Diagnostic psychological testing, by David Rapaport, Merton M. Gill, and Roy Schafer. Edited by Robert R. Holt.

; Schafer, Roy, author ; Gill, Merton M. (Merton Max), 1914-1994, author ; Holt, Robert R., editor
Rev. ed.. New York, International Universities Press [1968] .

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Other Authors Gill, Merton M. 1914-1994,
Holt, Robert R.,
Schafer, Roy,
Subjects Psychodiagnostics.
Psychological Tests.
Psychologische tests.
Series Menninger Clinic monograph series ; no. 3,4.
Description x, 562 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date [1968]
Notes Revised and abridged from the complete edition published 1945-46.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 529-543).
Contents 10. The thematic apperception test. The place of the thematic apperception test in this battery of tests; testing of ideational content. Administration; inquiry; inquiry into lack of clarity; inquiry forcing compliance with instructions and exploring compliance with the picture; the time and place of inquiry; the nonsuggestive character of the free inquiry. Rationale. Essential Ideational content versus clichés; the nature of ideational content; strivings and defenses in the stories; form-varieties of defense; essential ideational content and memory organization; a word on the rationale of inquiry. Item analysis. The techniques of interpretation; the formal characteristics of the story structure, compliance with the instructions, consistency of the stories; the formal characteristics of the story content, the prevailing tone of the narrative, the figures of the story, strivings and attitudes, obstacles or barriers; diagnostic implications, affective liability, depression, obsessiveness-compulsiveness, indications of strong unexpressed aggressions, paranoid indications, indications of schizophrenic process. 11. Diagnosing with a battery of tests. The differential diagnosis of psychosis versus neurosis. The differential diagnosis of neurosis versus normality. Differential diagnosis within the major diagnostic groups.
8. The word association test. The psychological rationale of the word association test. Administration. Scoring. Diagnostic suggestions; significance of the various types of associative disturbance; summary of diagnostic suggestions. -- 9. The Rorschach test. A general rationale of the psychological processes underlying Rorschach responses. Administration. The major scoring categories; the area chosen; the content chosen; the determinants; the form level; the fifth category. The major dimensions of the test; the quantitative wealth of the record; the qualitative wealth of the record; the form level of the record; the verbalization of the record. The volume and speed of production; the number of responses: R, scoring and inquiry, the rationale of R, R as a diagnostic indication; failures, scoring and inquiry, the rationale of failures, the failure score as a diagnostic indication; reaction time, the rationale of variations in reaction time, reaction time as a diagnostic indicator. The area chosen; the whole response: W, scoring and inquiry, the rationale of the W score, W as a diagnostic indicator; the detail response: D, inquiry and scoring, the rationale of the D score, D as a diagnostic indicator; the Dd score, the Do score; the total amount of other areas chosen: DR; the De score; the Dr score, score and inquiry, the rational of the Dr score, Dr as a diagnostic indicator; the S and s scores, inquiry and scoring, the rationale of the space responses; the interrelationships of the scores referring to the area chosen: the manner approach. The determinants; the form responses: F, scoring and inquiry, rationale of the form responses, the F% as a diagnostic indicator, the F+% as a diagnostic indicator; Movement responses: M, scoring and inquiry, rationale of the movement responses, M as a diagnostic indicator; color responses, the three basic color responses, general problems of inquiry, color responses as diagnostic indicators; the experience balance, or the relationship between movement and color, the diagnostic significance of the experience balance (EB); the shading and related responses, scoring and inquiry, rationale of content, the diagnostic significance of the scores of content: stereotypy. The fifth scoring category: frequency, organization, and verbalization; popular responses: P, scoring and inquiry, rationale of the popular responses, the diagnostic significance of the P responses; The original responses: orig., scoring and inquiry, rationale of the original responses; combination and construction responses, scoring and inquiry, rationale of the combination responses, the diagnostic significance of the combination responses; the analysis of verbalization, scoring and inquiry, general rationale of the analysis of verbalization, deviant verbalizations, peculiar queer and related verbalization, miscellaneous types of verbalizations.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)439734
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