Merlin Donald (born on 17 November 1939) is a Canadian psychologist and cognitive neuroscientist. In 1968, he gained a PhD in Neuropsychology from McGill University; in 1972, he joined the Faculty of Queen’s University at Kingston, Ontario, where he was Professor of Psychology, now Emeritus. In 2005, he contributed to found the Cognitive Science Department at Case Western University and was the chair of that Department until April 2013. He is currently Adjunct Professor at Case Western University.
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