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What's Right With the Rorschach?
Scientific Review of Mental Health Practice (2003)
  • James M. Wood, University of Texas at El Paso
  • M. Teresa Nezworski, University of Texas at Dallas
  • Howard N. Garb
In the present article, we discuss the validity and clinical utility of the Rorschach as a measure of intelligence, thought disorder, and other psychological characteristics. We also summarize potential uses of the test in research and psychotherapy. Controversy has surrounded the Rorschach throughout most of its history, not because it is worthless, but because it has so often been used for the wrong purposes.
  • Rorschach; Comprehensive System; Exner; validity
Publication Date
January 1, 2003
Citation Information
James M. Wood, M. Teresa Nezworski and Howard N. Garb. "What's Right With the Rorschach?" Scientific Review of Mental Health Practice (2003)
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