Funtionality

What are the differences between EyeDetect and the polygraph?

2019-06-28T14:53:15-06:00

Polygraph machines sense changes in glucocorticoid (hormone) levels, which initiate chemical reactions such as changes in respiration, heart rate and skin conductance (a moisture buildup under skin). Thus, a polygraph measures physiological changes when under the stress of questioning. That questioning is intended to determine whether a person is lying or being truthful. EyeDetect measures

What are the differences between EyeDetect and the polygraph?2019-06-28T14:53:15-06:00

What is the basic structure or process of an EyeDetect test?

2019-06-28T14:48:43-06:00

Each test consists of an introduction, a practice test, and then five sessions of 48 true or false statements. Questions related to two issues are asked, as well as neutral questions. The same questions are repeated in a randomized order during the five sessions, and these sessions are separated by four sessions of alpha arithmetic-based

What is the basic structure or process of an EyeDetect test?2019-06-28T14:48:43-06:00

Some polygraph tests deal with many relevant issues during one exam. EyeDetect covers two issues. What is the accuracy rate for those polygraph tests?

2019-06-28T14:48:27-06:00

Simply stated, polygraph tests that cover multiple issues (not related to a specific incident) may show substantially reduced accuracy and efficiency. The risk of error ¬increases to the extent that the test includes a number of separate issues that can be independently answered truthfully or deceptively. Such tests are problematic when the individual is truthful

Some polygraph tests deal with many relevant issues during one exam. EyeDetect covers two issues. What is the accuracy rate for those polygraph tests?2019-06-28T14:48:27-06:00

What does EyeDetect measure to determine deception?

2019-06-28T14:47:51-06:00

While reading a computer-based series of questions, EyeDetect measures an examinee’s response accuracy, response time, pupil diameter, reading behavior and blink rates. The results are consistent with the cognitive workload hypothesis.Observations include:Guilty individuals — when compared to innocent individuals and while responding to simple test statements — make more errors, take longer to respond, make

What does EyeDetect measure to determine deception?2019-06-28T14:47:51-06:00