How does a lie detector work?

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IF you’re like most people, lying makes your heart race. It makes you pant. It drives up your blood pressure and makes you drip sweat. A polygraph machine detects lies by looking for signs of these physiological changes.

The goal of a lie detector is to see if the person is telling the truth or lying when answering certain questions.

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