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Piers Morgan - Books
... Morgan, Piers John Sachs (1991) ... Morgan, Piers John Sachs (1991) ... Morgan, Piers (1992) ...
C. Lloyd Morgan
... Conwy Lloyd Morgan, FRS (6 February 1852 – 6 March 1936) was a British ethologist and psychologist ... approach to animal psychology now known as "Morgan's canon" ...
Warlock (1959 Film) - Inspiration
... The inspiration for Blaisedell, Morgan and Lily Dollar probably comes from one of the West's most (in)famous trios Wyatt Earp, Doc Holliday, and Kate Fisher ... While Morgan walks with a limp, Doc Holliday suffered from tuberculosis, but that did not make him any less a gunman or a killer ... indeed it is revealed that she "worked" whenever Morgan was short of money ...
Morgan, Wisconsin - Demographics
... There were 321 households out of which 35.2% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 69.8% were married couples living together, 4.0% had a female householder with no husband present, and 22.1% were non-families. 19.0% of all households were made up of individuals and 8.1% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older ...
C. Lloyd Morgan - Ethology - Morgan's Canon
... As a specialised form of Occam's razor, Morgan's canon played a critical role in the growth of behaviourism in twentieth century academic psychology ... study of animal cognition has become popular, a disciplined use of Lloyd Morgan's canon has become important ... the very reverse of Morgan's canon often proves to be the best strategy" ...

Famous quotes containing the word morgan:

    ... censorship often boils down to some male judges getting to read a lot of dirty books—with one hand.
    —Robin Morgan (b. 1941)

    Women are a colonized people.
    —Robin Morgan (b. 1941)

    Pregnant women! They had that weird frisson, an aura of magic that combined awkwardly with an earthy sense of duty. Mundane, because they were nothing unique on the suburban streets; ethereal because their attention was ever somewhere else. Whatever you said was trivial. And they had that preciousness which they imposed wherever they went, compelling attention, constantly reminding you that they carried the future inside, its contours already drawn, but veiled, private, an inner secret.
    —Ruth Morgan (1920–1978)