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The Scientific Study of Human Nature Helmuth Nuborg Ed

The Scientific Study of Human Nature Helmuth Nuborg Ed

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Published by Veronica Anescu
The man and his work: paradox and controversy.
The man and his work: paradox and controversy.

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The
Scientific Study
of
Human
Nature:
Tribute
to
Hans
J.
EysenckatEighty
 
Titles
of related
interest
Personality
and
Individual
Differences
The
Official
Journal
of the
International Society
for the
Study
of
Individual Differences
(ISSID)
Editors-in-Chief:
H.
J.
Eysenck
and S. B. G.
Eysenck
Department
of
Psychology
Institute
of
PsychiatryDe Crespigny ParkDenmark HillLondon
SE5 8AF
UK
Aims
and
scope
Personality
and
Individual
Differences
is
devoted
to the
publication
of
articles (experi-mental, theoretical, review)
which
aim to
integrate
as far as
possible
the
major
factors
of
personality with empirical paradigms
from
experimental, physiological, animal, clinical,educational, criminological or industrial psychology or to seek an explanation for thecauses
and
major
determinants
of
individual
differences
in
concepts derived
from
thesedisciplines.
The
editors
are
concerned with both genetic
and
environmental
causes,
and
they
are particularly interested in possible interaction
effects.
The traditional type of
work
on
traits, abilities, attitudes, types
and
other latent structures underlying con-sistencies in behavior has in recent years been receiving rather short
shrift
in traditionaljournals
of
personality;
Personality
and
Individual
Differences
aims
to
reinstate
it to its
proper
place in psychology, equal in importance with general experimental work, andinteracting
with
it to
make
up a
unitary
science
of
psychology.For
further
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