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“Edward L. Miloslavich in his book Modern Methods of Scientific Criminology in the Detection of Crime writes, that successful criminologist who are trained to observe and who have this inborn instinct of observation, or what he calls “Unconscious Observation”, locates and picks up most striking details; with utmost precision.” Regarding “unconscious observation” do you think this is truly an innate quality or one that is learned through training and on the job?