|Periodical:||The Phrenological Review (Bernard Hollander)|
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Phrenological Review, The.
This was a work of pique produced by a physician whose earlier work on phrenology had been ignored or dismissed out of hand by the British medical establishment. Hollander (1864-1934) was an Austrian who came to England in 1883 and tried to establish a simplified version of phrenology (11 rather than 35 cerebral organs) on a recognized scientific basis. He also edited the Phrenological Record (1892-1893), the Ethological Journal (1909-1911, 1922), and the Gall Journal. Yale University; BL; Wellcome Library.
|Issues:||Phrenological Review V1 N1 Apr 1905|
|Phrenological Review V1 N2 Jul 1905|
|Phrenological Review V1 N3 Oct 1905|
|Phrenological Review V1 N4 Jan 1906|
|Phrenological Review V2 N1 Apr 1906|
|Phrenological Review V2 N2 Jul 1906|