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" Villerme that the stature is greater, and the growth sooner completed, all other things being equal, in proportion as the country is richer, and the comfort of its inhabitants more general... "
Investigations in the Military and Anthropological Statistics of American ... - Page 116
by Benjamin Apthorp Gould - 1869 - 655 pages
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Sanitary memoirs of the war of the rebellion, Volume 2

1869
...different nationalities, and even for different classes of the same people. The suggestion of ViHerine" 8 that the stature is greater, and the growth sooner...hypothesis " that misery, that is to say the circumstances wliich accompany it, diminJ Statistical Report on Sickneu and Mortality of VS Army, in the yean 1840-56,...
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Public Documents of Massachusetts, Volume 5

Massachusetts - Massachusetts - 1877
...and not on that of growing children. Thus Villerm6* concludes, as the result of his investigations, that "the stature is greater and the growth sooner...and the comfort of its inhabitants more general." On the other hand, Boudin,-f from an examination of the measurements of recruits to the army in different...
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The Growth of Children

Henry Pickering Bowditch - Anthropometry - 1877 - 51 pages
...・ Thus Villerme* concludes, as the result of his investigations, that " the stature is greater aud the growth sooner completed, all other things being...and the comfort of its inhabitants more general." On the other hand, Boudin,f from an examination of the measure ments of recruits to the army in different...
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The Boston Medical and Surgical Journal Vol. CXI

George B. Shattuck, M.D. and Abner Post, M.D. - 1884
...1884. that " the stature is greater and the growth sooner completed, other things being equal, ill proportion as the country is richer and the comfort of its inhabitants more general." This is a hasty conclusion. 1 have no data at hand by which rigidly to test these hypothèses. lint...
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The American Journal of Psychology, Volume 9

Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener - Psychology - 1898
...and existed before any careful and general statistics had been made. Villerme in 1829 concluded that stature is greater and the growth sooner completed,...equal, in proportion as the country is richer and the comforts of the inhabitants more general. Quetelet later assumes and emphasizes this view and Cowell...
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The Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, Volume 111

Medicine - 1884
...the stature is greater and the growth sooner completed, oilier things being equal, iu proportion a» the country is richer and the comfort of its inhabitants more general." This is a hasty conclusion. 1 have no data at hand by which rigidly to test these hypotheses. Hut my...
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