Hans J. Eysenck, Ph.D.
A Rebel with a Cause
Dr. Hans Eysenck (born March 4, 1916, died September 4,
1997) was one of the world’s leading psychologists. He was the most quoted
living psychologist and certainly the most controversial. Through out a
long and illustrious career his work on personality, intelligince and psychotherapy
outcome has aroused impassioned debate and atttacks, both verbal and physical.
He was professor emeritus at the Institute of Psychiatry, University of
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daughter) and Didier Godat.
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