First published in 1999. This is Volume III of twenty-one of the Individual Differences Psychology series. Written in 1923, this is a study in the psycho-analysis of race and the purpose of this volume is to show that beyond the duality of race there existed a psychological duality; and, more important, that they were the same duality.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 SKULLS AND RACES; Chapter 2 THE SIGNIFICANCE OF SKULLS; Chapter 3 CHARACTERS OF THE RACES; Chapter 4 RACIAL DIFFERENCES TO-DAY; Chapter 5 DUALITY IN LITERATURE; Chapter 6 THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE SHORT-HEADS; Chapter 7 DUALITY IN PSYCHOLOGY; Chapter 8 SEX DUALITY; Chapter 9 CONSCIOUS AND UNCONSCIOUS; Chapter 10 HOW NATURE WORKS; Chapter 11 THE CONSCIOUS; Chapter 12 CONCLUSIONS;
R N Bradley