The test has both reliability and validity.
Herman rorschach was the man who created the inkblot test
Rorschach inkblot test ; see related link below .
The inventor of the test was named Hermann Rorschach. He was a Swiss Freudian psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, best known for developing a projective test known as the Rorschach inkblot test.
The Rorschach Inkblot Test
This could be: Hermann Rorscach: The inventor of the Rorschach test. Rorschach (Watchmen): A vigilante in the graphic novel Watchmen, who wears a Rorschach inkblot as a mask.
by merely answering what you see in the ink blots
its just the inkblot gme basically, they would hold up a card with hidden images in the inkblot and get Charlie to find them.
The HIT, developed by psychologist Wayne Holtzman and colleagues, was introduced in 1961. The test was designed to overcome some of the deficiencies of its famous predecessor, the Rorschach Inkblot Test.
The first and most famous one was developed by Rorschach. See link for more. An approximate pronunciation of Rorschach is ROAR-shack, or ROAR-shock.
Gerhard H. Fischer has written: 'Die psychometrischen Grundlagen des Rorschachtests und der Holtzman Inkblot Technique' -- subject(s): Holtzman inkblot technique, Rorschach Test 'Die psychometrischen Grundlagen des Rorschachtests und der Holtzman Inkblot Technique [von] Gerhard H. Fischer [und] Hans Spada' -- subject(s): Holtzman inkblot technique, Rorschach Test
The Rorschach (inkblot) test. It measures the ability to integrate intellectual and emotional factors.
I am looking too, and I don't think there are any sites where you can take the real test online. All of the inkblot tests I've seen so far are gags, and they're all going to call you a whack job in the end.
A Swiss Freudian psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, best known for developing a projective test known, from his name, as the Rorschach inkblot test.
There are many psychological tests. Popular psychological tests are "Wechsler Intelligence Scale", "Rorschach Inkblot Test", "Thematic Apperception Test", "Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory" and "Wide Range Achievement Test".
A projective tests provides ambiguous stimuli designed to trigger projection of one's inner dynamics. Examples include the Rorschach inkblot test or the TAT.
Rorschach test was created in 1921.
a rorschach test is a psychological test involving inkbolts that the subject describes
Ewald Bernhard Bohm has written: 'A textbook in Rorschach test diagnosis' -- subject(s): Psychoanalysis, Rorschach Test 'Der Rorschach-Test' -- subject(s): Rorschach Test 'Lehrbuch der Rorschach-Psychodiagnostik' -- subject(s): Psychoanalysis, Rorschach Test
I was shocked that my employer wanted me to do a Rorschach Test prior to hiring me. The young man laughed throughout his Rorschach Test. A Rorschach Test asks a person to subjectively describe inkblots.
Ruth Bochner has written: 'The clinical application of the Rorschach test' -- subject(s): Rorschach Test 'L' application clinique du test de Rorschach' -- subject(s): Rorschach Test
I think you mean "Rorschach". If so, then you are referring to the "Rorschach Inkblot" test. Herman Rorschach (1884 - 1922) was a psychologist who developed this test as a way of determining how a person perceptually and cognitively organizes real-life situations. In other words, it was designed to determine how a person responds or copes with emotions, situations, problems, etc. The test is, as the name implies, literally an ink blot test. The person is shown a set of cards with ink blots, and then asked what images they see in them. This method has been used for decades by psychologists in conjuction with other tests and therapy for diagnosing and treating people with mental or emotional problems.