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F., J.C. (1924). Duality—A Study in the Psycho-Analysis of Race: By R. N. Bradley, 1923. (George Routledge & Sons, London. Pp. xi + 186.). Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 5:105-108.

(1924). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 5:105-108

Duality—A Study in the Psycho-Analysis of Race: By R. N. Bradley, 1923. (George Routledge & Sons, London. Pp. xi + 186.)

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J. C. F.

The human race, Mr. Bradley maintains in this book, consists of two main types—the long-heads, who came from Africa, and the short-heads, who came from Asia. Although absolutely pure representatives of these types are, he admits, rare, the long-heads are on the whole distinguished by a predominance of the feminine over the masculine aspects and of the unconscious over the conscious, while in the short-heads the predominance is of the opposite nature. The short-heads arose as a quasipathological variation, and there would appear to be a tendency to revert to the more assimilative long-headed type—a tendency which is hastened by a difficulty which the short-heads have in being born from mothers of the long-headed type.

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