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Publication - Professor Jan Noyes

    '...constantly at work in the laboratory of my own mind'

    Jan Noyes on Conwy Lloyd Morgan, the first psychologist to become a Fellow of the Royal Society

    Citation

    Noyes, J, 2017, ‘'...constantly at work in the laboratory of my own mind': Jan Noyes on Conwy Lloyd Morgan, the first psychologist to become a Fellow of the Royal Society’. Psychologist, vol 30., pp. 76-78

    Abstract

    When Conwy Lloyd Morgan was born in London on 6 February 1852, Great Ormond Street Hospital was about to admit its first patient and the Earl of Derby was about to form a minority Conservative government after the resignation of Earl Russell as Prime Minister. The first public toilet for women in the UK opened in Bedford Street, London, a few months after the first ‘Gents’ on Fleet Street.

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