Psychognomy

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Psychognomy is a theory to describe human character defined by the twentieth-century teacher Belgian Paul Bouts.1 It is based on phrenology and incorporates elements of typology and graphology.

References

  1. ^ Paul Bouts, La Psychognomie, Paris, Dervy-Livres, 1986 (first edition: 1931)









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