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|Comment||Thank you very much Jeffrey (hopefully correctly your first name). It is curious because a previous polygrapher in the state said no. I do not know if it is due to the fear of questioning a powerful workman comp carrier with fears of being deselected, etc. But I thought the initial response of this polygrapher, "the questions are too subjective" to be puzzling to me, especially since all events, etc. in life rank somewhere on the continuum of subjectivity and objectivity. The question to me, objectively, would be no different if I asked someone if the slapped a garage wall on a certain date. That event may have been unwitnessed, may have caused some tactile sensation in the hand and all sensation, even though there is an underlying physiological mechanism, has elements of subjectivity to it as the signal reaches the brain and is interpreted (arguably, with that interpretation too having an objective physiological mechanism but one that in real time is currently not easily measured but is being further explored in virtual MRI and/or PET scan). I appreciate your time and response. It reconfirms what I suspected and reminds me to be diligent in my questioning and not simply submissive to answers given by a specialist in another field. Regards, r|
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