Research Paper On Polygraph Test

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  • Overview of Polygraph Testing

    This 8 page paper explains how polygraphs work and why they have long been considered unreliable, and argues that evidence obtained from a polygraph test should once again be banned from the courtroom. Bibliography lists 9 sources.

  • Coronary Angiography

    A 6 page paper that begins by explaining what this test is, including why dye is injected into the blood vessels and why the doctor might order this test, e.g., symptoms the patient might be exhibiting or other test results that suggest the angiography should be performed and what can be learned from this X-ray test. The essay comments on angioplasty and stents and why and how they are used. Other tests that may be performed are also mentioned. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

  • Nuclear Testing, Pakistan, and India

    A 5 page paper discussing the current issue of nuclear testing as it relates to India and Pakistan. It has been many years since any nuclear testing has been conducted in any part of the world and the recent tensions between India and Pakistan have apparently brought out the 'big guns.' On May 11, 1998 -- India tested three nuclear devices 328 feet underground in a remote desert and the tests go on from there. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Ind-paki.wps

  • Identity Testing and DNA

    A 2 page paper discussing the probability of identity through DNA testing. Long used for paternity testing, forensic databases even now are being constructed listing genotypes of known and convicted offenders. Improvements in test procedures and sensitivity has resulted in probability of identity increasing from 1 in 5,000 to 1 in 82 billion in recent years, making DNA testing one of the most reliable methods of proving identity. Bibliography lists 3 sources. KS-DNA.doc

  • Memory Retention Testing For Second Language Classes

    15 pages. Testing techniques in a second language course are numerous and there are mixed results depending upon the type of testing that is done. One test is called the cloze test, which is discussed in this paper. There are ways that linguistic instructors can adapt this particular test so that it can be more easily understood and modified to meet the needs of particular students. Also discussed are some of the difficulties encountered in language testing and requirements and how measurements can be determined to be accurate. Bibliography lists 13 sources.

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