Eysenck, Hans


Hans Eysenck (1916-1997) was a German-English psychologist, who was both widely cited and controversial. He criticized psychotherapy, labeled psychoanalysis as unscientific, and also suggested that genetic differences might underlie racial differences in intelligence. Eysenck developed an influential model of human personality based on two super-traits, extrovert-introvert and emotional stable and unstable dimensions.



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