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PozycjaChicago: Birthplace of Modern Polygraphy(Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM, 2019) Horvath, Frank"The city of Chicago apparently got its name from the Miami-Illinois Indian word “shikaakwa,” meaning ‘smelly leek (garlic/onion)’. The leeks were prevalent along the river that flowed through the area (now the city of Chicago) and the Indian name for them also referred to the ‘striped skunk’, a smelly critter. Th at bit of history has no real relevance here other than to note that what happened in Chicago produced an exotic aroma that still today hangs in the air and continues to infl uence what is known about and what is done in the field of Polygraphy. Smelly? Well, maybe to critics. Not to those who know and understand Polygraphy."(...) PozycjaCritical Changes Over the 100 Year Evolution of Polygraph Practices(Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM, 2020) Slowik, Stanley M."I believe the most important evolutionary changes to polygraph procedures and practices over the last 100 years were all the result of the creation of the first modern day crime laboratory in 1930 at the Northwestern School of Law, shortly thereaft er to become the Chicago Police Scientifi c Crime Laboratory and the many years of polygraph fi eld research and practice by John Reid and Fred Inbau."(...)