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Men in Relationship

by willam princy (2017-12-12)

Relevant polygraph questions must Men in Relationship be objective, factual, distinct, and deal with past events. Questions must pertain to a factual event or statement that did or did not take place. Examiners will not ask about thoughts, feelings, emotions, intentions, or the future. It is not appropriate to ask about how someone feels about you - or what they plan to do in the future - in a polygraph setting. You may ask about sexual acts with other persons, contact or communication with specific individuals, viewing pornography, visiting strip clubs, running personal ads, and similar questions. You may also ask about previous marriages, known children, and known STDs. You may not ask whether the examinee loves you, is attracted to someone else, plans to stay with you, or whether he/she has lied to you about something. Examiners do not ask questions indirectly.