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Introduction: Polygraphy

Description of Polygraphy

Polygraphy: simultaneous recording of various physiological responses as represented by mechanical or electrical impulses, such as respiratory movements, pulse wave, blood pressure and the psychogalvanic reflex; such phenomena reflect emotional reactions which are of use in detecting deception.
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