Definition of polygraphic in English:


Pronunciation /ˌpäliˈɡrafik/


See polygraph

‘Marston was a psychologist who paved the way for the polygraphic lie detector test: most authorities on the comic, and indeed Marston himself, don't deny his fascination with strong women.’
  • ‘The polygraphic recordings were analyzed at 30-second intervals and classified as NREM sleep, REM sleep, or undetermined sleep according to recommended criteria.’
  • ‘Chart speed was 5 mm/sec, and polygraphic records were scored by hand.’
  • ‘Both horizontal and vertical eye movements could therefore be recorded using a single polygraphic channel.’
  • ‘Their polygraphic sleep recordings were compared with those of matched control infants.’