Muppet Kansas State Fan Member since Aug 2007 50504 posts
re: what i just learned on dateline NBC (Posted on 10/5/12 at 11:46 pm to BTHog)
quote: A spouse who either over or under reacts beyond a certain degree to their spouse being dead is usually involved.
Right, I'll wait while you demonstrate this "certain degree" as a standard by which any given person can be judged. How is grief quantified and calculated? I'm sure you have a peer-reviewed methodology ready to share.
If you need me to be even more condescending, I think I might be able to muster it.
castorinho Oklahoma Fan 13623 posts Member since Nov 2010 27119 posts
re: what i just learned on dateline NBC (Posted on 10/5/12 at 11:55 pm to BTHog)
quote: There is no hard fast rule. But if you talk to any amount of victims/suspects you get a feel for how humans in general react in certain circumstances. However ive came to realize most here are child like on theor behavior so im not sure why i een attempted an adult response. Sorry i hurt your butt.
BTHog Arkansas Fan Member since Jul 2012 8335 posts
re: what i just learned on dateline NBC (Posted on 10/6/12 at 12:01 am to Muppet)
Whatthe frick are you talking about? I wasnt talking about the specific case in the op i was talking about in general.
Its essentially emotional profiling. Its an investigative technique taught to police the world over. The fbi has seminars on it.
I tell you this as a retired mp who was trained d in exactly this . Its one of the techniques the secret sevice uses to protect the president. Actually they are quite spectacular at knowing how the human body reacts when a person is lying.
It iant a gut feeling. Its a science of understanding that as different as each human is in many ways, in many others we are all alike ie we basically react the same under certain conditions.