Planting the Seeds of Polygraphʼs Practice A Brief Historical Review

Tuvya T. Amsel 1
  • 1 , Tel Aviv, Israel

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  • Carlsen, E. (1921), ‘Truth in the Machine’, California Magazine, Berkley Cal Alumni 2010, Criminal Law & Criminology, 11(4), 551–558.

  • Ferrero, G. (1911), Introduction [in:] The Criminal Man, Putnam’s Sons, NY.

  • Inbau, F.E. (1942), Lie Detection and Criminal Interrogation, Williams & Wilkins Company, Baltimore.

  • Inbau, F.E. (1948), Lie Detection and Criminal Interrogation. Second ed., Rev., Williams & Wilkins Company, Baltimore.

  • Keeler, L. (1934), ‘Debunking the Lie-Detector’, Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology, 25, 1, 153

  • Keeler, L. (1930), ‘Method for Detecting Deception’, American Journal of Police Science, 1(1), 38–52.

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  • Larson, J.A. (1923), ‘The cardio-pneumo-psychogram and its use in the study of the emotions, with practical applications’, Journal of Experimental Psychology, 5(5), 323–328.

  • Larson, J.A. (1923), ‘The cardio-pneumo-psychogram in deception’, Journal of Experimental Psychology, 6(6), 420–454.

  • Larson, J.A. (1922), ‘Modification of the Marston Deception Test’, Journal of American Institute of Criminal Law & Criminology, 12(3), 390–399.

  • Lombroso, C. (1991), ‘Crime: Its Causes and Remedies, Boston: Little, Brown & Company 1911’, Excerpt reprinted in Polygraph, 20 (1), 52–53.

  • Marston, W.M. (1921), ‘Psychological Possibilities in the Deception Tests’, Journal of American Institute of Criminal Law and Criminology, 11, 551–570.

  • Marston, W.M. (1938), The lie detector test, Smith, New York.

  • M’Dowall, R.J.S. (1933), ‘The Physiology of the Psycho-Galvanic Reflex’, Quarterly Journal of Experimental Physiology, 23(1), 277–285.

  • Münsterberg, H. (1907), On the Witness Stand, Doubleday, NY.

  • Reid, J.E. (1947), ‘A Revised Questioning Technique in Lie-Detection Tests’, Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology, 37(6), 542.

  • Stevens, V. (1994), ‘Biography of Leonarde Keeler’, Polygraph, 23(2) 118–126.

  • Summers, W.G. (1939), ‘Science can get the confession’, Fordhan Law Review, 8, 335–354.

  • Trovillo, P.V. (1942), ‘Deception test criteria: How one can determine truth and falsehood from polygraphic records’, Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, 33 (4), 338–358.

  • Trovillo, P.V. (1938), ‘History of Lie Detection’, Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology, 29(6), 848–881.

  • Trovillo, P.V. (1941), ‘What the Lie-Detector Can’t Do’, Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology, 32(1), 121.

  • Turrou, L.G. (1938), Nazi Spies in America, Random House, New York.

  • Winter J.E. (1936), ‘A comparison of the cardio-pneumo-psychograph and association methods in the detection of lying in cases of theft among college students’, Journal of Applied Psychology, 20, 243–248.

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