Thought-provoking contributions from the world of the Rorschach – including a special section on the Thematic Apperception Test (TAT) and other storytelling projective methods such as the Fairy Tale Test and TEMAS
This latest volume of Rorschachiana illustrates the diversity of ideas and applications that projective methods offer. The general section includes a blend of innovative research on topics such as use of the Rorschach and other projective methods to look at creativity, body image, and differences between learning disabled and non-disabled children. A special section is dedicated to the Thematic Apperception Test (TAT) and related storytelling projective methods, including the Fairy Tale Test, Tell-Me-A-Story, the Music Apperception Test, and their applications.
Rorschachiana is the official publication of the International Society for the Rorschach and Projective Methods, now with more than 3,000 members throughout the world, which for over half a century has played an important role in supporting the use of the instrument, as well as helping to develop extensive empirical research on its effectiveness in specific clinical situations.
Rorschachiana is also available as a journal (ISSN 1192-5604). The journal subscription includes 2 online issues per year, online access to available back issues, and the book as an annual print compendium