Sybil B. G. Eysenck
Sybille Bianca Giulietta Eysenck (//; March 1927 to December 2020) was a personality psychologist and the widow of the psychologist Hans Eysenck, with whom she collaborated as psychologists at the Institute of Psychiatry, University of London, as co-authors and researchers.
Sybil Eysenck (née Rostal) was born on 16 March 1927 as the only child of violinist Max Rostal and cellist Sela Trau (1898-1991) in Vienna. In 1934, she went with her parents into exile to Great Britain. In 1946 she became a naturalised British subject. Sybil Eysenck died on 5 December 2020 in London, England, at the age of 93.
Sybil Eysenck received a BSc in psychology in 1952, and a PhD in Psychology in 1955, both from the University London. After a long career (1953-1992) as a psychologist and senior lecturer at the Institute Psychiatry in London, England, she retired in 1992. After her retirement from psychology, Eysenck became a magistrate in London.
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