Sources, References and Suggested Readings


  • Perlin, M.L., The Jurisprudence of the Insanity Defense. Carolina Academic Press, Durham, NC, 1994.
  • Parker, D.B., Fighting Computer Crime, John Wiley & Sons, New York, 1998.
  • People v. Hawthorne, 291 N.W. 205, Mich., 1940.
  • Piotrowski, C. and Keller, J.W., Psychological testing in applied settings: a literature review from 1982–1992, J. Training Pract. Prof. Psychol., 6, 74, 1992.
  • Piper, A., “Truth serum” and “recovered memories” of sexual abuse: a review of the evidence, J. Psych. Law, 21, 447, 1993.
  • President’s Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy, Hearings on the Investigation of President John F. Kennedy, vols. 1–26, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington D.C., 1964.
  • Porter, B., Mind hunters: tracking down killers with the FBI’s psychological profiling team, Psychol. Today, April 1983.
  • Prothrow-Stith, D., Deadly Consequences, Harper-Collins, New York, 1991.
  • Phillipps: The Theory of Presumptive Truth (Gould, New York, 1816); Phillipps:
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  • Poyntz, F.M. and Martin, P.D., Comparison of p30 and acid phosphatase levels in postcoital vaginal swabs from donor and casework studies, Forens. Sci. Int., 24, 17, 1984.
  • Phadebas Amylase Test, Product Insert, Pharmacia, Uppsala, Sweden, 1997.
  • Poon, H.H.L., Identification of human urine by immunological techniques, J. Can. Soc. Forens. Sci., 17, 81, 1984.
  • Price, C., Tests for the identification of faeces, MPFSL Memo 11, 1984.
  • Petraco, N. and Kubic, T.A., Basic Microscopy for Criminalists, Chemists and Conservators, CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, 2002.
  • Postek, M.T. et al., Scanning Electron Microscopy: A Student’s Handbook, Ladd Industries, Burlington, VT, 1980.
  • Petraco, N., Protocol for human hair comparison, in Forensic Science, Wecht, C., Ed., Matthew Bender, New York 1984, chap. 37.
  • Petraco, N., A microscopical method to aid in the identification of animal hair, Microscope, 35, 83, 1987.
  • Petraco, N., A guide to the rapid screening, identification, and comparison of synthetic fibers in dust samples, J. Forens. Sci., 32, 768, 1987.
  • Perrigo, B.J. and Peel, H.W., The use of retention indices and temperature-programmed gas chromatography in analytical toxicology, J. Chromatog. Sci., 19, 219, 198l.
  • Pettitt, B.C., Rapid screening for drugs of abuse with short glass capillaries and a nitrogen selective detector, J. High Res. Chromatogr. Chromatogr. Comm., 5, 45, 1982.
  • Petroski, H., To Engineer is Human, Vintage Books, New York,1992.
  • Petroski, H., Design Paradigms: Case Histories of Error and Judgement in Engineering, Cambridge University Press, London, 1994.
  • Plotczyk, L.L., Application of fused-silica capillary gas chromatography to the analysis of underivatized drugs, J. Chromatogr., 240, 349, 1982.
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  • Paine, N., Use of cyanoacrylate fuming and related enhancement techniques to develop shoe impressions on various surfaces, J. Foren. Ident., 48, 585–601, 1998.
  • Pearl Communications, Tread Assistant 2001 (CD-ROM), Carlsbad, CA, updated annually, 760-804-7103.
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