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Eysenck’s psychoticism factor (P) is characteristic of a. normal personalities only. b. abnormal personalities only. c. normal and abnormal personalities. d. neither normal nor abnormal
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Eysenck’s psychoticism factor (P) is characteristic of normal and abnormal personalities.
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