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The wrong one. The one you couldn't let go of.
The one you'll never forget. Lucy Albright is far from her Long Island upbringing when she arrives on the campus of her small California college and happy to be hundreds of miles from her mother—whom she's never forgiven for an act of betrayal in her early teen years.
Quickly grasping at her fresh start, Lucy embraces college life and all it has to offer. And then she meets Stephen DeMarco. Confident and cocksure, Stephen sees something in Lucy that no one else has, and she's quickly seduced by this vision of herself, and the sense of possibility that his attention brings her.
Meanwhile, Stephen is determined to forget an incident buried in his past that, if exposed, could ruin him, and his single-minded drive for success extends to winning, and keeping, Lucy's heart.
Lucy knows there's something about Stephen that isn't to be trusted. Stephen knows Lucy can't tear herself away. And their addicting entanglement will have consequences they never could have imagined.
With the psychological insight and biting wit of Luckiest Girl Alive , and the yearning ambitions and desires of Sweetbitter , this keenly intelligent and supremely resonant novel chronicles the exhilaration and dilemmas of young adulthood and the difficulty of letting go—even when you know you should.
Most advocates come from law enforcement, intelligence agencies, businesses concerned with pilferage and embez- zlement, and some of the scientists who have done research. Critics include civil libertarians, some jurists and attor- neys, and other scientists who have studied the polygraph. I make no policy recom- mendations about whether or how the polygraph should be used.
Instead I seek to clarify the nature of the argument for those who must make those judgments, making the choices clear, and the limits of the scientific evidence known. But I address not just government officials, police- men, judges, or attorneys.
Everyone today should under- stand the argument about the polygraph, for when it is to be used and what is to be done with the results of the test are important public policy issues.
It will not be wisely resolved without a better-informed public. There may also be personal reasons why everyone would want to be better informed.
Many of my ideas about behavioral clues to deceit, ex- plained in the first six chapters, apply with equal force to detecting deceit with a polygraph. Liars may be betrayed in a polygraph exam because of their detection apprehen- sion, deception guilt, or duping delight.
Lie catchers must be wary of the Othello error and the Brokaw hazard, errors due to individual differences in emotional behavior. Poly- graph operators must contend with risking both believing- a-lie and disbelieving-the-truth mistakes. Most of the precautions and hazards in lie catching are the same no matter whether the lie is detected by polygraph or behav- ioral clues. Who Uses the Polygraph Exam Use of the polygraph to detect some form of lying is widespread and growing.
It is hard to be certain just how many polygraph tests are given in the United States; the best guess is over one million a year. These tests The Polygraph as Lie Catcher are given as part of preemployment screening, to control internal crime, and as part of procedures used in recom- mending promotions.
The private employers who make most use of the polygraph are banks and retail opera- tions.