Para terminar la semana queremos compartir con nuestro público este interesante post publicado por el Cummings Center for the History of Psychology. ¡Feliz fin de semana!
–contributed by Nicole Orchosky, University of Akron student in the Museums & Archives Certificate Program. Nicole is completing her capstone at the CCHP.
You may be thinking, “nothing!” but an article in The Phrenological Journal and Life Illustrated argues that your ears say more about you than you ever could have guessed.
Phrenology is defined as, “the study of the conformation of the skull based on the belief that it is indicative of mental faculties and character”. Phrenology begs the question, can all aspects of one’s personality be correctly determined based merely on the shape and appearance of one’s skull and its subtle lumps, bumps, and indentations?
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