But what if other researchers administered the Rorschach test
to the medical students-- would they get similar results?
Without a context, interpreting the actions of a police officer or child protection worker often becomes a Rorschach test
The vitriol also suggests the degree to which Palin remains a Rorschach test
not simply to Republicans nationally but within a tight circle of elite operatives and commentators, many of whom seem ready to carry their arguments in 2012.
For clinicians, this annual publication brings together articles from two volumes of the journal (which is now being published online), on the Rorschach test
by researchers in psychology.
Five widely used instruments for assessment are then discussed, such as the Rorschach test
The Emmys are an annual Rorschach test
of the attitudes of the industry itself about what's being made in the industry.
There is something in the texts, we have to find out what it is, and in some places we have to go beyond it; it's not just a Rorschach test
about the text, which is why so much of what passes for Bible study these days is a waste of time.
The congeries of the 1960s is our national Rorschach test
Now, as I mentioned at the beginning of my review, the world is a kind of Rorschach test
in which one sees reflected one's own value system.
As in a Rorschach test
, one thing becomes another, and the Barraganesque acquires a Japanese dimension.
But the most important contribution of Martin Gilens' Why Americans Hate Welfare is to identify the responsibility of another agent--the journalistic community itself--in turning the welfare issue into a racial Rorschach test
The all-day testing was to include the Minnesota Multi-phasic Personality Inventory exam (nearly 570 questions), the Rorschach test
, the Thematic Apperception Test (TAT), the Shipley Institute for Living Scale, and the Sixteen Personality Factors Inventory.