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I will add much more information to A Psychology of Crime Scene Cleanup as time permits.

A Psychology of Crime Scene Cleanup

by Eddie Evans

I. PSYCHOLOGY of Crime Scene Cleanup

Readers will find similarities between this page and those pages found at How Crime Scene Cleanup Works. Here though, ideology comes into my psychology thread as it applies to psychology in particular. Yes, as a tool I consider psychology in the hands of manipulating ideologues and merchants. Hitler and Edward Bernays come to mind in this regards. On my Los Angeles crime scene cleanup pages I note criminal activity while also noting political corruption.

To begin this approach to a psychology of crime scene cleanup, I need to outline the important dates and individuals who have contributed to this growing science.

  1. Methodologies found in Psychology
  2. Biology as psychology's motor;
  3. Our five senses;
  4. Some connection related to our conscious and unconscious behaviors and our personalities;
  5. How we unveil memory, language, and problem solving through cognitive science;
  6. How long-term behavior develops with information processing;
  7. Recalling information;
  8. In today's frenzied corporate market place of ideas we find manipulative psychology.
  9. Language development;
  10. From birth to five years;
  11. Challenges and biological sign-posts;
  12. Measuring and defining intelligence;
  13. Sexuality, gender, and our social roles;
  14. Sigmund Freud, personality, and others;
  15. Abnormal behavior, distress, psychological disorders and their treatments;
  16. Current therapies and the most influential psychologists throughout history;
  17. How one's social awareness and close relationships influence behavior and perceptions during crime scene cleanup.

A History of Psychology

Most psychological research, writing, and practice reproduces itself from specific fields of study. These include the following:

•Cognition
•Emotion
•Intelligence
•Learning
•Motivation
•Perception
•Personality
•Nature versus Nurture-Extent to which individuals are shaped by genetics or the environment

A History of Psychology

Now we must look to a historical development of psychology.

Psychology: History

Overview -- Philosophy reigned as the source of psychological considerations to Classical Greece. Plato and Aristotle taught ideas related to today's psychological questions. Later in the late Middle Ages, psychology continued as a handmaiden to philosophy. . It was not until the middle of the 19th century that psychology gained a foothold in its own right. Experimentation gave its first territory in the growing social sciences. As with sociology, scholars looked to experimentation and positivism for facts. Scientific method through actually existing acts, events, and patterns held a new world view aloft. So psychology progressed from an experimental form to that of an official discipline in its own right. Philosophy now looked elsewhere for academic standing. Crime scene cleanup would remain a janitorial exercise without an articulation as it has today.

Platonic notions of a soul had continued during the late 1500s and throughout the 1600s; psychology came under theology's study rather than an empirical study of the mind and body. A leading German idealist philosopher by the name of Christian Wolff would first use psychology in the context of worldly phenomena. Suicide occurred without public condemnation until Christian fathers of the church found that too many peasants committed suicde to reach heavn. Their lives were terrible and suicide cleanup occurred in and near churches.

New influences in psychology lead to debates about mesmerism (hypnosis) and the value of phrenology (the shape of the skull). (See my comment about Darwin's cousin Sir Francis Galton. Suicide remained a concern among early psychologists. During the 19th century its study lead to the individual and the "soul," their internalized thoughts and moods. We might infer that Charles Darwin gave suicide much thought during this time.

With social pressures from without, he suffered great stress. Darwin's stomach often caused great illness. We must remember that he had hoped to publish his theory of natural selection after his death, not before. With his theological education the contradictions in his life were quite heavy. Pressure from his wife and church leaders caused great internal turmoil. Last, his grandfather, Erasmus Darwin, also an evolutionary theorist, committed suicide by drowning. Suicide by drowning, incidentally, shows forethought for the sensibilities of others. Suicide cleanup in such cases avoids the migration of blood and other body fluids in buildings.

We ought to keep in mind that during the 1800s wars and other forms of homicide continued. Crime scene cleanup had no name during these times, just as psychology had no name of its own in the 15th century. Even suicide cleanup remained unknown, but for "self-murder." During the 1800s, the study of physiology underwent dramatic changes in neurophysiology. The transmission of neuron transmissions became a focal point when Hermann von Helmholtz's proposed that perception comes into the central focus of conscious awareness through electrical impulses. This empirical approach to psychology stood at an opposite pole to that of Sigmund Freud's ideas on psychoanalysis. Frued looked to what he called "free association" during moments of hypnosis and dream analysis. We see here a look to the study of intelligence through empirical science on the side of Helmholtz's work; we see a look to unconscious motivation in Frued's search of hypothetical subconscious humanity.

Around these critical junctures a growing list of events and characters were taking place in the growing world of psychology.

1817 An American Asylum for the Relief of Persons Deprived of the Use of Their Reason opened in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. As an entrepreneural enterprise, this "Friends' Hospital" hospital sought to give secure, helpful treatment for psychologically distressed patiens.

1840 Johannes Peter M. published a handbook on human physiology. A mechanistic theory of thinking now appeared as an industrial age grew paralell to psychology's mechanized view of human thinking and intelligence. His boo, "Handbuch der Physiologie des Menschen" would have wide influence over the empirically minded researchers in empirical psychology. Meanwhile, those involved in animal research apply mechanistic explanations for animal behavior resulting in extreme animal abuse. Animal Rights activists in the 20th century come to see this period of experimental psychology as a dark period of human relations to sentient beings.

1842 Charles Darwin published his "The Theory of Evolution" and Herman Ludwig von Helmholtz looked to nerves and nerve fibers to explain human behavior. This reductionest approach to understanding huamity and nature would later lead to brilliant insights.

2002 Eddie Evans begins his considerations of a psychology of crime scene cleanup and suicide cleanup.

2010 Eddie Evans begins writing for a psychology of crime scene cleanup.

Edward Louis Bernays

Manipulation of Consumer and Citizen Behavior

    Edward Louis Bernays (1891 – 1995), Pioneered public relation in these United States. This means he pioneered public relations as it applies worldwide today. He helped to create modern propaganda along with Ivy Lee. Bernay's ranked among the first to apply manipulate public opinion using subconsciousness. Sigmund Freud pioneered many ideas about the subconscious. Bernay's learned from Freud. Freud was his uncle.

Bernay's also learned from ideas created by Gustave Le Bon and Wilfred Trotter; both of these men were experts on crowd psychology. Applying their ideas to Sigmund Freud's ideas lead Bernay's to some powerful outcomes.


Because he believed that human rationality took a backseat to our irrationality, he believed that we needed manipulators. A "heard instinct" helped to control our behavior. This idea becomes more salient as we look to class consciousness as a sociological idea and Marxist literary criticism. He felt this manipulation became known as "one of the 100 the 100 most influential Americans of the 20th century
. He will become known as such for the 21st century, too.

As World War I came into history's clutches, Bernays joined Carl Byoir and John Price Jones to influence public opinion toward World War I. President Wilson knew he needed help to change our desire to remain out of this war. (return)

Training for crime scene cleanup needs a psychological component. Such a component will include politive reinforment strategies. A crime scene cleaner's psychological makeup needs tooling for physical fitness.

 


 

Some crime scene cleanup companies lie to cheat people interested in crime scene cleanup jobs. In fact, the vast majority of crime scene cleanup companies now have local government ties. This means that tax payers pay city and county employees. These employees then create their own companies. They in tern hire friends and relatives. This type of crime scene cleanup employment we call nepotism. Psychologically, these corrupted government employees believe their conflict of interest is no big deal.

You know better. You may need a job. Perhaps you would like to start a crime scene cleanup company. You can't though, becasue your local government has a monopoly over these jobs.

 

 

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