Polygraph Schools?

Answer Polygraphs, which are commonly known as "lie detectors" are interrogation devices that are used to detect any physiological changes that might occur. The tool records changes in order to determine ... Read More »

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Accredited Polygraph Schools?

The American Polygraph Association (APA) in Chattanooga, Tennessee is the world's largest polygraph organization and represents more than 3,000 polygraph examiners working in law enforcement, gover... Read More »

Polygraph Training Schools?

There are 17 polygraph training schools located in nine states that are accredited by the American Polygraph Association (APA). In states that do require licensing, required formal instruction gene... Read More »

The American Polygraph Association Schools?

With more than 2,500 members, The American Polygraph Association accredits 17 polygraph schools in the United States and 13 others worldwide, including those in Singapore, Canada, Mexico and Israel... Read More »

What does a polygraph test measure?

Polygraph tests measure the body's physiological reactions to certain questions, according to the Skeptic's Dictionary. Theoretically, since people tend to get nervous when lying, you can tell if s... Read More »