeated by other polygraphologists after a certain period of time. These questions are raised mainly by the opponents of the forensic psychophysiology method as well as lawyers and judges."(...) PozycjaLegal Admissibility of Employee Polygraph Examinations in Poland(Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM, 2011) Widacki, Michał; Cempura, Aleksandra"Polygraph testing in Poland is associated mostly with criminal cases and discussion about the power of evidence from such examinations in criminal investigations. Th e use of the polygraph in Poland in criminal cases has been described extensively.1 Nevertheless, recently the discussion has increasingly frequently pertained to the use of such examinations in other fi elds, and especially in labour and employment. Court cases related to labour law increasingly frequently feature the question of admissibility of such examinations and the consequences that they entail for the employee, including also the option to dissolve an employment contract on the power of such an examination. Moreover, the enrolment procedure of the future employee using such an examination is questionable."(...) PozycjaPolygraph Examination as Scientific Evidence(Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM, 2010) Konieczny, Jerzy"I would like to begin my examination of the problem at hand by focusing on the meaning of the two terms used there, namely polygraph examination (further referred to as PE) and scientific evidence. I understand PE to be an action performed by an expert, the outcome of which is a possible indication of deception of the subject of the examination with regard to a certain topic of relevance under the law. I will only discuss PE that is undertaken as a part of a certain legal procedure and for the purposes of this procedure; therefore, the outcome of the PE will have the status of evidence in the said procedure. "(...) PozycjaPolygraph examination studies at the University of Silesia(Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM, 2007) Leśniak, Marek"The Department of Criminalistics at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Silesia in Katowice has been studying the polygraph examinations for exactly 30 years now. The Department has conducted many scientific studies in this area and the staff have also provided expert opinions for use by law enforcement agencies. The purpose of this article is to present the problems our staff currently encounter in working with the polygraph within Polish criminal procedures and to present practical examples illustrating some selected problems. The article begins with a brief description of the history of the polygraph examinations in the Department."(...) PozycjaThe actual use of investigative physiopsychological examinations in Germany(Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM, 2007) Undeutsch, Udo"Wilhelm Wundt originated systematic experimental psychological research and in 1878 established the first Psychological Laboratory at the University of Leipzig. It was there that he and his colleagues initiated highly industrious research activities and within a short period of time they produced a host of publications. Two traditional academic professions closely observed the research findings of the new scientific discipline: psychiatrists, seeking to learn more about the functioning of the normal human mind and legal scholars, looking for psychological methods and techniques to identify the perpetrators of crimes under investigation."(...) PozycjaThe Result of a Polygraph Examination as an Argument in Criminal Investigation(Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM, 2011) Ibek, Anna"The result of polygraph examination is a testimony put forth by an expert after concluding examination on a subject who agreed to undergo the procedure. The subject of consideration here is only the results acquired in examinations conducted as part of criminal investigations, which implies the omission of pre-employment examinations, post-conviction sexual offender testing (PCSOT), and other uses. Moreover, the analysis focuses on only those examinations that ended in indication that the subject of examination was deceptive as a result of the expert using one of the comparison question techniques, or as a person recognising an event in the case of applying the Concealed Information Test (CIT) technique. Nor does the study account for the results of inconclusive examinations."(...)