Definition of Eysenck
1. Noun. 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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Literary usage of Eysenck
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1. The Science, Treatment, and Prevention of Antisocial Behaviorsby Diana H. Fishbein by Diana H. Fishbein (2004)
"Eysenck, HJ, & Eysenck, SB (1975). Eysenck personality questionnaire (junior) manual. ... Manual of the Eysenck personality questionnaire (Adult). ..."
2. Health Consequences of Smoking: Nicotine Addiction a Report of the Surgeon by C. Everett Koop, M.D., DIANE Publishing Company (1988)
"Eysenck suggests that nicotine administered during highly stressful situations may improve mood by means of the secondary system, while nicotine ..."
3. The Information Universe: Issues in Informing Science and Information by Informing Science Institute, Eli Cohen, Ed. (2006)
"Eysenck, HJ (1959). Manual of the Maudsley personality inventory. ... Eysenck, HJ, & Eysenck, SBG (1975). Manual of the Eysenck personality questionnaire. ..."
4. Individual Differences in the Behavioral Etiology of Drug Abuse edited by Harold W. Gordon, Meyer D. Glantz (1997)
"Eysenck (17) (Eysenck and Eysenck 1975). The 17—a 90-item yes/no scale designed to assess impulsiveness and venturesome- ness—yields 7 factors: psychoticism ..."
5. Rural Substance Abuse: State of Knowledge & Issues edited by Elizabeth B. Robertson (1999)
"Zuckerman, M., Eysenck, SB, and Eysenck, HJ. Sensation seeking in England and America Cross-cultural, age, and sex comparisons J Consult Clin Psychol ..."