Electrical Device Tests Nerves to Determine Character (Jun, 1932)

Electrical Device Tests Nerves to Determine Character
CRYSTAL gazing and fortune telling are being supplanted as means to determine inclinations and aptitudes of children by an electrical device which examines one’s character by testing the relative strength of your nerves.

The strange mechanism is an electrical unit operated with two electrodes. One is held in the hand of the subject being tested and the other is moved about on the head. Nerve reactions are tabulated and character’ determined by comparison to chart.

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