Eysenck


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Wikipedia.

Eysenck

Hans J?rgen . 1916--97, British psychologist, born in Germany, who developed a dimensional theory of personality that stressed the influence of heredity
References in periodicals archive ?
Revised Eysenck personality questionnaire was created to measure personality features and includes six scales: introversion-extroversion (E), psychoticism (P), psychosis (N), criminality (C), addiction (A), lying (L).
The Eysenck personality questionnaire--revised (EPQ-R): A confirmation of the factorial structure in the Italian context.
Yontem: Eysenck Kisilik Envanteri-Gozden Gecirilmis Kisaltilmis Form (EKA-GGK) 60 iki uclu bozukluklu, 50 tek uclu bozukluklu ve 50 saglikli bireye uygulandi.
Baumgarner, 2003; Cooper, 1997; Deming, 1986, 1993; Eysenck, 1994; Gardner, 2004; Goleman, 1998).
The Jungian model of psychological type proposes a very different theoretical framework of personality and individual differences from that proposed by Eysenck (see Jung, 1971).
I've also shone in breastfeeding, small-scale watercolour painting, booking things (trains, flights, trips to dentists a speciality), cutting and sticking, putting gloss paint on wooden doors in the correct configuration, Eysenck IQ tests, complaining in restaurants and doing (dare I crow?
To paraphrase Eysenck (1976), it is in individual cases that we show our hope, not so much of proving that a phenomenon exists, but of learning intensely about the phenomenon.
Eysenck (1977) is one of the few trait-psychologists who explicitly constructed a theory on the link between personality and criminality (see also Eysenck & Gudjonsson, 1989).
In two different studies, Eysenck (1971, 1972) indicated that one's personality was predictive of one's level of sexual experiences (i.
1997: Psychologist Hans Eysenck, famous for developing theories on personality, died on this day