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The Eysenck Personality Profile in Selected Groups of Ophthalmological Patients

Published Online: 11 Oct 2019
Page range: 41 - 49
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Personality correlates in patients with eye diseases have bidirectional influence. It is possible that personality variables lead to behaviours that may influence the cause of eye problems, but the opposite is also possible, that eye problems could have a direct effect on personality.

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