In addition, the Rorschach Inkblot test
possesses reliability and validity similar to that of other psychological tools used for personality assessment (Board of Trustees of the Society for Personality Assessment, 2005).This unique contribution of Rorschach as a psychological tool plays a significant role in the formulation (Yoshida, Murano andamp; Satio, et al., 1995) and treatment plan for addicts (Blatt andamp; Berman, 1990), and can contribute to a deeper understanding of human behaviours in the context of management and intervention.
(7) The Rorschach inkblot test
was developed in the 1920s by Hermann Rorschach, a young Swiss psychologist who got the idea from a popular European parlor game that involved making inkblots and telling stories about them.
Consider the ease with which people see life forms in the smudgy blots of a Rorschach inkblot test
and name and talk to cars, computers, and other valued possessions.
Even the Rorshach Inkblot Test
, a projective technique, has been found to be culturally biased (Kaplan, Rickers-Ovsiankina, & Joseph, 1956).
The intermittent light of the firefly can function something like an inkblot test
, I learned.
Another untitled ink-on-paper piece, of the same dimensions, is reminiscent of an inkblot test
. Splotches of black ink stain the gray medium.
In the Inkblot Test
, a viewer looks at ten inkblots, one at a time, and describes what they see.
If you're ever faced with taking an inkblot test
, your best bet is to decline it, especially if your life, liberty, or nuts are on the line in a court of law or shrink's office.
The contributions in Irwin's collection are almost all from philosophy professors, which may appeal to those who would like to use The Matrix as a reference in philosophy courses (Irwin's introduction, citing the growing interest of philosophy professors and students in The Matrix, calls it "a philosopher's Rorschach inkblot test
"I had the means to collect art for my own pleasure at first, until I realized that some of the artworks I own could be used as projective tests, a bit like the Rorschach inkblot test
The images in scholar's rocks and wood are a little like the psychologist's inkblot tests
. This rootwood was chosen for its dragon shape, the revered creatures symbolising benevolent but auspicious powers.