Lloyd Morgan (1852-1936) "was a pioneer of animal psychology and an outstanding contributor to the evolutionary understanding of animal behavior.
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Morgan, a British comparative psychologist, was a cardinal figure in restructuring the orthodox Darwinian conception to meet the demands of the new biology of Weismann.