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FERRERO, 215, 315, 339, 480.
FERRI, 2.
FERRIANI, 364.
FICHTE, 259.
PICK, 150, 191.
Figures, memory for, 268.
FINx, 302.
FISCHER, E. 1., 160, 191, 197, 221,
377.
FISCHER, KUNo, 352.
FLOURNOY, 450.
FODER9,436.
F6LDES, 179.
Foolishness, 253, 399; Erdinann on,
400; egoism of, 401; intellection
of, 405.
Foot, 104.
Forgetting, time of, 271.
Form, of life, 67; and inference, 16S;
visual perception of, 201.

FREUD, 161, 268, 467, 481.
FRIEDMANN, 416.
FRIEDREIcH, 45, 52, 77, 309. 323, 370.
Friendships, of women, 353.
F116BEL, 20.
Function, feminine, defines woman,
304.
Funded thoughts, important, 21; diffi-
cult to discover in jurymen, 22.

GALL, 84.
GALTON, 215, 259, 410.
GASSENDI, 188.
GEIGER, 240, 288, 296.
Generalizations, mistaken, 178.
General view, importance of, 55.
Germany, 1.
GEROCK, 161.
GERSTICKER, 53.
GESSMANN, 85, 101.
Gesticulation, observation of, 49; com-
pared with writing, 49.
Gesture, 43; importance of, 44; na-
ture of, 45; relation to voice, 48.
'GIRAUDET, 85.
Girls, as witnesses, 366.
GNEIST, 5.
GOETHE, 25, 156, 239, 247, 249, 387,
388, 464, 468, 479.
GOLDSCH-.NIIDT, 5.
GOLTZ, 85, 348.
GRASHEY, 115.
GRATIOLET, 87, 88.
GROHM,~NN, 1, 283, 370.
GROSS, 0., 176, 179.
GITGGENHEim, 7.
GURNILL, 180.
GUTBERLET, 181, 182, 391.
G-.URKOVECHKY, 69.

H
HAACKE, 410.
Habit, 406; and skepticism, 127; and
skill, 407; and disposition, 408.
Hair, rising of the, 73; turning white,
73.
HALL, 367.


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.
HELLENBACH, 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; classifica-
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, attitude of, 378.
Induction, 137; and the lawyer, 138;
and analogy, 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 passion 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.

K
KANT, 2, 45, 64, 131, 154, 160, 173,

188, 251, 263, 264, 267, 283, 361,
388, 401, 402, 403, 409, 421,
475.

KEMSIEs, 270.

KIEFER, 478.

KIRCHMANN, 152.

Knowledge, 183; and consequences,
184; and truth, 184; possibility of
a priori, 7; of human nature, impor-
tant, 15; compared with knowledge
of law, 16; feminine, influenced by
conceit, 328.

KOCH, 2, 259.

KOSLOW, 410.

KRAFFT--EBING, 2, 313.

KRXP~LrN, 259, 277, 292.

KRAUS, 2, 68, 324, 371, 373, 401.

KRIES, 153, 192, 210, 263.

KbLPE, 260, 276.

KURELLA, 2.

L

LAFONTAINE, 369.
LAGRAVE, 234, 492.
LANGE, 85, 259, 367.
Language, importance of, 287; re-
lated to character, 288; substitu-
tions of, 289; and tone, 290.
LAPLACE, 150.
LANDOIS, 81.
LANDSBERG, 101.
LARDEN, 435.
LARoCHEFOUCAULD, 58, 100, 123, 402.
LASCHI, 416.
LAssoN, 259.
Laughter, cause of, 76; and char-
acter, 396.
LAVATER, 83, 84.


Law, empirical, 136; Weber's, 188;
requirements of, and psychological
accuracy, 107; and understanding,
242.

LAZARUS, 25, 48, 54, 252.
Leaps, in inference, 167.

LE BRUN, 84.

Legal sciences backward, 5.
LEHMANN, 42, 259, 284.

LEIBNITZ, 135, 149, 188, 275, 385, 482.
LEROux, 337.

