Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Dysharmony

Any unusual or unexpected relationship between the shape of a cranium and the shape of a face. In general, anthropometrists have found that narrow facial features are correlated with dolichocephaly and broad faces with brachycephaly. Long-headed people with disproportionately broad faces, for example, are considered dysharmonic. Aka disharmony.