Little Man Complex | definition of Little Man Complex by Medical dictionary
Napoleon Complex (redirected from Little Man Complex)
A popular term for the inferiority complex that short men (under 5’9') in society are commonly assumed to possess, which causes them—at least per theory—to overcompensate by trying harder than men of average height (5’10') in life’s activities
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