LICHTENBERG, 238, 275.
LiEBMANN, 135, 199, 204.

Lie, the, 474; the pathoformic, 479.
LIERSCH, 101.

Lines, position of, 429; illusory, 431.
Lipps, 138, 144, 234, 246, 254, 379, 427,
429.

N:SiscH, 365, 368.

Locality, influence of, on recollection,
266.

LOCKE, 150, 188, 262.
LoHSING, 31, 280, 474.

LoMBROSO, 2, 45, 77, 195, 215, 315,
326, 339, 340, 341, 346, 355, 369,
373, 410, 416, 480.

LONGET, 212.

LOTZE, 28, 78, 85, 158, 160, 199, 264,
326, 328, 379, 427.

Love, in women, 309, 350.
Loyalty of women, 347.

LUCAS, 411.

M
MACH, 222.

MAGNUS, 85.

MANTEGAZZA, 85, 319, 334, 341, 343,
344, 355.
M&RBE, 39.
MARCHAUD, 410.
MARION, 301.

MARRO, 2.

MARTINAK, 410.
MAsARYK, 130.

MASCHKA, 2.

Alaster-lawyer, the, 9.
Material, source of, 4.
Maternal instinct, 321,

MAUDSLEY, 2, 48, 185, 237, 260, 264,
276, 368, 393, 465, 481.

MAYER, MAx, 117.

MAYER, VON, 184, 255.

Maxims, about women, dangerous,
308.

MEINONG, 119, 188, 459, 471.

Memory, 258; and reproduction, 261;
and time, 261; theories of, 262;
proportionate to activity, 263; Kant
on, 263; of pain, 264; and fancy,
265; of the dying, 274; of the senile,
375; anomalies of, 272; and wounds
in the head, 273; illusions of, 275.

Men of power as witnesses, 66.

MENGFR, 5.

MENo, 7.

Menstruation, facts of, 312; effects of
beginning of, 313; modifies percep-
tion, 314; and sensibility, 315;
causes theft, 316.

Method, defined, 3; of drawing out
witnesses, 20.
METZGER, 1.
MEYER, L., 53.

MEYER, M., 448.

MEYNERT, 52, 85, 86.

MICHEL, 85.

MICHELET, 307.

MILL, 121, 123, 138, 153, 154, 155, 156,
173, 176, 178, 181; 223, 290, 388.

Mistakes, of inference, 176; aprioristic,
177; of observation, 177, 222; of
generalization, 177; of confusion,
177; of the senses, 422; in practical
affairs, 423.

Misunderstandings, verbal, 467;
through verbal substitutions, 470;
through fatigue, 473.

MITCHELL, 77.

MITTERM~A_IER, 32, 106, 149, 161, 175,
188, 303, 368, 389, 398, 492.
Mnemotechnique, 279; dangers of,
280.
MOBIUS, 307.
MOLL, 477.
Money, and women, 338.
MONNNIGSHOFF, 484.


Moral perversions associated with path-
ological phenomena, 45.
MORE, 236.
MOREAU, 369.
Mosso, 85, 458.
Motives, apparent and real, 68.
Mouth, closing of, 90.
Movement, illusions of, 435; and im-
age, 236.
MtLLER, J., 84, 86, 465.
MI~NCH, 1.
MbNSTERBERG, 174, 179, 210, 259, 283,
469, 491.
N
NXcKE, 45, 71, 77, 1.80, 181, 238, 300,
478.
Na:ivet6, 402.
Names, memory of, 268.
NASSE, 3619%
NATORP, 259.
Natural science, method of, in daily
routine, 9.
Nature, and nurture, 384.
Need, and crime, 57.
NEUMANN, 319.
NEWTON, 101, 251.
Nexusl causal, and observation, 120.
NOEL, 84, 252.
Normal people, auditory illusions of,
446.
Nostalgia, 77.
Number, and judgment, 174.
Nurture, and nature, 384; influence of,
385.

