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This LIE DETECTION section is divided into three subsections. For the rationale of this division, see Table 1 of: http://www.psych.utoronto.ca/~furedy/Papers/ ld/North%20American%20Polygraph%20and%20Psychophysiology.doc
  1. The Pseudo-Scientific North American Polygraph for Detecting Guilt
    1. Review of: The Truth Machine: A Social History of the Lie Detector (2012)
    2. Exposure of All North American Citizens to Interrogation by Polygraph (2007)
    3. Acts May Be Scientifically Detectable But Intentions Are Not (2006)
    4. The Polygraph "Test" is Not a Test (2006)
    5. The polygraph is merely a psychological rubber hose, not a way of detecting deception (2005)
    6. Polygraph-related Interviews by John Furedy and Related Items (1982-2005)
    7. Knesset Okays Bill Prohibiting Lie Detector Test for Employees (2004)
    8. Lie Detectors: Infallible Technology or Junkscience? (2004)
    9. Why you shouldn't take Lenny Briscoe's lie-detector test (2004)
    10. The North American Polygraph As Entrails Reading: Lay, Legal, And Scientific Reactions (2003)
    11. November, 2003 interview on TVO about lying and the North American polygraph [Use Internet Explore 6 (or above) or download and use Windows Media Player to view]. Also can be viewed on Youtube.
    12. Western Australia Court Rejects Polygraph (2003)
    13. Lie Detector "Useful Interrogation Prop" (2003)
    14. Lie Detectors Don't Work...That's the Truth! (2003)
    15. Is the CQT polygraph a standardized test or a pseudo-scientific dynamic interview? (2002) For credentials of George Maasche and Drew Richardson, see www.antipolygraph.org
    16. The North American Polygraph as Entrails Reading: (1)(2) Truths and Practical Advice to Potential Users and Victims (2002)
    17. The North American Polygraph as Entrails Reading Rather than Reliance on Valid Evidence (2002)
    18. Thermal imaging polygraph no more valid than the current North American entrails-reading procedure (2002)
    19. Polygraph Testing of Deception: An Evaluation and Commentary. (2001)
    20. Forensic "Lie Detection": Procedures Without Scientific Basis (2001)
    21. Letter Submitted to Science (2001)
    22. The Detection of Lies Globe and Mail (1996)
    23. Response to a criticism of 1993 polygrapher's Dilemma Paper (1996)
    24. New Director of Department of Defence Polygraph Institute Fires Members of a Scientific, Psychophysiological Advisory Committee (1996)
    25. Paper on the North American Polygraph and Psychophysiology (1996)
    26. Lie Detectors Lie (Tell the CIA) New York Times (1995)
    27. Expert Testimony on Polygraph (1995)
    28. A 1993 Symposium on "The validity of the polygraph: experimental psychophysiology and pseudo-scientific polygraphy"
    29. Paper on the CQT Polygrapher's Dilemma (1993)
    30. A 1993 Hostile Review of Theories and Applications in the Detection of Deception: A Psychophysiological and International Perspective, and An Invited Reply by the Book's Authors
    31. "Scientific and Pseudoscientific Psychophysiological Methods for Detecting Deception" Lecture/Discussion at Department of Defence Polygraph Institute, Ft. McLelland, Alabama, October 1991.
    32. A 1991 Review by William Icanno of Theories and Applications in the Detection of Deception: A Psychophysiological and International Perspective
    33. Alice-in-Wonderland Terminological Usage in, and Communicational Concerns About, that Peculiarly American Flight of Technological Fancy The CQT Polygraph (1991)
    34. Reply by Furedy and Heslegrave to comments by other authors on their "The Forensic Use of the Polygraph..." chapter This reply was entitled "Some Elaborations on the Specific-Effects Orientation's Application to North American CQT Polygraphs
    35. The Forensic Use of the Polygraph: A Psychophysiological Analysis of Current Trends and Future Prospects a 1991 chapter in Advances in Psychophysiology by John Furedy and Ronald Heslegrave.
    36. The North American CQT Polygraph and the Legal Profession: A Case of Canadian Credulity and a Cause for Cultural Concern (1989)
    37. Validity of the Lie Detector: A Psychophysiological Perspective (1988)
    38. Psychology Professor Crusades Against Use of Lie Detector Published in the UofT Bulletin, 1988, April 4 issue.
    39. Countering Confessions Induced by the Polygraph: Of Confessionals and Pschologica; Rubber Hoses (1986)
    40. Does a Lie Detector Really Tell the Truth Sunday Star March 24, 1985

    41. "Founded on lies, it [the CQT polygraph] spreads distrust while posing as the path to truth"(attributed to John Furedy on www.antipolygraph.org)

    42. A Book Review (1982) of "A Tremor In The Blood: Uses And Abuses Of The Lie Detector" by David T, Lykken.

     

  2. The Science-Based Guilty Knowledge Test (GKT) or Concealed Information Test (CIT) for Detecting Guilt
    1. The Concealed Information Test as an Instrument of Applied Differential Psychophysiology: Methodological Considerations (2009)
    2. P300-based Detection of Concealed Autobiographical Versus Incidentally Acquired Information in Target and Non-Target Paradigms (2006)
    3. Refreshing Memory For Details Of A Mock Crime Does Not Enhance Accuracy Of A P300 Guilty Knowledge Laboratory Test (Power Point Presentation, 2005)
    4. Specific and Reactive Sensitivities of Skin Resistance Response and Respiratory Apnea in a Japanese Concealed Information Test (CIT) of Criminal Guilt (2004)
    5. The Roles of Deception, Intention to Deceive, and Motivation to Avoid Detection in the Psychophysical Detection of Guilty Knowledge (1991)
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  3. The Differentiation of Deception as a Psychological Function the Significance of Which is Primarily Scientific.
    1. Electrodermal Differentiation Of Deception: The Effect Of Choice Versus No Choice Of Deceptive Items (1994)
    2. Electrodermal Differentation of Deception: Potentially Confounding and Influencing Factors (1992)
    3. Differentiation of Deception as a Psychological Process: A Psychophysiological Approach (1988)

 

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