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    Eyes, the Power of Suggestion and Rorschach Tests: An Introduction The human sense of sight is a very detailed and complex ability, which humans often take for granted. However, once they take time to think about it, they realize how complicated the process really is. The eye receives light from the outside with the cornea, which then travels through the nerves until the light reaches the brain. The brain processes this light into information about the outside world, and then the brain uses this

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    The final test that I administer is called the Faux-Rorschach test. This test is constructed of three inkblot pictures and it intends to analyze a person’s emotional functioning. As I handed Steven each inkblot picture I asked him, “What may this be? His response for the first inkblot picture was

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    The Rorschach inkblot test is one of the most widely known psychological projective test of personality, and the most controversial. In general, projective tests are psychoanalytically based tools that assist clients to reveal their unconscious conflicts via responses towards ambiguous stimuli, and can also help psychologists to determine psychological disorders. Specifically, the Rorschach allows individuals to interpret a series of abstract inkblots based on their emotional and cognitive function

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    The Rorschach Test has been used by psychologists since 1921. If there are no wrong answers and infinite amount of them, then how is the Rorschach Test reliable? For nearly 100 years the Rorschach Test has been providing its takers with unreliable information about their personal and intelligence. The Rorschach Test was created in 1921 by Hermann Rorschach. It assesses people's persona and or finding out if they are schizophrenic by showing them a series of inkblots. Despite the fact, psychiatrists

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    Rorschach Inkblot Test

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    The Rorschach Inkblot test is a set of cards that has pictures of inkblots folded over such that they create a mirror image. The premise behind this technique is that when somebody is presented with an ambiguous image, the mind starts to allocate meaning to the image. When the person is asked to share the meaning associated with that image, they are shedding light about how they project meaning to the outer world. The perceptions of inkblots are recorded and analyzed using either psychological interpretation

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    What would Rorschach say this reveals about your personality? Do you agree with Rorschach’s opinion of you? Explain. A thematic pattern is defined as a projective test that reveals aspects of a personality that was developed by Henry Murray and Christiana Morgan. I see a thematic pattern in my responses that show people and their possessions. I also see a pattern of animals. Rorschach would reveal my personality as caring, helpful, and interested in different types of people. Rorschach may even predict

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    exhibit any issues with her hearing, vision, motor skills, or word finding. Her mood was calm and composed, which was congruent with her affect. In addition, she exhibited a logical thought process, and did not display any signs of psychosis. Test Behavior Observations Mrs. Smith completed each assessment without a break, but took a 15-minutes in between each assessment. The measures were completed in a room

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    same question was asked several times: Does a Rorschach test actually work, and can it be manipulated by objects seen before that were stored in the memory? Each time it was asked, the answer became clearer, until the answer was revealed: No. The opinion that had been settled on could have been different if the information were less contaminated by false data caused by incorrect testing, and there were several changes that could have been made to the test. But there were many observations made during

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    Uncreative Writing Essay

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    In the realm of modern literature, a multitude of texts have produced a “thicket of information”(Goldsmith, “Uncreative writing” 1). In this “thicket”, all works seemingly blend together into one jumbled-up, problematic mess. To cut through this jungle of mundaneness, writers aspire to fabricate what they perceive as “creative” literature. There are even guides to doing this; though most are filled with cliché terms and phrases such as: explorer, ground-breaker, and going where no one has gone before(8)

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    Introduction Hermann Rorschach first introduced the general public to his self-named test in his monograph Psychodiagnostik in 1921 (Exner, 2003). It was the rage of the 40s and 50s, at least as far as anything in psychology can be ‘the rage’, but began losing popularity as the field of counseling and clinical psychology changed. Some of this is no doubt due to the nature of the introduction of the test: Rorschach died at only 37 of “appendicitis complicated by peritonitis” (Rorschach, Lemkau, Kronenberg

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