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...Falconer, William William Falconer was born at Chester on 23 February 1744 and died at Bath on 31 August 1824. He received the MD from Edinburgh in 1766 with a dissertation on kidney disease. During the following year, he attended medical...
...Hildrop, John John Hildrop died on 18 January 1756. He was educated at St John’s College, Oxford, graduating BA in 1702 and MA in 1705 (BD and DD, 1743). He accepted the mastership of the Royal Free Grammar School at Marlborough in 1703...
...Cogan, Thomas Thomas Cogan was born in Rothwell, Northamptonshire on 8 February 1736 and died in London on 2 February 1818. He received his early education at Kibworth, in Leicestershire, and his preparation for the dissenting ministry...
...Dunn, Robert Robert Dunn died in London on 4 November 1877. His medical education took place at Guy’s and St Thomas’s Hospitals. In 1825 he became licentiate of the Society of Apothecaries. Three years later he was admitted to membership...
...Mayer, Max Friedrich Max Meyer was born on 15 June 1873 in Danzig, Germany. A chance reading of Lazarus Geiger’s Der Ursprung der Sprache (1869) stimulated his interest in mind and behavior, and in the spring of 1892 he enrolled...
...Noble, Daniel Daniel Noble was born in Preston on 14 January 1810 and died in Manchester on 12 January 1885. The son of Mary Dewhurst and Edward Noble, he studied medicine first as an apprentice to Thomas Moore, a Preston surgeon...
... on his mother’s side of Josiah Wedgwood, through whom he was related to Charles Darwin Darwin, Charles Robert . Holland received his early education at a private school in Knutsford. In 1799, at the age of eleven, he went to Newcastle-upon-Tyne...
...Maudsley, Henry Henry Maudsley was born at Rome Farm in the Parish of Giggleswick, Yorkshire on 5 February 1835 and died in Bushey Heath, Greater London on 24 January 1918. He was the fourth of seven children and the third of four sons...
...Smee, Alfred Alfred Smee was born in Camberwell on 18 June 1818 and died in London on 11 January 1877. He was the second son of William Smee, Accountant-General to the Bank of England. Smee was educated at St Paul’s School, King’s College...
... referred to their approach as ‘physiological psychology’. Besides Brodie, this group included William B. Carpenter Carpenter, William Benjamin , Laycock, Thomas Thomas Laycock , Holland, Henry Henry Holland , Robert Dunn and Noble, Daniel...