Nisha Singh’s column for Strand Magazine


Psychology as a Forensic Science: From Auguste Dupin to Sherlock Holmes

Since some of the earliest detective fiction, authors have used mysteries to explore human behavior. While many investigations begin with physical evidence, it is often the act of diving deeper into the minds of the criminals or villains that reveal the truth. Author of the Bhrigu Mahesh murder mystery series Nisha Singh examines the study of human behavior in mysteries, from Edgar Allan Poe to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Get a peek into the mind of a great detective with “Psychology as a Forensic Science: from Auguste Dupin to Sherlock Holmes.”

Read Nisha’s guest post here.

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