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TIGER PSYCHOLOGISTS HAVE X-COMPLEXES--BUTTERFIELD

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"Definitely psychasthenic, manicdepressive, dementia praccox, parctic personalities with a large does of inferiority complex" was the verdict of Archibald B. Butterfield, informed that two Princeton psychologists had found Harvard men to be "anobbish, blase, conceited, intellectual, and socialite."

According to Butterfield the two Princeton professors, feeling secretly inferior, took refuge subconsciously in aphasia to remove their abulia. They tried to rid themselves of their inferior feeling and increase their inferior felling and increase their own ego by calling Princeton men, "Style-setting, smooth, gentlemanly, loyal-to-college, and socialite.

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