The respondents for this study were 68 adult Banyankole males, selected from the native population of 10 counties in the Ankole district in Uganda, and 28 white residents of the same counties, both male and female. The study was conducted at a time when Uganda was still a British protectorate. Variables from the questionnaire, administered to Africans and Europeans alike, probed 2 major areas of interest. A number of questions asked the respondents to compare Africans with Europeans in terms of inherent abilities. A second major portion of the study examined both positive and negative value judgements of the African personality and character.