Abstract Paradigm theories of personality are often based on the central nervous system; that which explains most behavioral systems. The general theory of personality will be described, as well as Eysenck’s three-dimensional personality model. Eysenk’s biological personality theory is a model used to describe three major forces in the expression of personalities. The purpose of this paper is to illustrate the limitations of Eysenck’s three-dimensions of personality model. Eysenk’s theory of personality will be described. The theory will also be explained by identifying the three elements of the model: psychoticism; extraversion; and neuroticism. The limitations of Eysenck’s three dimensions of personality will be supported by delineation...The end:
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