O
Objectivity, feminine lack of, 334.
Observation, as corroboration, 55;
differences in, 376.
Obstinacy a form of egoism, 27.
Occupation, and inference, 167.
``Occurrence,'' 256.
Officials, impose on witnesses, 8.
Old maid, the, 329.
Olfactory illusions, 453.
OLZELT-NEwiN, 385.
OPPENHEIM, 364.
Opportunity, 57.
Organization, of case, 12.

Orientation, 230.
Orifice, influences size of object seen
through it, 430.
ORTH, 255.
OSTWALD, W., 243.
OTTINGEN, 137.
OTTOLENGRI, 195, 215.

P
Pain, reaction-time to, 218; memory
of, 264.
Paling, 50.
PANum, 483.
Paramnesia, 275; causes of, 276.
PARISH, 427.
Passion, and affection, 417; in judges,
417; in witnesses, 418; and hatred,
418; process of, 420.
Pathetic fallacy, the, 398.
Patience, importance of, 18.
Peculiarities of recollection, 268.
Perception, purity of, 190; visual,
198; and size, 199; relation to con-
sciousness, etc., 221; limitations
of, 225, 226; influence of environ-
ment and training on, 227; ``dark,''
228; how to test differences in, 229;
of experts, 229; subconscious, 230;
and orientation, 230.
PEREZ, 369.
Personal equation, the, 376.
Perspective, 430.
Perversions, moral, associated with
pathological phenomena, 45.
Perversity of the inanimate, 72.
PESCH, 189.
PETRONIEVICS, 147.
PETRUSKEWISCH, 410.
Phenomenology, defined, 41.
Phrenology, relation to physiogno-
mies, 85.
Photographs, judgment of the unedu-
cated on, 390.
Physiognomies, bibliography of, 84;
defined, 85; basis of, 86; best
studied in children and simple people,
87.
PIDERIT, 84, 87, 99.


PIESBERGEN, 4S4.
Piety, as submerged sexuality, 323.
PLATEAU, 443.
PLATNER, 1.
PLATO, 3, 4, 259.
PLOSCHKE, 364.
Poets, the, on woman, 305.
Poisoning, a feminine Crime, 356.
PORTA, 83.
Position, of lines influences size, 427.
Possibility, 157; and inference, 170.
POTET, Du, 269.
POUCHET, 9, 7-3.
Practicality of scientific method, 11.
Pregnancy, 317.
Prejudices, 177, 412; and egoism,
413; and names, 414.
Premonitions, 466.
Prepossession, 412; and egoism, 413;
and names, 414.
PREYER, 210, 368.
Principle, the fundamental, 4.
Probability, 131; and skepticism, 131;
increases through repetition, 132;
and equal distribution, 133; value
of, 148; conditioned and uncondi-
tioned, 151; Kirchmann on , 152; and
criminal procedure, 157; and rule,
158.
Promises, and character, 58.
Promoters as witnesses, 66.
Proof, irrelevant circumstances to , 114
Propaedeutic, philosophical, 1.
Property, woman's sense of, 346.
``Proved,'' 147.
Psychological handling, correct and
incorrect, 15.
Psychology, criminal, of law, 1; a
bone of contention, 2; as psychiatry,
2; as anthropology, 2; form of, 2;
and statistics, 179.
Puberty, influence of, on juvenile delin-
quency, 370.
Punctuality, feminine, 340.

Q
Qualities, how related, 61.
QUANTZ, 206.

Quarrels with women, 338.
Questions, positive and negative, 139.
QUETELET, 160.

