criminal psychology n.
The branch of psychology that studies criminal behavior.
Such sentiment as this—limited, imperfect, fantastic, as it may sometimes seem—is the pleasantest spot in criminal psychology.
The opportunity for this is given in any text-book on legal medicine, forensic psychopathology, and criminal psychology.
This science afterward developed, through the instrumentality of Metzger and Plainer, as criminal psychology.
criminal psychology has been suggested, but is somewhat narrow.
This is simply the result of solitude, and has no connection whatever with criminal psychology.