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Journal Article

Some Observations on the Varying Forms of the Human Cranium, Considered in Relation to the Outward Circumstances, Social State, and Intellectual Condition of Man

Robert Dunn
Journal of the Ethnological Society of London (1848-1856)
Vol. 4 (1856), pp. 33-54
DOI: 10.2307/3014095
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3014095
Page Count: 22

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Topics: Jaw, Humans, Cerebrum, Skull, Cranium, Brain, Physiology, Observational research, Psychophysiology, Psychology
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[Footnotes]
  • Vide Edinburgh Review, Vol. lxxxviii. page 487
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    Vide a Biographical Notice of Mr. Holm in Vol. XIX. Phreno- logical Journal.
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    Dr. Todd, on the Physiology of the Nervous System, "Cyclopeedia of Anatomy and Plhysiology," p. 697.
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    Vide Vol. IV., No. 16, p. 259, " Phrenological Journal."
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    Dr. Carpenter on the Varieties of Mankind) in Dr. Todd's " Cyclo- ptelia of Anatomy and Physiology."