The Organs of Mental and Moral Faculties
According to Phrenology

1 Amativeness Physical Love  
2 Philoprogenitiveness
Parental Love
A particular feeling which watches over and provides for helpless offspring, or parental love  
3 Adhesiveness
A feeling or attraction to become friendly with other persons, or to increase social contacts  
4 Combativeness The disposition to quarrel and fight  
5 Destructiveness The propensity to destroy  
6 Secretiveness The propensity to conceal, predisposes the individual to Cunning and Slyness  
7 Acquisitiveness The propensity to acquire  
8 Self-Esteem This sentiment gives us a great opinion of ourselves, constituing self-love  
9 Approbativeness This faculty seeks the approbation of others. It makes us attentive to the opinion entertained by others of ourselves  
10 Cautiousness This organ incites us to take precautions  
11 Individuality This faculty contributes to the recognition of the existence of individual beings, and facilitates the embodiment of several elements into one  
12 Locality This faculty conceives of places occupied by the objects that surround us  
13 Form This allows us to understand the shapes of objects  
14 Verbal memory The memory for words.  
15 Language Philology in General  
16 Coloring This organ cognizes, recollects, and judges the relations of colors  
17 Tune The organ of musical perception  
18 Calculativeness
The organ responsible for the ability to calculate and to handle numbers and figures  
19 Constructiveness The faculty leading to the will of constructing something  
20 Comparison This faculty compares the sensations and notions excited by all other faculties, points out their similitudes, analogies, differences or identity, and comprehends their relations, harmony or discord  
21 Causality This faculty allows us to understand reason behind events  
22 Vitativeness
This faculty predisposes men to view every thing in a joyful way  
23 Ideality This facultiy vivifies the other faculties and impresses a peculiar character called ideal  
24 Benevolence This power produces mildness and goodness, compassion, and kidness, humanity  
25 Imitativeness This organ produces a fondness for acting and for dramatic representation  
26 Generation This faculty allows us to come up with new ideas  
27 Firmeness This faculty gives constancy and perseverance to the other powers, contributing to maintain theis activity  
28 Time The faculty of time conceives the duration phenomena  
29 Eventuality This faculty recognizes the activity of every other, and acts in turn upon all of them  
30 Inhabitiveness The instinct that prompts one to select a particular dwelling, often called attachment to home  
31 Reverence
By this organ's agency man adores God, venerates saints, and respoects persons and things  
32 Concientiousness This organ produces a feeling of justice and conscientiousness, or the love of truth and duty  
33 Hope Hopes induces a belief in the possibility of whatever the other faculties desire, it inspires optimism about future events.  
34 Marvelousness This sentiment inspires belief in the true and the false prophet, and aids superstition, but is also essential to the belief in the doctriness of religion  
35 Size This organ provides notions of the dimensions or size of external objects  
36 Weight and resistance This faculty procures the knowledge of the specific gravity of objects, and is of use whenever weigth or resistance are worked upon whith the hands, or by means of tolls.  
37 Order This faculty gives method and order to objects only as they are physically related  

From: "Phrenology, the History of Brain Localization"
Renato M.E. Sabbatini, PhD
Brain & Mind, March 1997.