European Polygraph nr 1 (47), 2019
Widacki, Jan; Mirska, Natalia; Wrońska, Małgorzata; Slowik, Stanley M.; Horvath, Frank S.; Shapovalov, Vitalii
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Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM
- History of polygraph; polygraph in Chicago; John E. Reid; detection of deception; verbal symptoms of deception; behavioural symptomsof deception; verbal cues of deception; behavioural cues of deception; interview; interrogation
"In the 1920’s, earlier work on polygraph instrumentation and procedure in Europe and the United States came together in Chicago where John Reid and Fred Inbau at the Scientifi c Crime Laboratory applied extensive fi eld observations in real life criminal cases to create the Comparison Question and semi-objective scoring technique, the factors that allowed polygraph to achieve scientific status."(...)
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