Eysenck


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Eysenck

Hans J?rgen . 1916--97, British psychologist, born in Germany, who developed a dimensional theory of personality that stressed the influence of heredity
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Performance on the Eysenck Personality Questionnaire
Bowden SC, Saklofske DH, Van de Vijver FJ, Sudarshan NJ, Eysenck SB.
The development of an abbreviated form of the Revised Eysenck Personality Questionnaire (EPQR-A): Its use among students in England, Canada, the USA and Australia.
Impulsivity has been considered as a trait but not a primary factor in Eysenck's personality theory (Eysenck & Eysenck, 1977).
Eysenck (1990) plantea que un alto nivel de psicoticismo se asocia a agresividad, hostilidad, frialdad, egocentrismo, impulsividad, comportamiento antisocial y rigidez.
50 years of study resulted in Eysenck personality scales which were created to measure main personal characters.
The 48-item Short Form of the Revised Eysenck Personality Questionnaire (EPQR-S)7,8 was developed "for use when time is very limited" (p.
Despite displeasing many people, perhaps it is precisely such asymmetry in art and music that pleases a given personality type (Eysenck, 1994; Eysenck & Furnham, 1993).
Eysenck & Byrne, 1992; Miller & Bichsel, 2004).
Intelligence and personality for both samples were measured by the Standard Progressive Matrices-(SPM) (CEPA, 2001) and by the Eysenck Personality Questionnaire-Junior Version-(EPQ-J) (Eysenck & Eysenck, 1975).
Recent victims of the NUS and Communist groups have been Professor Eysenck, of the London School of Economics, and Mr John Biggs-Davdson, of the Monday Club.