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blalock
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posted 06-03-2007 04:26 PM Click Here to See the Profile for blalock Click Here to Email blalock Edit/Delete Message
In response to a posting made by Barry in November 2006, I submit the following information an effort to catalog studies related to polygraph:
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Control Question Test Laboratory Studies

Driscoll, L. N., Honts, Cr. R. and Jones, D. (1987) The validity of the positive control physiological detection of deception technique. Journal of Police Science and Administration, 15, 46-50.

Honts, C. R. Raskin, D. C., and Kircher, J.C. (1994) Mental and physical countermeasures reduce the accuracy of polygraph tests. Journal of Applied Psychology, 79, 252-259.

Horowitz, S. W., Kircher, J. C., Honts, C. R. and Raskin, D. C. (1997) The role of comparison questions in physiological detection of deception. Psychophysiology, 34, 108-115.

Kircher, J. C. and Raskin, D. C. (1988) Human versus computerized evaluations of polygraph data in a laboratory setting. Journal of Applied Psychology, 9, 568-569.

Podlesny, J. A. and Raskin, D. C. (1978) Effectiveness of techniques and physiological measures in the detection of deception. Psychophysiology, 15, 344-359.

Podlesney, J. A. and Truslow, C. M. (1993) Validity of an expanded-issue (modified general question) polygraph technique in a simulated distributed-crime-roles context. Journal of Applied Psychology, 78, 788-797.

Raskin, D. C. and Hare, R. D. (1978) Psychopathy and detection of deception in a prison population. Psychophysiology, 15, 121-136.

Rovner, L. I., Raskin, D. C. and Kircher, J. C. (1979) Effects of information and practice on detection of deception. Psychophysiology, 16, 197-198.


Reliability of the Utah System of Numerical Scoring in Laboratory Studies

Podlesny, J. A. and Raskin, D. C. (1978) Effectiveness of techniques and physiological measures in the detection of deception. Psychophysiology, 15, 344-359.

Rovner, L. I., Raskin, D. C. and Kircher, J. C. (1979) Effects of information and practice on detection of deception. Psychophysiology, 16, 197-198.

Kircher, J. C. and Raskin, D. C. (1988) Human versus computerized evaluations of polygraph data in a laboratory setting. Journal of Applied Psychology, 9, 568-569.

Honts, C. R. Raskin, D. C., and Kircher, J.C. (1994) Mental and physical countermeasures reduce the accuracy of polygraph tests. Journal of Applied Psychology, 79, 252-259.

Horowitz, S. W., Kircher, J. C., Honts, C. R. and Raskin, D. C. (1997) The role of comparison questions in physiological detection of deception. Psychophysiology, 34, 108-115.


Validity of the Utah System of Numerical Scoring in Laboratory Studies

Raskin, D. C. and Hare, R. D. (1978) Psychopathy and detection of deception in a prison population. Psychophysiology, 15, 121-136.

Podlesny, J. A. and Raskin, D. C. (1978) Effectiveness of techniques and physiological measures in the detection of deception. Psychophysiology, 15, 344-359.

Rovner, L. I., Raskin, D. C. and Kircher, J. C. (1979) Effects of information and practice on detection of deception. Psychophysiology, 16, 197-198.

Kircher, J. C. and Raskin, D. C. (1988) Human versus computerized evaluations of polygraph data in a laboratory setting. Journal of Applied Psychology, 9, 568-569.

Honts, C. R. Raskin, D. C., and Kircher, J.C. (1994) Mental and physical countermeasures reduce the accuracy of polygraph tests. Journal of Applied Psychology, 79, 252-259.

Horowitz, S. W., Kircher, J. C., Honts, C. R. and Raskin, D. C. (1997) The role of comparison questions in physiological detection of deception. Psychophysiology, 34, 108-115.

Accuracy of Specific Issue Laboratory Studies Conducted at the University of Utah

Honts, C. R., Raskin, D. C. and Kircher, J. C. (1987) Effects of physical countermeasures and their electromyographic detection during polygraph tests for deception. Psychophysiology, 1, 241-47.

Honts, C. R. Raskin, D. C., and Kircher, J.C. (1994) Mental and physical countermeasures reduce the accuracy of polygraph tests. Journal of Applied Psychology, 79, 252-259.

Kircher, J. C. and Raskin, D. C. (1988) Human versus computerized evaluations of polygraph data in a laboratory setting. Journal of Applied Psychology, 9, 568-569.

Podlesny, J. A. and McGehee, C. M. (1987) Investigative detection of deception: Role discrimination with a general question technique [Abstract]. Psychophysiology, 15, 344-359.

Podlesney, J. A. and Truslow, C. M. (1993) Validity of an expanded-issue (modified general question) polygraph technique in a simulated distributed-crime-roles context. Journal of Applied Psychology, 78, 788-797.

Raskin, D. C. and Hare, R. D. (1978) Psychopathy and detection of deception in a prison population. Psychophysiology, 15, 121-136.

Raskin, D. C., Kircher, J. C., Honts, C. R. and Horowitz, S. W. (1988). Validity of control question polygraph tests in criminal investigation [Abstract]. Psychophysiology, 25, 476.

Rovner, L. I. (1986). The accuracy of physiological detection of deception for subjects with prior knowledge. Polygraph, 15, 1-39.

Accuracy of Specific Issue Laboratory Studies Conducted at DODPI

Blackwell, N. J. (1994). An evaluation of the effectiveness of the Polygraph Automated Scoring System (PASS) in detecting deception in a mock crime analog study. Fort McClellan (AL): Department of Defense Polygraph Institute, Report No.: DoDPI94-R-0003, DTIC # ADA 305755.

DoDPI Staff (2001). Test of a mock theft scenario for use in the psychophysiological detection of deception: IV. Polygraph, 30(4), 244-253.

Honts, C. R., Barland, G. H. and Barger, S. D. (1989). The relative validity of criminal and screening approaches to the detection of deception [Abstract]. Psychophysiology, 26, Suppl 4A:533.

Honts, C. R. Raskin, D. C., and Kircher, J.C. (1994) Mental and physical countermeasures reduce the accuracy of polygraph tests. Journal of Applied Psychology, 79, 252-259.

Honts, C. R. (1992). Counterintelligence scope polygraph (CSP) test found to be a poor discriminator. Forensic Reports, 5, 215-218.

Ingram, E. M. (1996a). Test of a mock theft scenario for use in the psychophysiological detection of deception: I. Fort McClellan (AL): Department of Defense Polygraph Institute. Report No.: DoDPI96-R-0003, DTIC# ADA318988.

Ingram, E. M. (1996b). Test of a mock theft scenario for use in the psychophysiological detection of deception: III. Fort McClellan (AL): Department of Defense Polygraph Institute. Report No.: DoDPI97-R-0003, DTIC# ADA321138.
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What would be great is not only to be able to post the catalogued articles, but also when we click on the article reference, the actual study (in PDF or similar format) comes up!

Ben

[This message has been edited by blalock (edited 06-03-2007).]

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Barry C
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posted 06-03-2007 06:27 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Barry C Click Here to Email Barry C Edit/Delete Message
Almost all of those publications are available (on PDF) on Charles Honts' website.

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blalock
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posted 06-03-2007 07:50 PM Click Here to See the Profile for blalock Click Here to Email blalock Edit/Delete Message
Barry,

Do you mean http://truth.boisestate.edu/jcaawp/default.html ? I can't find them...

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