Hans Eysenck


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Noun1.Hans Eysenck - 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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In the 1960s the psychologist Hans Eysenck found out about a major differentiatior between introverts and extraverts, that being the high stimulation extraverts need from the world in order to feel energetic, whereas introverts are much more easily inward stimulated and therefore more inclined into loneliness and quietness.
Hans Eysenck theorized that neuroticism is a function of activity in the limbic system, and his research suggests that people who score highly on measures of neuroticism have a more reactive sympathetic nervous system, and are more sensitive to environmental stimulation.
Psychologist Hans Eysenck rejected psychiatric medical approaches in favor of errors in learning as a cause of mental illness (as if learning is not a neurobiology event).
En las entrevistas realizadas a los fundadores de la AATC, se mencionaron con mayor insistencia los nombres de Hans Eysenck, Aaron T.
Hans Eysenck, a well-known and pre-eminent psychologist, was personally attacked and had to flee from the London School of Economics when lecturing about differences among humans.