Professor Susan Stehlik offers insights on the effectiveness of office polygraph tests
— October 4, 2018
Excerpt from BBC Capital -- "Susan Stehlik is a professor of management communication at New York University. She likens office polygraphs to a ‘stress test’ for young applicants she observed as an independent consultant for a major hedge fund. 'They’d say to a student, with four or five senior people in the room, give me the square root of 563,000,' she says. She says their rationale was: 'Well, if you’re going to be a trader, you need to know numbers.'"