eduweb: The Art of Crime Detection

Following a brief introduction to how the right and left brains process visual information, students, after witnessing a crime, must compile an accurate illustration of the suspect, employing their memory of the event, visual images, visual vocabulary, and "rules" of
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Following a brief introduction to how the right and left brains process visual information, students, after witnessing a crime, must compile an accurate illustration of the suspect, employing their memory of the event, visual images, visual vocabulary, and "rules" of portraiture.

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