use polygraph in a sentence.
Actually don't worry too much about the polygraph, it's complete pseudoscience.
Do they actually still use polygraphs in government?
Don't polygraphs basically do this already?
What security expert would want to work at a place that takes seriously crackpot bullshit like polygraphs?
The FBI still uses the polygraph?
I thought polygraphs didn't work.
Or polygraph (lie detector) machines, widely used in the US, but considered unreliable pseudoscience in Europe.
I am 78% sure polygraph tests are no longer admissible as evidence in court.
I thought polygraph tests were a very old technology proven to be unreliable.
Actually polygraph tests kind of work but not for the reasons people think they work.
Security agencies, when their administer the polygraph, will ask the subject how well they are familiar with how polygraphs work.
As for sphincter muscles, the pin in the shoe, some basic breathing tricks -- those are easily detectable by "expert" polygraph administrators.
The danger of polygraph tests is that they actually prevent people who are too honest to pass, but they will let sociopaths or those who lie slightly to pass easier.
Of what I understand of the methodology used by polygraph, forgetting the password wouldn't help you out here.
I've passed several polygraph exams when (if they actually worked) I shouldn't have.
In what way would the polygraph be superior to the Quadro device in the article?
The more conscientious one is, the better chance of flunking the polygraph.