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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For example, independently of age, males are higher than females on psychoticism (Eysenck, H.
Eysenck (1976) validated this questionnaire through the use of other sexual, personality and social attitude inventories.
Eysenck es bien conocida y se publicaron antes del presente libro una autobiografia, una biografia en ingles, otra en espanol, un libro homenaje (Feitschrift) y otra obra en su honor al cumplir 80 anos.
In the present study it is being effort to translate and adapt the Eysenck Personality Questionnaire (Junior) (Eysenck & Eysenck, 1970) that will help to study and analyze the different personality trends among these children.
Del total de los sujetos, 98 fueron evaluados con el "Cuestionario de personalidad para adultos EPQ-A" (Eysenck Personality Questionnaire-Adult; Eysenck y Eysenck, 1995) primera edicion en castellano por TEA (1989).
2)Extroversion(E): Eysenck defined the extroverts and introverts as " A common extroversion is enjoying social lifes, living spontaneously, having fun of making bad jokes, being reckless and optimistic, having difficulties in curbing their sentiments, getting easily upset, not being reliable all the time and having too many friends.(Koc,1994; Aydin, 2006) A common introversion is being silent and shy, liking books rather than humans, not showing closeness to anyone but his friends, not doing a business before thinking, taking daily things seriously, living a normal life, controlling sentiments, being relying and pessimistic and considering moral things important.(Koc, 1994)
Eysenck and Eysenck (1977,1978) have suggested that sensation seeking is a subtrait of impulsivity.
Measures included the Eating Disorder Inventory, the Self-Rating Depression Scale, the General Health Questionnaire, and the Eysenck Personality Inventory (EPI).
Haraldsson (1985) found no significant correlation between suggestibility scores and neuroticism (measured by the Eysenck Personality Questionnaire, EPQ).