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The infidelity / loyalty test is one of the most requested exams. Indeed, the member of a couple who has doubts about possible adventures on the part of their spouse seeks to have that spouse pass a lie detector test to confirm or deny doubts.
Passing a loyalty / infidelity test is a solution that will help dispel the doubts that have settled within the couple. It is indeed possible to “go back in time”; as long as the actions are present in the subject’s memory, they can be attested.
The result of the meta analysis prepared for the American Polygraph Association, shows that, depending on the method used for the test, the reliability of the test varies between 87.5% and 94%.
The examiner throughout the procedure will also enrich the results with an analysis of the subject’s behavior as well as with the analysis of his verbal and non-verbal signs.
People sometimes do not investigate whether they have been lied to because they fear the consequences the truth may hold. Some statistics suggest that up to 50% of men and 40% of women engage in extramarital relations (Feldman & Cauffman, 1999), yet many of them will remain undiscovered. A husband, for example, might try to dismiss suspicions that his wife is having an affair and avoid discovering the truth, because if he were to discover the truth and confront her with his knowledge about her lover, she may decide to leave her husband. This may be something he does not want her to do. Therefore, communicating what he has discovered may have undesirable consequences for the betrayed man and, upon realising this, he may decide not to investigate the issue.Detecting Lies and Deceit
Pitfalls and Opportunities
Aldert Vrij 2008
Detecting Lies and Deceit Aldert Vrij 2008 Wiley.
So that your test can meet the reliability and validity criteria. the questions must be objective and not subjective.
The number of questions suggested is four (4), it is however possible to have eight (8). The questions can be combined to respect the framework.
With the use of the "Statement test" written statement it is possible to have more than 8 questions, but this type of test is rarely suggested.
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