Rorschach® Technique

Description

Rorschach® Technique is the most widely used projective test in diagnosing and treating individuals with a variety of psychological problems and psychiatric disorders. 

Rorschach® Technique is the most widely used projective test in diagnosing and treating individuals with a variety of psychological problems and psychiatric disorders. 

Author:

Hermann Rorschach, MD

Overview:

The classical test for psychological and psychiatric problems

Age Range:

5 years to adult

Administration:

Untimed

Forms:

10 inkblot designs

Norms:

In Exner Vol. 1 and Workbook

Publication Date:

1945

Introduced in 1921, the Rorschach Technique is the most widely used projective test in diagnosing and treating individuals with a variety of psychological problems and psychiatric disorders. This classic test requires examinees to respond to 10 unique inkblot designs. Although Rorschach did not develop a comprehensive scoring system, others have produced procedures for interpreting the technique.

Exner’s Scoring System
The Rorschach: A Comprehensive System includes procedures that emphasize the interpretation of useful clusters of data. Exner’s system features the Structural Summary Blank, which includes sections for:

  • Identifying data
  • Sequence of scores
  • Structural summary
  • Ratio and percentages

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