Polygraph Instrument or Polygraph Machine? This article is in response to Director Raymond Nelson’s article published in the Sept/Oct APA Magazine. I commend Ray’s scholarly and dedicated contributions to the APA and the polygraph profession before expressing my opinion of his article. But arguments on the ongoing debate in our profession about the application of the descriptive term...Read More
The following discussion between examiner and examinee will increase disclosures of problem behavior during interview and produce better tests results due to enhancing the effect of differential saliency. Release of Information Form: Reinforce confidentiality; “it’s nobody else’s business what we talk about.” You will be given every opportunity to discuss with me the things you know are...Read More
George Baranowski discusses why people use excuses and how they can be used to get a admission including in polygraph testing. George is a current serving Director of the American Polygraph Association.
This article discusses how best to Create Rapport and Trust in Lie Detection / Polygraph Tests. A successful polygraph test will involve the examiner creating a good rapport with the examanee. Read on to find out why.