Polygraph Examination of Pregnant Women: Dilemmas and Recommendations
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Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM
European Polygraph 2014, nr 2, s. 69-78.
- Prawo; Psychologia
- polygraph; pregnancy; examination
From introduction: "Practice of polygraph examinations may require that experts subject a pregnant woman to such an examination, witth e.g. state security in mind or due to a burning need of verifying information that is significant for tThe ThealtTh and life of others. Sometimes expecting women themselves insist on being examined, for example, when they apply for a job, want to be enrolled in uniformed services, or try to acquire exculpatory evidence in a criminal procedure. Can a pregnant woman be subjected to a polygraph examination? Every such procedure requires informed consent of the examinee, pregnant women included. No other questions related to this highly special group of examinees are defined by law"(...)
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