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A survey of advocates discloses variations in preferences in arbitral styles, from tightly controlled hearings to an unstructured proceeding. All reject the overly active or overly passive arbitrator. All seek an atmosphere of civility and mutual respect. Suggestions from the discussants include a set of model procedural rules for arbitrators, a standardized pre-hearing form for …

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The author discusses the invalidity of the polygraph, the voice stress analyzer, the facial ticometer, the pupillopmeter and other electronic lie-catching apparatus, and considers more reliable principles of credibility.

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