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Rorschachiana; journal of the International Society for the Rorschach; v.32, issues 1&2: 2011.

9780889373983

Rorschachiana; journal of the International Society for the Rorschach; v.32, issues 1&2: 2011.

Ed. by Sadegh Nashat et al.

Hogrefe Publishing

2011

251 pages

$98.00

Hardcover

series: title

BF698

The International Society for the Rorschach studies the Rorschach test and other projective methods in psychology. Of the two journal issues combined here, the first has four articles and a case study; the second has five articles. Each includes its own editorial. Among the topics are a retrospective study of Rorschach indicators of post-traumatic stress disorder, the importance of differentiating latent and manifest content in projective tests, the Rorschach assessment of parenting capacity, self-perception in Andean Quechua-speaking children entering school using the Rorschach method, the role of color in the production of responses in children's Rorschach protocols, and normative data from a sample of nonpatient Brazilian children aged nine to eleven. There is no index.

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