Hans Eysenck


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a British psychologist (born in Germany) noted for his theories of intelligence and personality and for his strong criticism of Freudian psychoanalysis

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Glenn Wilson PhD, a former associate of Professor Hans Eysenck who pioneered IQ testing, taps into the growing demand for ever more sophisticated dating services.
Using episodes of the BBC2 show Red Dwarf and a documentary on the life of German psychologist Hans Eysenck, the students' saliva was tested to determine the levels of antibodies present after watching each programme.
Contributors from the many other disciplines relevant to The Moral Sense come next - Arlene Saxonhouse (political science), Tom Tyler and Wayne Kerstetter (political science), Hans Eysenck (psychiatry), Barry Schwartz (pyschology), Elliot Turiel (education), and Gilbert Geis (criminology).
One well-developed theoretical model that takes into account a significant biological factor, temperament, is the biosocial personality theory of the British psychologist Hans Eysenck (1977, 1997).