INTELLIGENCE, POWER, AND PERSONALITY by Dr. George W. Crile

INTELLIGENCE, POWER, AND PERSONALITY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Zoologists, physiologist, biologists, students of medicine and scientists in general will be the market for Dr. Crile's book, the result of 27 years of study and experimentation on the force which energizers man and animals. Taking for his subject animals, birds, fish, (arctic and tropical), primitive and civilized man, Crile has studied the organs controlling energy, (heart, brain, thyroid, adrenal gland, etc.), recorded influences such as hot and cold, environment, domestication, to account for the varying ""intelligence, power, and personality"", in animals and man. His conclusion is that the variation in the size of the energy organs alone determines the intelligence and power of the breed or race. Not a book for the layman, as you can see.

Pub Date: Aug. 25th, 1941
ISBN: 115284010X
Publisher: Whittlesey House