narcoanalysis


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narcoanalysis

[¦när·kō·ə′nal·ə·səs]
(psychology)
Induction of a reversible sleep by intravenous injections of drugs such as amobarbital or thiopental sodium in order to elicit memories and feelings not expressed by the person in a wakeful state because of resistance.
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12 ( ANI ): The special investigation team probing the murder of journalist and activist Gauri Lankesh will conduct a narcoanalysis test on accused K T Naveen Kumar.
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I was subjected to a narcoanalysis test, but they could not get anything.
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During its long investigation, the CBI had questioned an array of suspects and put them through lie- detector and narcoanalysis tests.
The apex court had ruled that no person could be forced and subjected to a narcoanalysis, brain mapping or polygraph test involuntarily as doing so amounts to unwar ranted intrusion of personal liberty and violates Article 20 ( 3) of the Constitution, which prohibits self- incrimination.