Submitter: An eye-catcher. The gist seems to be that because light-eyed animals react differently to predators than dark-eyed animals do, then eye color will also affect learning styles of children in school. The chapter on eye color and substance abuse is a bit of a red herring. They basically say that the study’s subjects were offended by the questions on substance use and most declined to answer, but it’s an important enough topic that someone else should take a stab at it.
Holly: This is a bizarre book for a public library. If WorldCat’s holdings can be trusted, it’s available at several public libraries of various sizes. Or was it in an academic library? It’s still a strange study, but at least that’s the place for it. (Or, was the place for it 30 years ago…)