St. Thomas Negroes — A Study of Personality and Culture. [Psychological Monographs, Vol. 55, No. 5]
A psychological and sociological study of African Americans living in St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands. The text discusses slavery, the “psychological environment” of children there, class structure, aggression, and “dependency relationships.”
Includes a chapter on the American influence there after the United States’ purchase of the islands in 1917 and a bibliography.
Description: St. Thomas Negroes — A Study of Personality and Culture. [Psychological Monographs, Vol. 55, No. 5]
Evanston, Ill.: The American Psychological Association, Inc., 1943. , , v, 90pp. Serial. 10 x 7 inches. Gray printed wrappers; side stapled. Inscribed by the author on upper cover: “To Dr. Arthur Roper with regards of the writer.” Filing annotation in ink on upper cover; upper wrapper and preliminary leaves lightly creased at bottom corner; very good.