R
Rage, 96.
Recognition, 221, 260.
Reflex actions, 79; how caused, 79;
distinguished from habit, 80; not
inevitable, 81; require codperation
of brain, 82.
REGNAULT, 2, 292.
REICH, 85, 307.
REICHENBACH, 76, 313.
REID, 89, 130, 188, 259, 430.
Religion, and character, 387.
RENooz, 307.
Repetition and probability, 132; and
touch, 220; influences perception,
228.
Reproduction, and memory, 261; forms
of, 263; rules for helping, 265; and
locality, 266; peculiarities of, 268;
field of, 269; of idiots, 270- of
children, 270; of the aged, 27~.
Resignation, 96.
Resolution, importance as sign, 91;
in jurymen, 92.
Responsibility, and intoxication, 485.
RIBOT, 259, 385, 411.
RICHARDSON, 410.
RONCORONi, 215.
ROSEGGER, 63.
ROSENKRANZ, 160.
Rule, 158; and exceptions, 134; and
probability, 158; for helping rec-
ollection, 265.
RYKiRE, 307.

S
Sadism, 77.
SAND, 352.
SANDER, 259, 275.
SAULLE, Du, 316.
SCHACK, 84.
SCHAUMANN,1.
SCHEBrsT, 85.
SCHIEL, 109, 147, 159, 160, 174, 222,
376, 381.


SCHMIDT, 54.
SCHNEICKERT, 266.
SCHNEIDER, 85.
SCHOPENHAUER, 56, 128, 343, 359, 384,
396, 464.
SCHRENCK-NOTZING, 77, 115.
SCHULTZE, 79.
ScHuPPE, 237.
SCHWARTZ, 120, 192.
SCHWEIGER-LERCHENFELD, 307.
ScHwoB, 317.
Scorn, 93; in witnesses, 94.
Secrets, 28; hard to keep, 29; judge's
duty toward, 29; as confession, 31;
damage through revelation of, 30;
how discovered, 31; and women,
364.
Self, as centre of reference, 248.
Self-knowledge, a guide, 58.
Senility, 372; in witnesses, 374; types
of, 374; memory in, 375.
Sensation, subjective, 191; and nerv-
ous system, 192.
Sense-perception, importance of, 187;
relation to optical and acoustical
knowledge, 189; and social status,
190.
Senses, of children, 367; vicariousness
of the, 193.
SERGI, 319, 350.
SFR'.',OFF, 410.
Servants, as sources of information, 63.
Sexl as submerged cause of crime, 322;
as piety, 323; as ennui, 324; as
conceit, 325.
Sexuality, of women, 320; as maternal
instinct, 320; in criminal situations,
321.
SHINN, 364.
SICARD, 215.
Side-issues, confused with central ones,
116.
SIDIs, 481, 492.
SIGHELE, 416.
Sight, sense of, important, 196; tested
by touch, 197; process of, 197.
SINSTEDEN, 434.
Size of lines influenced by position, 427.

Skepticism, 127; and habit, 130; and
probability, 131.
Skill and habit, 407.
Skin, transpositions of, and tactile
sense, 219.
SKRAUP, 85.
SLAUGHTER, 40.
Sleep, 481.
Smell, sense of, 213.
Smile, the, 94.
SMITH, 302.
Smuggling, and women, 345.
SOCRATES, 7, 169.
SOMMER, 276.
Sources, various, of evidence, 12.
Sound, direction of, 210; conduction
of, 210.
Sparkle, 206; of the eyes, 96.
Specialist, 125.
Speech, and image, 235.
Speed, a test of knowledge, 231.
SPENCER, 44, 46, 74, 102, 360.
SPINOZA, 160, 260.
Spite, 94; how treated, 95.
Statistics, and psychology, 179; of
suicide, 181.
Statutes, aprioristic, 5.
STEINTHAL, 298.
STERN, 192, 307.
ST6LZEL, 434.
ST6RC.R, 236.
STRICKER, 48, 118, 122, 166, 204, 236,
255, 437.
STRINDBERG, 212.
STRUVE, 56, 68.
Stupidity
, , 398, 400.
Style, and character, 58.
Subconscious, the, 245.
Substitutions, and misunderstandings,
470.
Success, conditions of, 14.
Succession, importance of the order
of, 13.
Suggestion, 491; not involved in
guidance, 9.
SULLY, 138, 259, 276, 451, 456,
464.
Symbol and symbolized, 244.


