Race psychology; a study of racial mental differences, by Thomas Russell Garth ... with an introduction by R.S. Woodworth.

; National Institute on Drug Abuse, donor ; Addiction Research Center (U.S.), former owner ; United States Narcotic Farm, former owner
New York, Whittlesey House, McGraw-Hill Book Company, Incorporated, 1931.

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Other Authors Addiction Research Center (U.S.),
National Institute on Drug Abuse,
United States Narcotic Farm,
Subjects Ethnopsychology.
Psychologische aspecten.
Rassen (mens)
Description xiv, 260 pages illustrations
Copyright Date 1931.
Notes "First edition."
Includes bibliographical references (pages 222-232).
Network Numbers (OCoLC)2295049
(OCoLC)ocm02295049
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WorldCat Identities Garth, Thomas Russell, 1872-
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