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Criminal Profiling: An Introduction to Behavioral Evidence Analysis

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Now in its fourth edition, "Criminal Profiling" - winner of a 2013 Texty Award from the Text and Academic Authors Association - is an established resource centered on the deductive profiling method developed by the author. With 35% new content, this edition contains cases in each chapter, along with the latest advances in evidence-based profiling. Additional information ha ...more
ebook, 728 pages
Published March 9th 2011 by Academic Press (first published May 1999)
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Gregory Gietzen
Definitely a worthwhile read, especially as an alternative to a lot of the offerings out there. Turvey insists on the primacy of the scientific method in criminal investigation, and the importance of deduction over induction. Right there I knew we were going to be best of friends, and when he included the section excoriating anyone willing to entertain psychics as an investigative tool, I was sold. The insistence on scientific rigor is something I'd like to see adopted across the board, since ju ...more
Tawny Taylor
Excellent resource for authors of suspense and mystery fiction. The price is on the high side, but the book is well worth the cost. A keeper.
A very good survey of criminal profiling theory and methods. Part of the quality of the book comes from the breadth and depth of the contributors that Turvey brings in, but another reason for the book's quality stems from Turvey's personal interest in the subject, the reason for which he details in the introduction. This is a great book for anyone looking for a thorough overview of the subject, as well as an in-depth examination for professions.
Seems all right. Kind of boring. Very, very technical. The author's opinion on pioneering individuals in the field of criminal profiling is made clear to the reader. I never like it when an author references himself or his opinions and theories in a text - just give me the facts, please - and I think that's a big part of the reason why I don't really care for this. Can't imagine I'll finish it. Cool pictures, though.
So confusing!!!! Will update when I finish. Right now however I think the author is horrible and contradictory. I am reading this for a class and I am getting irritated with this...well this is what it is but I disagree and this is the fault of blah blah blah...
Katherine Maxted
This looks really good, but as it arrived my daughter nabbed it. So i'm waiting my turn.
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