A Tremor in the Blood: Uses and Abuses of the Lie Detector

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INDEX
Abrams, Stanley, 73-74
Accuracy, see also Reliability; Validity
accuracy claimed by polygraphers, 64, 69-73
the Murray accuracy study, 71-73
Alexander, Franz, 60
Amato, S. L., 177-178
American Polygraph Association, 66, 111
American Psychological Association, 182, 185, 226
Ames, Aldrich, 3, 68
Ansley, Norman, 50
Anticlimax dampening concept, 123
Anxiety IQ, 268
Aptitude tests, 74-75
Army Criminal Investigation Division, 104
Arther, Richard O., 30, 44-45, 69
Astrology, "proof" of validity, 129
Autonomic response to emotions, 60-62
Ax, Albert, 60
Backster, Cleve, 30, 32-34, 123-124
Anticlimax dampening concept, 123
Zone of Comparison method, 33
Bailey, F. Lee, 253, 258, 276
Barland, Gordon, 51, 82, 133, 170
Barthel, Joan, 240
Base rates, 256-259
Beating the lie detector: see Countermeasures
Behavioral symptoms, 31-32, 64, 95-98
in clinical lie tests, 96
in the Control Question Test, 270
Bell, Allan, 41, 165
Bell Telephone Company, Haskins Laboratory, 165
Bennett, Richard H. Jr., 171
Ben-Shakhar, Gershon, 51
Benussi, Vittorio, 64
Bersh, Paul, 104-106
Bitterman, N., 83
Blood pressure
pletheysmograph measurement of, 65
in polygraph "cardio" tracings, 12
Bok, Sissela, 59
Borchard, Eugene, 239-240
Bracy, Cpl. A., 245
Branscomb, Henry, 166
Brenner, Mark, 166-167
Buckley, Julian, 129
Bull Cook Book, 152-153
Burden of proof, 102, 136, 142, 159, 213, 279
Burkey, Lee M, 48, 250
Cannon, Walter, 61
Case examples
brother accused of raping sister, 125
CBS's stolen camera test, 197-198
Coker vs. Piggly Wiggly, 200-205
DeLorean, John, 69
Demjanjuk, John, 38-40
eating of polygraph charts, 17
father accused of incest, 125, 251-252
Fay murder case, 264-267
Frye murder case, 250
Galloway murder case, 143

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