Definition of Keeler polygraph
: an instrument for making a graphic record of the changes in blood pressure and pulse and respiration rate of someone being questioned under or as if under suspicion of guilt —called also lie detector
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Origin and Etymology of keeler polygraph
after Leonarde Keeler †1949 American criminologist, its inventor
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