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- adj. Pertaining to phrenology.
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- adj. Of or pertaining to phrenology.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as phrenologic.
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- adj. of or relating to phrenology
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But by then, other discoveries had called the phrenological brain map into question.
It is hideous to my imagination, especially what is called phrenological mesmerism.
Everyone who's worth a fraction of a damn in the fMRI world knows full well (and has for some time) that failing to correct for multiple comparisons is exactly the kind of slack ass, ignorant, bandwagon-jumping "ooh I'm studying the brain look at me" bullshit that leads to the sorts of pejorative phrenological associations that plague real neuroscientists every day of our lives.
Imagers who do not correct for multiple comparisons have a special place in hell reserved for them, one circle about ticket scalpers. failing to correct for multiple comparisons is exactly the kind of slack ass, ignorant, bandwagon-jumping "ooh I'm studying the brain look at me" bullshit that leads to the sorts of pejorative phrenological associations that plague real neuroscientists every day of our lives
Charles Ward is the LNN's Director of Public Relations and senior phrenological correspondent.
The Financial Times-Bowen Craggs Web Effectiveness Index, the fourth edition of which has just been published, is a phrenological gold mine.
People of his “uncongealable sanguine personality,” Sam explained, falling back on his old phrenological diagnosis, were “very apt to go to extremes, and exaggerate.”
In 1937 the race scientists at nearby Jena University might have applied their phrenological calipers to my cranium, so as to suss out my dirty secret.
Edgar Allan Poe wrote that “Phrenology… has assumed the majesty of a science, and, as a science ranks among the most important which can engage the attention of thinking beings,” and built a poetics on phrenological tenets.
I must say that your phrenological pattern has many great similarities to my own.
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