Hans Eysenck

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Hans Eysenck was a German behaviorist and psychiatrist. He was an opponent of psychoanalysis and psychotherapy and wrote a book attacking them called The Decline and Fall of the Freudian Empire. He also wrote about astrology and paranormal topics. He wrote Race, Intelligence, and Education, a book claiming there were genetic and racial elements in intelligence.