Technique that employs most of the standard test questions except a probable-lie comparison questions, and each question is presented twice in succession during the testing. The examinee is instructed to answer truthfully to the first presentation, and untruthfully the second time, or vice versa. While the technique is amenable to the 7-position scoring, it has its own unique set of decision rules that are different from the more familiar comparison question formats. The Positive Control Technique is one form of the Yes-No Technique. See: Driscoll, Honts & Jones (1987); Gordon & Cochetti (1982); Howland (1981); Reali (1978).