Rorschach Performance Assessment Literature Review

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References I. General Information Murphy, L. L., Plake, B. S., Impara, J. C., & Spies, R. A. (Eds.). (2002). Tests in print VI. Lincoln, NE: Buros Institute of Mental Measurements. This book provides a general description of the Rorschach test, such as the purpose, population, publication date, price, time, author and cross reference information. This book can be helpful in providing general information on the test as well as other references. There is no bias with this book since it is just facts about the test. View all PAR products. (n.d.). Retrieved from This website provides a general description of the test, such as the age range for the test as well as its purpose. The website also includes…show more content…
The R-PAS bases its interpretation on standard scores and complexity of adjusted scores. Interrater reliability was done for both raw scores and complexity-adjusted score. Both variables had good interrater reliability. This article provides reliability information on the R-PAS which is good for determining the consistency of the system. IV. Practical Aspects Kleiger, J. H. (2017). A Rorschach case study: Multiple psychoanalytic models of interpretation. Rorschachiana, 38(1), 1-11. doi:10.1027/1192-5604/a000089 This case study has six different psychologist from six different schools of thought analyzing a patients Rorschach results. The different schools of thought are ego psychology, object relations, self-psychology, interpersonal theory, the French psychoanalytic school, and attachment theory. Questions were asked to guide there interpretations. This case study can be useful in showing how different schools of thought process and evaluate Rorschach results. Viglione, D. J., Meyer, G. J., Resende, A. C., & Pignolo, C. (2017). A Survey of Challenges Experienced by New Learners Coding the Rorschach. Journal Of Personality Assessment, 99(3), 315-323.…show more content…
Uses, Value, Strengths, Weaknesses, Professional Commentary in literature Park, K. N. (2009, May 23). A Review of Literature Regarding Scientific Controversies Surrounding the Psychometric Properties of the Rorschach Inkblot Test. Online Submission, This paper evaluates empirical comprehensive system research as a way to determine if there is a lack of scientific merit to the system as some people claim. The system is evaluated against other accepted standards for psychological test. The validity, reliability, standardized procedures and normative data. The paper stated how the Rorschach test’s legitimacy should be based on unbiased empirical information. This paper is useful since it provides an analysis of the comprehensive system that is used to evaluate the Rorschach test. Gacono, C. B., Jumes, M. T., & Gray, B. T. (2016). Use of the PCL-R and Rorschach in forensic treatment planning. In C. B. Gacono, C. B. Gacono (Eds.) , The clinical and forensic assessment of psychopathy: A practitioner's guide (pp. 311-331). New York, NY, US: Routledge/Taylor & Francis

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