A polygraph examination is a scientific test that collects physiological data from a person with the purpose of detecting reactions associated with dishonesty. At least three systems in the human body are recorded during a polygraph examination. Respiratory activity is monitored by placing rubber tubes across the examinee's chest.
It is important to note that a polygraph does not include the analysis of physiology associated with the voice. Instruments that claim to record voice or psychological stress are not polygraphs and have not been shown to have scientific support.
How Can We Help
If you are experiencing relationship or infidelity issues or simply have concerns about a loved one’s behavior, a polygraph (lie detector test) can help you. All polygraphs are conducted by a Licensed Polygraph Examiner. The polygraph exam will cost approximately $475.
Q: How long will my polygraph exam take?
A:Plan to spend 2-3 hours at your polygraph appointment. We will be discussing details of your concerns, issues related to the exam and phases of the polygraph exam.
Q: Can I have someone present to witness my examination?
A: No, the presence of another person adds distraction for the Examiner and Examinee. Polygraph examinations are very private and confidential. At some point during the process you may choose to disclose information that may be very personal.
Q: How should I prepare for the polygraph examination?
A: We recommend a good night sleep, avoid any alcohol or other related substances for a minimum of 24 hrs. Arrive on time and plan to be truthful during the examination process.
Q: How shall I respond to the questions during the actual polygraph test?
A: Be prepared to respond with a Yes or No answer. No other verbal responses are needed once you’re in the test phase of the exam.
Q: If I’m nervous during the examination will it affect the outcome of the examination?
A: Nervousness is not uncommon and a good Examiner anticipates this response. This will not affect the outcome of the exam.