Morgan, Conwy Lloyd, 1852–1936, English psychologist. Professor of zoology at University College, Bristol (1887–1909), he served as first vice chancellor of the Univ. of Bristol (1909–10) and was professor of psychology and ethics until his retirement in 1919. He was one of the founders of animal psychology and a leading advocate of evolution. His works include Animal Life and Intelligence (1890), Habit and Instinct (1896), Instinct and Experience (1912), Emergent Evolution (1923), and The Animal Mind (1930).