It isn't a secret, but it is seldom mentioned that polygraph examinations have two accuracy rates.
One accuracy rate is for people who are lying, and most examiners are very accurate when catching liars.
The other accuracy rate is for people who are truthful. Some examiners have difficulty identifying truthfulness.
It takes skill and effort to get some strong-willed people to listen, or to think. The first thing a truthful person has to do is to prove they are answering questions exactly the way they are asked. The next thing a truthful person must do is to prove they are thinking carefully and they mean exactly what they say. It takes skill and effort to get some people to really think about everything, and to prove that when they say no it actually means they never did. This is why some sociopathic con men have tremendous difficulty passing a polygraph, even if they are truthful. They can't demonstrate that the truth can only be one thing, a fact. They never learned to think that way. To pass you first have to prove that the truth can only be one thing.
I specialize in making sure that if you really are truthful, you will understand what you must do for your truthfulness to be accurately reflected in your polygraph examination.
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