- E·wald [ey-vahlt] /ˈeɪ vɑlt/, 1834–1918, German physiologist and psychologist.
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- Ewald (ˈɛvalt). 1834–1918, German physiologist and experimental psychologist who studied vision and propounded the doctrine of nativism, the policy of favouring the natives of a country over the immigrants
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