Hans Eysenck (1916-1997) was a prolific psychologist who is best known for his work on intelligence and personality.
Know your Own I.Q
The intelligence quotient remains the definitive means of assessing brain capacity, and this classic book, originally published in 1962, was the first that permitted readers to determine their own I.Q.
It includes an introduction by the prolific psychologist Hans Eysenck, followed by a range of easy to difficult I.Q. challenges. At the back of the book you can find the answers and your personal I.Q. rating.
Know Your Own Personality ( with Glenn Wilson)
Carefully researched questionnaires enable readers to assess their extraversion, emotional stability, sense of humor, and sexual, social, and political attitudes
Fact abnd Fiction in Psychology
Among the chapters that made this book famous is one entitled "Little Hans or Little Albert?" containing perhaps the most comprehensive and damning review of Freudian theory and practice yet published in a popular work. It cites (inter alia) the studies of Wolpe & Rachman, which use Freud's own data to show that his claims were completely inconsistent with the facts. This is followed by "New Ways of Curing Neurosis", documenting the successes of Behaviour Therapy (of which Eysenck was a pioneer in the UK) and contrasting its results with those of psychoanalysis. "Therapy or Brainwashing" then confronts head-on the criticisms being made of the methods described in the previous chapter.