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    What was Hans Eysenck contribution to the field of psychology of personality? How can his theories be applied to the workplace?

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    He stated that intelligence was largely inherited and introduced the world to his concepts of extroversion (positive emotions and socialness) and neuroticism (negative emotions), the two basic personality dimensions, according to his theory. Of course there are many more theories and ideas presented by Eysenck, but these two are the ones he is best noted ...

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