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Cattell on intelligence and personality

  title={Cattell on intelligence and personality},
  author={Hans J{\"u}rgen Eysenck and Gregory J. Boyle and Lazar Stankov and Nicholas G. Martin and K V Petrides and Michael W. Eysenck and Gener{\'o}s Ortet},
Article history: Received 16 December 2015 Accepted 6 April 2016 The two most prominent individual differences researchers of the twentieth century were Hans J. Eysenck and Raymond B. Cattell. Both were giants of scientific psychology, each publishing scores of books and hundreds of empirical peer-reviewed journal articles. Influenced by Hebb's distinction between physiological (Intelligence A) and experiential (Intelligence B), Eysenck focused on discovering the underlying biological substrata… Expand
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