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Birth:May 9 1893
Death:May 2 1947
Name:William Moulton Marston
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Text:"... of the Weyerhaeuser home Psychologists Views Editors Note WilliamMoultonMarston widely knowji psycholo gist and criminologist has per formed an interesting analysis of the Weyerhaeuser kidnap note and herewith..."
Date:May 28 1935
Publication:Indiana, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... sharply between the truths and tho Mes that they utter to lay bare by rof WMMarston graph the innermost secrets of the soul Professor WilliamMoultonMarston eminent University of Columbia psychologist..."
Date:June 30 1935
Publication:Salt Lake City, Utah, United States of America
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Text:"... bald and like him WilliamMoultonMarston the has spent eight years In research and experiments on hair preferences among men and women Which seems an awful waste of He writes in the article..."
Date:Oct 21 1938
Publication:Lubbock, Texas, United States of America
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Text:".... S. A., and Commander F. H. Poteet, U. S. N. LIE DETECTOR INVENTED-Lying will soon become a lost art, as a machine invented by WilliamMoultonMarston, of Boston, lawyer-scientist, Is said..."
Date:May 29 1921
Publication:Sandusky, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...-balanced personal life, according to Dr. WilliamMoultonMarston, the former Harvard psychologist who invented the lie detector. It's an equilateral triangle with success on one side, love on another, and fun..."
Date:Nov 25 1937
Publication:Laredo, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"..., in this age of medical enlightenment, should a man like Fiorello La Guardia die at 64? One answer, at least, is that he lived too much every day. Another, he got too mad too often. In 1936 WilliamMoulton..."
Date:Sep 21 1947
Publication:Joplin, Missouri, United States of America
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Text:"... in them Willemse former chief New York homicide squad In 1000 women will definitely rule this WilliamMoultonMarston anticipation CHAPTER III The heraldic crowing of Ma roosters amplified by clear 1 I Now..."
Date:Nov 20 1937
Publication:Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:".... WilliamMoultonMarston, psychologist and scientist, will attempt to prove his contention that gentlemen do not prefer blondes. ... On the 5:30 to 8:30 o'clock, KSFO-released Stadium concert, Frieder Weiss..."
Date:July 25 1939
Publication:Berkeley, California, United States of America
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Text:"... others. Conquering inferiorities is an exciting game and you can always win, declares Dr. WilliamMoultonMarston, and he tells how ir "March On: Face Life, with Cour age" (Doftbleday, The author attacks..."
Date:Feb 7 1941
Publication:Altoona, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"...'sfChurch, de- clared today. lit was his response to a belief 4xr pressed in New York by Dr. WilliamMoultonMarston; .noted psycholo- gist, that aTserious "sex battle" will end in feminine dominance..."
Date:Nov 12 1937
Publication:Kennebec, Maine, United States of America
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Text:"... to look like high schools, because there are ?o many youngsters in them. Willemse, former chief, New York homicide squad. In years, women will defi- nitely rule this country. WilliamMoultonMarston, psj..."
Date:Nov 20 1937
Publication:Brainerd, Minnesota, United States of America
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Text:"... ANTlFRBEZE PLUS PARTS 1 CLOVIS LANE Review YOU CANT TAKE IT WITH YOU by WilliamMoultonMarston From THE STOP AND THINK ARE FANTASIES ABOUT THE FUTURE ROBBING IfOU OF THE PRESENT DONT JUST SIT THERE TRADING..."
Date:Nov 21 1972
Publication:Clovis, New Mexico, United States of America
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Text:"... by mistake. "I wouldn't say H was exactly coi1- said the grinning Irishman from California when Dr. WilliamMoultonMarston, New York psy- chologist, announced the machine showed Corrigan had "fibbed." The New..."
Date:Aug 9 1938
Publication:North Adams, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"..., declared Dr. WilliamMoultonMarston, famous psychologist in Look magazine. Answering the question, "Who influences the President more, his wife or his Dr. Marston quoted both ladies on the subject. "I..."
Date:Feb 28 1939
Publication:Hayward, California, United States of America
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Text:"... mentally and physically balanced, people can live ten centuries with ease. 'sex battle with women emerging as rulers of the nation 1,000 years from now was predicted today by Dr. WilliamMoultonMarston..."
Date:Nov 11 1937
Publication:Harrisonburg, Virginia, United States of America
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Text:"... it exactly correct," said the grinning Irishman from California when Dr. WilliamMoultonMarston, New York psychologist, announced last n'ght at a dinner in Cor-rigan's honor that the machine' showed..."
Date:Aug 9 1938
Publication:Laredo, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... MoultonMarston, psychologist and dUcovcror ol the test. Dr. Mars ton. here for a speech be- requested to make tho test by Lla Fisher, Hauptmann's counsel, that both the convicted slayer his wife were eager..."
Date:Nov 21 1935
Publication:Syracuse, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... it was exactly cor said the grinning Irishman Tom California when Dr WilliamMoultonMarston New York psy chologist announced last night at a dinner in Corrigans honor that the machine showed the aviator had Voice..."
Date:Aug 9 1938
Publication:Cumberland, Maryland, United States of America
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Text:"... out the clock is not really absent- minded at all, psychologists tell Dr WilliamMoultonMarston sayi the professor's mind is simply too occupied with other thoughts to put on the clock and cat..."
Date:Nov 16 1940
Publication:Oakland, California, United States of America
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Text:"... California when Dr. WilliamMoultonMarston, New York psychologist, announced last light at a dinner in Corrigan's ionor that the machine showed the aviator had "fibbed." The New York to Ireland flier had been..."
Date:Aug 9 1938
Publication:Moberly, Missouri, United States of America
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