The Comparison Question Test versus the Concealed Information Test? That was the question in Japan: a comment on Palmatier and Rovner (2015).

@article{Ogawa2015TheCQ,
  title={The Comparison Question Test versus the Concealed Information Test? That was the question in Japan: a comment on Palmatier and Rovner (2015).},
  author={Tokihiro Ogawa and Izumi Matsuda and Michiko Tsuneoka},
  journal={International journal of psychophysiology : official journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology},
  year={2015},
  volume={95 1},
  pages={29-30}
}
Palmatier and Rovner (2015) discussed the possible interplay of two major methods of polygraph examination, the Comparison Question Test (CQT) and the Concealed Information Test (CIT). In this comment, we argue that such an attempt overlooks fundamental differences between the two methods. Specifically, both methods differ in their criterion variables; detecting deception versus detecting memory traces. This difference can lead to a different evaluation concerning their outcomes within a… CONTINUE READING

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