The basic principles of IdentityDetect® are rooted in science, particularly in the study of the brain and cognition. Studies show that lies and deception increase a cognitive load. So, for example, lying about one’s identity would produce measurable changes in the nervous system that indicate increased cognitive load when answering questions. The theory is similar to your standard polygraph lie detector, just a bit more high-tech.
How does IdentityDetect® work to produce accurate results?