Cephalic Index and Sex


IN NATURE of March 23, p. 389, I find the statement—in a summary of a paper by Miss R. M. Fleming—that “British women show more development of pigment, brachycephaly, and prognathism than do men.”

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JOHANNSEN, W. Cephalic Index and Sex. Nature 109, 714–715 (1922). https://doi.org/10.1038/109714b0

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