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e-Textbook From the electronic textbook created for undergraduate and graduate courses in Personality Theories by George Boeree of Shippensburg University.
The H. J. Eysenck Official Web Site. Darrin Evans maintains this site which features scholarship information, bibliography, and anecdotes about Eysenck from his former students and colleagues.
Goodness Has Nothing to Do With It This article from The Economist summarizes research by Daniel Bartels and David Pizzaro which suggests that people with a utilitarian outlook tend to be Machiavellian or psychopathic.
Hans Eysenck Obituary. Hans J. Eysenck, one of the most distinguished, prolific and maddeningly perverse psychologists of his generation, died on Sept. 4 at a hospice in London. He was 81. From The New York Times, September 10, 1997.
PEN Model Eysenck's PEN Model: Its Contribution to Personality Psychology. Kwang Min Jang of Northwestern University posted this paper to the Personality Research website.
PEN model and Other Trait Theories An overview of the PEN model and its relationship to other trait theories.
What Makes Us Extroverts and Introverts? Drawing on the theories of Carl Jung, Hans Eysenck, and current research in neuroscience, BBC staff writer Tom Stafford explains how the way the brain processes rewards may make people more extroverted or introverted. From July 17, 2013.
Assignments, Exercises, and Activities
Assessing Personality via Social Media Postings TruthSerum.com claims to assess personality though people's social media posts. Users can analyze their own personality and see how they compare to Barak Obama, Mitt Romney, Abraham Lincoln, the Unabomber Ted Kaczynski and some 135 other famous people on Neuroticism, Extraversion, Openness, Agreeableness, Conscientiousness, Machiavellianism, Narcissism, and Psychopathy (aka, Psychoticism).
Extroversion and Introversion: The Eysenck Lemon Juice Experiment The BBC website provides instructions and a simple way to replicate this classic experiment.
Extroversion and Introversion: The Necker Cube Experiment This brief on-line experiment, devised by the Open University in conjunction with the BBC was developed by Dr Peter Naish. Their hypothesis is that because of their varying response to stimulation, extroverts and introverts will perceive a Necker cube differently.
Examples and Illustrations
Slide Presentation lecture and lecture notes by Sandra K. Webster, Westminster College.
Tests, Measures, and Scales
Eysenck Personality Mini Test See where you fall on Extroversion, Neuroticism, and Psychoticism in this test posted by George Boeree of Shippensburg University.
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