But taken even literally, this is not all the psychology required by the criminalist.
The first is that of Austin, which is essentially the theory of a criminalist.
That probability is in this way and in a number of relations, of great value to the criminalist can not appear doubtful.
For this reason the criminalist must consider the question of secrets carefully.
But these various timbres of the voice especially contain a not insignificant danger for the criminalist.
For the criminalist can not be too cautious when he has an old maid to examine.
And it is for this very reason that the criminalist must seek it out.
I believe that to keep going with merely what the criminalist knows about the matter, belongs to his most difficult tasks.
One of the most difficult tasks of the criminalist who is engaged in psychological investigation is the judgment of woman.
The criminalist gives the statistician the figures but the latter can derive no significant principles from them.