Table of contents for Profilers : leading investigators take you inside the criminal mind / edited by John H. Campbell and Don DeNevi.

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Table of Contents
Chapter 1
"The Hostage Situation: Exploring the Motivation and the Cause" Conrad V. Hassel
Chapter 2
"How to Interview a Cannibal"
By Robert K. Ressler
Chapter 3
"Profiling Autoerotic Fatalities Cases"
Chapter 4
"Painting Psychological Profiles: Charlatanism, Coincidence, Charisma, Chance or a New Science"By Russell E. Vorpagel
Chapter 5
"Using a Forensic Linguistic Approach to Track the Unabomber"
by James R. Fitzgerald
Chapter 6
"Criminal Profiling: The FBI Uses Criminal Investigative Analysis to Solve Crimes"
by Mary Ellen O'Toole
Chapter 7
"Assaultative Eye Injury and Enucleation" by Alexander 0. Bukhanovsky, MD, PhD DSc (Med.), Anthony Hempel, Do, MA, Waseem Ahmed, MD, J. Reid Meloy, Phl), Alan C. Brantley, MA, Daniel Cuneo, Phl), Roman Gleyzer, MD, and Alan R. Felthous, MD
Chapter 8
A Multi-Disciplinary Approach to Solving Cold Cases
By Michael R. King
Chapter Nine 
"Elderly Female Sexual Homicide: A Limited Empirical Test of Criminal Investigative Analysis"By Mark E. Safarik and John Jarvis, FBI, and Kathleen Nussbaum
Chapter 10
"Geographic Profiling Update"By D. Kim Rossmo
Chapter 11
Nonfamily Child Abductors Who Murder Their Victims: Offender Demographics from Interviews with Incarcerated Offenders By Kristen R. Beyer and James O. Beasley
Chapter 12
"Lethal Predators: Psychopathic, Sadistic, and Sane"By: Frank M. Ochberg, M.DAlan C. Brantley, M.A., R.D. Hare, Ph.D., Peter D. Houk, J.D., 
Robert Ianni, J.D., 
Earl James, Ph.D., Mary Ellen O'Toole, Ph.D., and Gregory Saathoff, M.D
Chapter 13 
"Fire-Setting Fire Fighters: Arsonists in the Fire Department - Identification and Prevention"by Timothy G. Huff

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Criminal psychology.
Criminal profilers.
Criminal behavior, Prediction of.
Criminal investigation.