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Gregorio, the hand-trembler
Alexander H. Leighton
|Statement||By Alexander H. Leighton and Dorothea C. Leighton, with assistance of Catherine Opler|
|Series||Reports of the Ramah project -- no. 1, Papers of the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University -- v. 40, no. 1, Papers of the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University -- v. 40, no. 1|
|Contributions||Leighton, Dorothea Cross, 1908-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 177 p|
|Number of Pages||177|
duction to the Leightons’ Gregorio, The Hand-Trembler, he wrote of his Ramah Project: The original plan was to spend two summers (with assistance from graduate students) doing the ethnography of the group as a background for the child study. Advisors assured me that NavahoCited by: 7. Leighton, Alexander H. and Dorothea C. Gregorio, the Hand-trembler: A Psychobiological Personality Study of a Navaho Indian. Papers of the Peabody Museum of Harvard University XL, No. 1. Leighton, Dorothea and Clyde Kluckhohn Children of the People: The Navaho Individual and His Development. Cambridge, Harvard University Press. CrossRef.
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Papers Of The Peabody Museum Of American Archaeology And EthnologyCited by: 8. Gregorio, the Hand-Trembler: A Psychobiological Personality Study of a Navaho Indian.
give us in this study of Gregorio, the Navaho hand-trembler, a life history that is commendably rich in detail and not terrifyingly overelaborate in its conceptual or- ganization.
Gregorio is a shy, timid Navaho, born inwith a large desire for pre- stige, a capacity for hard work, a dull normal intelligence and an easiness in personalCited by: 1.
Gregorio, The Hand-Trembler: A Pyschobiological Personality Study of a Navaho Indian. GORDON BROWNAuthor: G. Gordon Brown. Gregorio, the hand-trembler; a psychobiological personality study of a Navaho Indian, by Alexander H. Leighton and Dorothea C. Leighton, with assistance of Catherine Opler. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Leighton, Alexander H.
(Alexander Hamilton), Gregorio, the hand-trembler. Cambridge, Mass., The Museum, ; New. Róheim, G. Gregorio, the Hand-Trembler. A Psychobiological Study of a Navaho Indian: By Alexander H. Leighton and Dorothea The hand-trembler book.
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LEIGHTON, A. H. and D. C., Gregorio, The Hand-Trembler; A Psychobiological Personality Study of a Navaho Indian, Peabody Museum Papers of Harvard University, Vol. 40, No. 1, Cambridge, $ An excellent sample for readers who desire to acquaint themselves with the character and methods of the field anthropologist's study of a life-history.Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Dorothea Leighton books online.
Kluckhohn Clyde. 31 Aug Hardback. Gregorio, the hand-trembler: A psychobiological personality study of a Navaho Indian. Report No. 1 of the Ramah Project. Papers of the Peabody Museum of American Archaeology & Ethnology. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Google ScholarCited by: 3.