By: Judith Campanaro
Just as sound waves are produced on different frequencies, colors represent different frequencies of light and as such will affect different energies of the body. A transition from balance to imbalance in the vibrational energies of the body can cause disruption in emotional, mental...
By: Paul McManigal
Processing crime scenes usually involves finding fingerprints to identify the perpetrator. There are many different types of processes used to collect latent fingerprints from evidence. The most common method is fingerprint powder which has the ability to be lifted with tape and placed on a...
By: Adele Gregory
The problem with considering whether violent behavior is 'born' or 'raised' is that it assumes all violence is the same and must have similar causes.Not all violent behavior comes from consistently violent people. There are cases, for example, where people become aggressive in the...
By: Paul McManigal
Currently, the world of crime scene investigation is largely centered around the recovery of fingerprints. Latent prints are those that cannot be seen without further processing. Patent prints are visible, but can often be enhanced by additional processing. The most common form of fingerprints that...
By: Paul McManigal
During the course of any crime scene investigator's career, there will be times when you need to photograph large scenes at night. This creates a challenge because of the nature of flash photography. Flash units are becoming more powerful as technology advances, but they still...
By: Sam Vaknin
"It is impossible to describe any human action if one does not refer to the meaning the actor sees in the stimulus as well as in the end his response is aiming at."Ludwig von Mises Economics - to the great dismay of economists -...
By: Michael Eddington
Steven Levitt is an economics professor at the University of Chicago. Levitt has been declared brilliant by some; he definitely has the credentials to be deemed so. He was an undergraduate at Harvard, received his PhD at MIT, and has received numerous awards for his...
By: Kelly Grzech
The Oedipus complex describes a state of psychosexual development in which a male child desires his mother and grows envious and hostile towards his father. The concept, developed by Sigmund Freud, is based on the behaviors exhibited in Sophocles' myth, Oedipus Rex. There are also...
By: Owen Lynch
Freud was born in Moravia(now czech republic) in 1856.Beliefs in central europe were quiet different to Freuds.Beliefs included that sexual activity was evil and lead to sickness and death.Masturbation was seen as an evil act and that it was linked to criminality...
By: Katie Savinger
Geniuses have a genius for unzipping the rituals that society associates with change - eating (they spill tomato sauce on the floor as they absent-mindedly traverse the kitchen), relationships (they typically remain obsessed with their life-long work at the expense of everything else). This is...

 

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