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The thematic apperception test; the theory and technique of interpretation, by Silvan S. Tomkins with the collaboration of Elizabeth J. Tomkins.

; Tomkins, Elizabeth J
New York, Grune and Stratton, 1947.
ISBN 9780808905066, 0808905066

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Other Authors Tomkins, Elizabeth J.
Subjects Aperception thématique, Test d'
Personalidade.
Thematic Apperception Test.
Description xi, 297 pages
Copyright Date 1947.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 287-291).
Summary "This is a book about a test which is barely fifteen years old--a promising adolescent emerging from the rites of puberty. The Thematic Apperception Test (TAT) has not yet attained full stature, that is certain, and perhaps this book should have awaited its further development. It is with the hope that the maturation of the test might be accelerated that I venture to publish a series of lectures delivered to a seminar on the diagnosis of personality. Many of the characteristics of lectures will be found in these pages--more questions are asked than answered, hypotheses are illustrated more than proven, much that might have been mentioned briefly is laboriously illustrated, and what might have been elaborated is expressed obliquely. It is a workbook and not a compilation of established doctrine. I have addressed myself to two audiences: those who are completely unfamiliar with the TAT and research psychologists whose interest I hoped to enlist in the exploration of a host of problems-problems of test interpretation which are also of import for the science of which the test is a constituent element. Because of these aims, the psychologist who is long familiar with the technique of interpretation and whose interests are primarily diagnostic may find too much that is well known and too much that is remote from his immediate clinical concern"--Preface. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2006 APA, all rights reserved).
Network Numbers (OCoLC)204108
(OCoLC)ocm00204108
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WorldCat Identities Tomkins, Silvan S. 1911-1991.
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