Understanding the Limits and Scope of Lie Detector Test Questions
Clients often ask us during the free consultation whether their proposed questions are suitable and appropriate for a polygraph examination. At Lie Detector UK, we understand the importance of providing guidance and support to help you make the most of this powerful tool.
It’s essential to keep in mind that the questions asked during a polygraph examination need to be specific to a particular incident, event, or action. They should be focused on actions taken rather than thoughts or emotions. This ensures that the results of the test are objective and reliable
The Limits of Polygraph Questions: Why Emotions Cannot be Measured
When it comes to polygraph questions, it’s essential to keep in mind that emotions cannot be measured. One common question we often receive is whether someone loves their partner. While this is an understandable concern, love is an emotion, and therefore, it cannot be accurately measured by a polygraph examination.
It’s essential to develop questions that are specific to a particular incident or action. For example, questions about specific events or actions taken by your partner can provide objective and reliable results. This ensures that the test remains focused on objective measures of behaviour, rather than subjective measures of emotions.
We always advise our clients to keep their questions as detailed and specific as possible, as this can help to achieve more accurate results.
Our experienced team of professionals can help guide you in developing the right questions for your situation, ensuring that the test is as effective as possible..
Our experienced team of professionals can help guide you in developing the right questions for your specific situation. We understand that each case is unique and requires a tailored approach to achieve the best results.
Examples of Infidelity Lie Detector Test Questions: Why They’re Relevant and Accurate
At Lie Detector UK, we understand the importance of developing relevant and accurate questions for a polygraph examination. Our experienced team of professionals can help guide you in developing the right questions for your specific situation.
We’ve developed a set of examples of questions that would be suitable for an infidelity lie detector test. These questions are designed to be specific, focused on actions rather than emotions, and are developed to achieve accurate and reliable results.
By providing a brief explanation of what makes each question relevant and how it supports an accurate and thorough test, we can help you understand the importance of developing the right questions for your situation.
Our experienced team can work with you to develop the best questions for your specific situation, ensuring that the test is as effective as possible.
Developing Specific and Focused Questions for an Infidelity Polygraph Examination
We have outlined some examples of questions that are suitable for this type of test, explaining what makes them relevant and how they support accurate and thorough testing.
“Since the beginning of the relationship, have you ever had sexual intercourse with anyone other than (Name of partner)?”
This question is specific in terms of the period of time, the action that may have taken place, and the clear division that we are referring to the partner. It provides a clear close-ended answer that the person being tested must provide, ensuring objective and reliable results.
“Since the beginning of the relationship, have you ever had sexual contact with anyone other than (Name of Partner)?”
During the pre-test interview, the actual meaning and definition of each word of the question is explained to the person being tested, leaving no doubt in their answer. For a man, sexual contact means touching a woman’s bare breast, vagina, performing oral sex on the woman, or masturbation. For a woman, it means touching a man’s bare penis, performing oral sex on the man, or masturbation.
It’s essential to keep in mind that kissing is not included in the above question and would need to be defined in the pre-test interview. This ensures that there is no ambiguity or confusion when developing the right questions for your specific situation. A passionate kiss, where there is sexual desire, would need to be clearly defined, as opposed to a simple peck on the cheek.
“Have you made arrangements to see another person whom you are attracted to either in person or via any other communication including social media during the period of the relationship?”
This question is popular and often relates to the stem or source of the problem, such as online dating, flirtatious text messaging, or contacting people through Facebook. By asking specific questions that get to the heart of the matter, we can achieve accurate and reliable results that provide you with the answers you need to move forward with confidence.
At Lie Detector UK, we believe that every situation is unique, and we work closely with our clients to develop the right questions for their specific situation. Contact us today to learn more about our infidelity and polygraph examination services and how we can help you get the answers you need to move forward with confidence.