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Each year this series provides a unique, timely, and readable behind-the-scenes look at the world of Rorschach: surveys of the most recent clinical research results, discussions of the instrument’s usefulness with regard to specific medical and psychological disorders, how the Rorschach is used in various countries around the world, as well as new insights from seasoned practitioners.
As a result, this annual update is engaging, very practical, and almost entertaining. It is helpful for experts, and especially interesting for those just learning Rorschach techniques, such as graduate students in clinical programs. Indeed, the diversity of opinions and results contained here makes a useful complement to the relatively technical discussions one usually finds on this subject.
Table of ContentsIntroduction by David Ephraim, Venezuela/Canada
- Deciphering the Broken Narrative of Trauma: Signs of Traumatic Dissociation on the Rorschachby Judith G. Armstrong, USA
- Transgenerational Transmission of Trauma in Children of Holocaust Survivors: A Case Studyby Ety Berant, Israel
- Rorschach Trauma Assessment of Survivors of Torture and State Violenceby David Ephraim, Venezuela/Canada
- Rorschach Psychodiagnosis of Psychic Trauma in Sexually Abused Childrenby Maria Cristina Gravenhorst, Argentina
- Use of the Rorschach in the Assessment of War-Related Stress in Military Personnelby Patrick Sloan, Linda Arsenault, and Mark Hilsenroth, USA
- The Effect of Color on Productivity on Card X of the Rorschachby Danilo R. Silva, Portugal
- Chimeric Rorschach: A Research on Hemispheric Specializationby Latife Yazigi, Cristiane Seixas Duarte, Jacqueline Santoantonio, Andrés E. Aguirre Antúnez, Antonio C.
Pacheco e Silva Neto, and Paulo Santana, Brasil
- Defying the Odds and Rorschach Space Responses: An Empirical Contributionby Uriel Last, Israel
- Rorschach Characteristics of Depressive Children with Suicidal Ideationby Djaouida Petot, France
- Cognitive Deficits in Patients with First-Episode Psychosis as Identified by Exner’s Schizophrenia Index in Finland and Spainby Outi Kalla, Jarl Wahlström, Jukka Aaltonen, Juha Holma, Penti Tuimala, and Carl-Erik Mattlar, Finland