Keeler polygraph

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An instrument for recording changes in respiration rate, pulse rate, and blood pressure, used as a lie detector during interrogations. See also polygraph. [Named after the US criminologist Leonarde Keeler (1903–49) who invented it]

Subjects: Psychology.

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