Psycograph Vocational Chart
The Psycograph was a 1920's phrenology machine that would rate an individual's character on thirty two different personality traits such as Perceptiveness, Constructiveness, Alimentiveness (love of food and drink), Conjugal Love (sexual enthusiasm) and Suavity.
These traits would be rated on a scale from 1-5:
1 being Deficient, 5 being Very Superior.
By taking the numbers from a Psycograph reading and inputting them on this vocational chart, a client could find out what job would be most suitable for them.
Choose from a wide variety of careers!
Everything from Actor to Stenographer,
Pugilist to Genius!
You can see more of the Psycograph literature that was handed out at the Musuem of Questionable Medical Devices at http://karp.freeshell.org/psycograph/
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