“Homicide is really interesting from an experimental perspective, because the data is so good. You can argue about whether somebody is abused or whether somebody is angry, or whether somebody is lying to you. But when you’ve got a murder, you’ve got a body; this definitely happened. And the police have got an incentive to find out who did it. So you’ve got really, really good data. This book so careful: the care they take over their data, their care about comparing the theories, it’s breathtaking. And deserves to be popular.” Read more...
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