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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As Hans Eysenck once noticed 'introverts focus more on what needs to be done and do not let themselves distracted by the social energy of the place they work in, should it had nothing to do with the work they do'.
Aportaciones sociales de la psicologia de Hans Eysenck.
a sample sally might begin: 'I know its unfashionable to say this' and go on to propose that, say, Hans Eysenck was on to something.
1997: Psychologist Hans Eysenck, famous for developing theories on personality, died on this day
Cuando, en 1952, el psicologo Hans Eysenck publico un estudio segun el cual el psicoanalisis incluso impedia la curacion de los pacientes, estallo una ola de rechazo contra Freud.
This report discusses the outcomes of a study that examined a hypothesis about the acquisition of behavioral inhibitions offered by Hans Eysenck, which suggests that what is often described as morality or conscience is acquired through conditioning experiences to which individuals respond differently according to their temperament-based personality traits.