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McDougall

[ muhk-doo-guhl ]
/ məkˈdu gəl /
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William, 1871–1938, U.S. psychologist and writer, born in England.

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McDougall
[ mək-dōōgəl ]
William 1871-1938

British-born American psychologist who theorized that human behavior is determined by both instinctive and intentional strivings.
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