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Marston

John. ?1576--1634, English dramatist and satirist. His works include the revenge tragedies Antonio and Mellida (1602) and Antonio's Revenge (1602) and the satirical comedy The Malcontent (1604)
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cc/SBR3 -2GDJ]; Application for a Scholarship for William Marston (May 13, 1913) (on file with Harvard College).
Committee members and faculty include: Kathleen Gibson, MD - Course Director, Carl Black, MD, Sheila Coogan, MD, Ellen Dillavou, MD, Steven Elias, MD, Mark Garcia, MD, Jennifer Heller, MD, Manju Kalra, MD, Peter Lawrence, MD, William Marston, MD and Peter Pappas, MD.
William Marston published Emotions of Normal People.
William Marston, MD, Associate Professor of Surgery, Division of Vascular Surgery at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Thomas Marston, eldest son and heir of William Marston of Middleton in Shropshire, was admitted to the Middle Temple.
Committee members and faculty include: Carl Black, MD, Sheila Coogan, MD, Ellen Dillavou, MD, Steven Elias, MD, Mark Garcia, MD, Jennifer Heller, MD, Manju Kalra, MD, Peter Lawrence, MD, William Marston, MD, and Peter Pappas, MD.
The man behind the modern lie detector is widely believed to have been Dr William Marston, a Harvard psychologist better known for creating the comic book character Wonder Woman.
William Marston, assistant professor in vascular surgery at University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.
Committee members and faculty include: Carl Black, MD, Sheila Coogan, MD, Ellen Dillavou, MD, Steven Elias, MD, Mark Garcia, MD, Kathleen Gibson, MD, Jennifer Heller, MD, Manju Kalra, MD, Nicos Labropoulos, PhD, Peter Lawrence, MD, William Marston, MD, Mark Meissner, MD, and Peter Pappas, MD.
Course Faculty and Committee Members: Carl Black, MD, Sheila Coogan, MD, Ellen Dillavou, MD, Steven Elias, MD, Mark Garcia, MD, Jennifer Heller, MD, Manju Kalra, MD, Nicos Labropoulos, PhD, Peter Lawrence, MD, William Marston, MD, Mark Meissner, MD, and Peter Pappas, MD
DiSC (Dominance, Information, Steadiness, and Conscientiousness) can be defined as the famous 4-quadrant behavioral framework developed by William Marston.