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THE McLANDRESS DIMENSION by Mark Epernay. 126 pages. Houghfon Mifflin. $3.75.

The big third-dimension departure on the sociometric circuit this winter is going to be the Inverse Insecurity Factor and its effect, if any, on the potato syllogism. For this undoubted fillip to martini talk, Americans will owe a limited debt of gratitude to the pseudonymous Mark Epernay, of Bogota, N.J., whose straightforward guide to the heady behavioral theories of Dr. Herschel McLandress seems destined to give the Bostonian psychometricist the popular acceptance accorded Kinsey and Havelock Ellis.

McLandress' unique contribution to science...

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