Criminal Psychology

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APPENDIX B.

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BALDWIN, J. M. Handbook of Psychology. New York, 1891. BELL, SIR CHARLES. The Hand - Its Mechanism and Vital Endowments. Philadelphia, 1835. BINET, A. Le fatigue intellectuelle. Paris, 1898. BOURDON, B. L'expression des motions et des tendances dan le langage. Paris, 1892.

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HALL, G. STANLEY. Youth; its Educative Regimen and Hygiene. New York, 1907.

JAMES, W. The Principles of Psychology. 2 vols. New York, 1890. JANET, PIERRE. Lautomatisme psychologique. Paris, 1889. The Major Symptoms of Hysteria. N. Y., 1907. JAsTRow, J. The Subconscious. JONES, E. E. The Influence of Bodily Posture on Mental Activities. N. Y., 1907. JUDD, C. ff. Psychology. N. Y., 1907.

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SCOTT, W. D. The Psychology of Public Speaking. Phil., 1907. SIDis, B. The Psychology of Suggestion. N. Y., 1898. SIGHELr, Scipio. La foule criminelle: essai de psychologie collective. Paris, 1901. STOUT, G. F. Manual of Psychology. London, 1907.

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INDEX.

A ABERCROMBIE, 216, 274.

Accompaniments, imitative, of action, 48.

Accuracy, psychological, and require- ments of law, 107.

Affection, and pa.s.sion, in judges, 417; in witnesses, 418; and hatred, 418.

After-images, 442.

Aged, memory of, 272.

Aim, of applied psychology of states of mind, 3.

ALEMBERT, 172.

ALFIERI, 393.

ALTMANN, 481.

Amnesia, retrograde, 274.

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a.n.a.logy, 144; danger of, 145, 147; justification of, 146.

Hallucinations, distinguished from il- lusions, 455; causes of, 456. Hand ' the, 100; effect of use on, 101; bibliography of, 101; described, 102; evidential value of, 101, 103; move- ments of, 104. HARLESS, 100. HARTENBERG, 75. HARTENSTFIN, 60, 252. HARTMANN, 167, 177, 281, HASELBRUNNEu, 39. Hat, 53. Hate, in women, 354. Hatred, 286, 418. HAUSNER, 31. Hearing, problems of, 208. HEERWAGEN, 482. HEINRICH, 205. HEINROTH, 1, 327. h.e.l.lENBACH, 103. HILLEBRAND, 105, 106. HELMHOLTZ, 42, 189, 191, 197, 202, 204, 207, 218, 233, 241, 242,380, 407, 429, 443, 449. Help, against discursiveness, 19. HELVETIUS, 188. HFNLE, 50. HENRI, 367. HENSEN, 259. HERBART, 85, 188, 236, 259, 383. Heredity, 410. HERING, 259, 278, 403. Heroification, 253. HEUSINGER, 85, 309, 367. HIGIER, 245. HiPPEL, 56. HIRSCH, 492. HOBBES, 255. HOFFBAUER, 1, 319, 488. 116FLER, 161, 243, 267, 464. HOFMANN, 227. HOLLAND, H., 274, 373. HOLTZENDORFF, 2. Home-sickness, influence of, 78. Honor, 421. HOPPE, 436, 456, 457, 465, 473. HUBERT, 274. HUGHES, 85.

HUMBOLDT, 160, 201. HUME, 119, 126, 129, 130, 131, 157, 164, 171, 221, 240, 254, 260, 388,406. HUXLEY, 176. Hypocrisy, feminine, depends on dis- honesty, 343. Hysteria, 331.

ICARD, 312. Ideas, imaginative, 459; personal equation in, 462; observation of, 463; and perception, 464; and pre- monition, 466. Idiots, memory of, 270. Ignorance, 23; to be generally pre- supposed, 23. IHFRING, 10. Illumination, retrospective, of per- ception, 194; differences of, 200. Illusions, of memory, 275; how dis- covered in witnesses, 423; cla.s.sifica- tion of, 424; limits of, 424; and false inference, 425; optical, 428; of movement, 435; subjects of opti- cal, 436; reasons for, 437; auditory, 443; causes of, 444; of normal people, 446; tactual 449; of tastd, 452; olfactory, 453. Image, 233; difference from object, 233, 234; and speech, 235; and third dimension, 235; and move- ment, 236; alterations observable in, 236; and time, 237. Images, and truth, 224; effect of on views of the uneducated, 391. Imagination, 232; difficulties of, 233; ideas due to, 459. Imitation, accompanying action, 48; and the crowd, 415; and duplication, 415. Impatience, 19; dangers of, 20. Inanimate, perversity of the, 72. Inclination, 393; and vagabondage, 394. Indifference, att.i.tude of, 378. Induction, 137; and the lawyer, 138; and a.n.a.logy, 138; difficulties of, 139; sympathetic, 440.

Inference, 105; relation to logic and psychology, 106; and occupation, 167; and form, 168; unconscious, 168, and comparison, 170; and pos- sibility, 170; and historical truth, 17 1; Hume on, 17 1; and irregularity 173; made by witnesses, 175; and MS., 175; origin of mistakes in, 176; false, compared with illusion, 425.

Influences, reciprocal, 121; isolated, 406.

Information, source of, 62.

Innervation, muscular, and sight, 204.

Instinct, maternal, 321.

Instruction, public, and understand- ing, 241.

Intellection of foolishness, 405.

Intelligence, feminine, 332; weakness of, 362.

Intercourse between judges and ex- perts, 14; and jurymen, 15.

Interest, 37; importance in judge and expert, 38; how aroused in wit- nesses, 39; and attention, 39; in- fluences conception, 381.

Intermediaries, skipping of, 124.

Intoxication, 484; and responsibility, 485; and theft, 488; Hoff bauer on, 488.

Irradiation, 442.

Irritation, causes crime, 77.

Isolation, effect of on character, 396; on health, 397.

Issue, must be defined, 11.

Inventors as witnesses, 66.

J JAMES, W., 187, 467.

Jealousy, in women, 351.

JESSEN, 186, 275, 482, 483.

JODL, 259.

JOST, 267.

Judge, 9; relations to witness, 9; and experts, 14; and jury, 15; and confession, 31; importance of inter- est to, 14; as persuader, 162; affec- tion and pa.s.sion in, 417.

Judgment, 165; and inference, 165; and numbers, 174; feminine, 336. Jurisprudence a natural science, 10. Jury, 24; education of, 24; to be studied, 165; trial by, 106. Justice, criminal, 1; of women, 359.

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