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2B Self Psychology

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Hans Eysenck - combined clinical psychology with experimental psychology to determine personality types based on the presence or absence of certain characteristics.
Hans Eysenck dimensions of neuroticism and extraversion-introversion. -neurotticism as emotional instability - extraversion described individuals who are active and outgoing while introverts are quiet and reserved. - psychoticism as recklessness or disregard for common sense
Raymound B Cattell - developed a model to describe and distinguish between surface, source and global traits. - believed traits such as intelligence were inherited while others such as neurtoicism were the product of environment.
Raymound B Cattell(personality dimensions) tender-mindness and neuroticism
Created by: Maddie Rose