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Reply #30 - Feb 17th, 2016 at 2:59am
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Electrical Engineering, involved in instrumentation, which sparked an interest in the subject. I find it an interesting mix of science and ethics--similar to whether or not an engineer should be involved in the design of weaponry. I am very prolific and varied in my interests, studies and experimentation encompassing many disciplines, mostly involving science. And, I do find Matte's Hope/Fear concept very interesting....
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Reply #31 - Feb 17th, 2016 at 8:53pm
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If you are ever so inclined, on page 12 of the attached issue of the European Police Science and Research Bulletin is a very interesting article by Kovalenka & Saldžiūnas which delineates a forensic example of the EKT. I believe these gentlemen are worthy of your time and scrutiny as they have over a decade of empirical data from high stakes field examinations. It's also curious to note that the criminal courts accept their polygraph testimony into evidence. Also interesting is the fact that they tried and eventually abandoned the CQT totally in 2004.
  

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Re: Does the CIT steal the Antipolygraph Community's Fire?
Reply #32 - Apr 11th, 2016 at 12:04pm
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Ex Member wrote on Feb 14th, 2016 at 7:22pm:
Dan, I never attended a polygraph school. I am an engineer by trade.


"Polygraph school"?  Wouldn't that be a bit like an astrology school?   lol Wink
  

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