[muh k-doo-guh l]
- William,1871–1938, U.S. psychologist and writer, born in England.
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"No, no; I'll just go at once," Mrs. McDougall returned, setting down her baskets.
Mrs. McDougall took them up hastily, and put them out of sight.
And so, Connie, gracefully as he could in his confusion, granted McDougall's favour.Connie Morgan in Alaska
James B. Hendryx
This was, apparently, the race-making period postulated by McDougall.The Bronze Age and the Celtic World
February 3d, Mr. McDougall moved to take them up for consideration.Charles Sumner; his complete works, volume 9 (of 20)
- British-born American psychologist who theorized that human behavior is determined by both instinctive and intentional strivings.
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