Lloyd Morgan Conwy

Name
Lloyd Morgan Conwy
Birth and death
1852 - 1936
Occupations
Profession details
Psychologist and Philosopher
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Author
Alistair Grant

Conwy Lloyd Morgan, (1852-1936), comparative psychologist and philosopher. His parents moved to Weybridge a few years after his birth. He was one of the founders of the scientific study, and one of the first to apply systematic methods of experiment to animal psychology in Britain. His important publications include, Animal Life and Intelligence (1890-91), Habit and Instinct (1896), Animal Behaviour (1900), and Instinct and Experience (1912).

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