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Optimal Decision Rules for Evaluating Psychophysiological 112 Detection of Deception Data : An Exploration

@inproceedings{Nelson2010OptimalDR,
  title={Optimal Decision Rules for Evaluating Psychophysiological 112 Detection of Deception Data : An Exploration},
  author={R. Nelson and B. Blalock and S. Senter and A. Dollins and Timothy J. Weber and Frank Horvath Improving and Jack Ogilvie},
  year={2010}
}
Testing techniques most commonly used in polygraph screening programs were adapted from protocols originally developed for event-specific investigative polygraph testing, including the examination structures and decision rules. Screening examinations are being increasingly recognized for providing a unique and powerful tool for decision-makers and with the widening demand for polygraph screening services there is a commensurate obligation for polygraph professionals to give attention to oft… Expand

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