THE HUMAN HAND by Dr. Charlotte Wolff

THE HUMAN HAND

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A successful attempt to show that the science of the hand need not belong in the class of charlatans and quacks, but that is has scientific affinity to histology, biology, anatomy, zoology, and that it contributes something to the field of psychiatry. Intuition is an integral part of successful use of the scientific facts:- the relation between the hand and brain areas, nerve centers and emotions; the anatomy of the hand and an analysis of the ; form as related to types, fully diagrammed; parts of the hand; right handedness and left; and a study of the practical methods of hand interpretation. The last part of the book presents case histories and examples.

Pub Date: May 17th, 1943
Publisher: Knopf