T
TAINE, 250, 274, 382, 410, 452, 465,
466, 471, 482.
TARDE, 385, 410, 415, 416.
Taste, 212; fflusions of, 452.
Tears, of women, 344.
Temperament, 395.
Temperature, sense of, 217.
TERTULLIAN, 169.
Testimony, blind acceptance of, 8;
contradictions in, 108; interpreta-
tion of, 108; of women, 310.
Thinking, mechanism of, 243; and
symbol, 244.
THOMPSON, 433.
THOMSON, 2.
TIGERSTEDT, 192.
Timbre, vocal, 46; influence of emo-
tions on, 47; corroborative value of,
47.
Time, and image, 237; of day and
mental processes, 245; children's
sense of, 368; influence on concep-
tion, 383; and isolation, 397.
Timidity, 75.
Toes, 104.
Touch, 215; tests sense of sight, 197;
relation to other senses, 215; in-
fluence of drugs on, 215; how af-
fected by transpositions of skin, 219;
and wetness, 219; influence of
repetition on, 220; and form, 220;
bodily sensitiveness to, 220; illu-
sions of, 449.
TRACY, 364.
Training, of witnesses, 16.
Tramps, 17; congenital, 18.
TRENDELENBURG, 146, 160.
Truth, and persuasion, 161; and man-
ner, 162; historical and inference,
171; and knowledge, 184.
TYLOR, 288, 290.
TYNDALL, 209.
U
Understanding, 238; how gauged in
witnesses, 239; and public in-
struction, 241; and law, 242.
Uneducated, views of the, 388.

Unit-characters, 46; variety of recog-
nition of, 46.
UPHuEs, 260, 267, 472,

V
Vagabondage, 394.
Valuation, of evidence, 12.
Variation of conditions, 12.
VASCHIDE, 192.
VENN, 150.
Veracity, egoism a criterion of, 28.
Vicariousness of the senses, 193.
VIERORDT, 220.
Views, influence of on evidence, 377;
of the uneducated, 388.
VINCENT, 202.
VISCHER, 72.
VIRCHow, 86.
Visual perception, artificial differences
in, 202; binocular, 203; influence of
custom on, 203; in darkness, 204;
and form, 201; and muscular in-
nervation, 204.
Voice, relation of to gesture, 48.
VOISIN, 370.
VoLKmAR, 1, 15, 39, 60, 67, 74, 162,
244, 269, 299, 307, 375.
VURPASS, 192.
W
WAGNER, 180, 181, 385.
WAITZ, 51, 85.
WARK6NIG, 10.
We, as a character-mark, 60.
Weakness, of women, 362.
Weaknesses, shown to inferiors and
servants, 62.
WEBER, 188, 217, 220, 441.
Weber's law, 188.
WERNICKE, 455.
Wetness, and touch, 219.
WHATELY, 147.
WIENER, 85.
WIERSMA, 39.
WiU, 281.
WINDELBAND, 160, 161, 233.
WINKLEMANN , 102.
Wisdom, 403.
WiTAsrm, 464.


Witnesses, do not know what they
know, 8; imposed on by officials,
8; wandering of, 17; wordy, 18;
laconic, 19; method of drawing out,
20; difficulty with educated, 23.
Woman, 300; basis of judging, 302;
status of, 302; defined by her func-
tion, 304; poet on, 305; difference
from man, 307; danger of maxims
about, 308; and love, 309, 350;
crimes of, 310; testimony of, 310;
quarrels with, 338; and money, 338;
punctuality of, 340; conservatism
of, 340; dishonesty in, 341; hy-

pocrisy in, 344; tears of, 344;
fainting of, 344; and smuggling,
345; and property, 346; loyalty
of, 347; jealousy of, 351; friendships
of, 353; hatred in, 354; cruelty in,
355; emotionalism of, 359; weak-
ness of, 362; and secrets, 364.
Words, and conception, 290; influ-
ence on conception, 381.
Writing, like gesticulation, 49.
WUNDT, 85, 210, 260.

Z
ZLNER, 433.

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