Voice Stress Analysis
The Mark II Voice Stress Analyzer
The Mark II Voice Stress Analyzer is the most advanced, accurate and simple instrument of its kind. It allows the user to automatically detect, measure and analyze the exact degree of psychological stress in a word or phrase spoken by anyone. It can be used in person, through recorded messages or by telephone, or in radio communications.
When a subject tries to cheat, or has emotional difficulty with certain questions, he will experience psychological distress. Any misrepresentation or psychological stress induced by stimuli causes a lack of synchronization between the control of the voice of the brain and the mechanism of the voice in the throat. This stress connection produces an inaudible roughness in the voice called tremolo. Tremolos related to stress occurs uniformly in all human allocations, independent of language or sex.
With this in mind, the Mark II applications are incredible. Traders or entrepreneurs concerned with critical negotiations or personal evaluations, law enforcement agencies and intelligence organizations will find the Mark II very useful. It has new applications for trainings where stress and emotional reactions are a priority, and can be used for medical-psychiatric diagnosis.
The unit is equipped with digital or printed display, which helps in the interpretation and analysis of the final results. The Mark II is totally portable, contained in an attractive briefcase.
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