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The Rorschachiana series provides a unique, timely, and readable look at the world of Rorschach from multiple perspectives. In addition to other topics, the current volume contains a fascinating special section on “The Rorschach and the Five-Factor Theory,” including a chapter by the authors of the NEO PI-R, Costa & McCrae, as well as a thought-provoking discussion of computerized interpretation software.
Rorschachiana is the official publication of the International Rorschach Society, now consisting of some 3,000 members throughout the world, which for half a century has played an important role in supporting the use of the instrument, as well as helping to develop extensive empirical research on its effectiveness in specific clinical situations.
Table of ContentsEditorial Note: Science and Soul: Use and Misuse of Computerized Interpretation by Anne Andronikof
Comment on “Science and Soul” by John E. Exner, Jr.
Special Section: The Rorschach and the Five-Factor Theory
Guest Editors: Dragana Djuric Jocic & Jean-Michel Petot
Introduction to the Special Section on the Rorschach and the Five-Factor Theory by Dragana Djuric Jocic & Jean-Michel Petot
Correlation of the Rorschach Method and the NEO PI-R Questionnaire by Dragana Djuric Jocic
Are the Relationships Between the NEO PI-R and Rorschach Markers of Openness Dependent on the Patient’s Test-Taking Attitude? by Jean-Michel Petot
Extraversion in Differential Psychology and Experience Balance in the Rorschach by Gregorio E.H. del Pilar
Correlation Between the Rorschach Test Coded and Interpreted According to the Comprehensive System and the Eysenck Personality Inventory by Antonella De Carolis & Stefano Ferracuti
A Five-Factor Theory Perspective on the Rorschach by Paul T. Costa, Jr. & Robert R. McCrae
Discrepancies Between the Rorschach Inkblot Method and Self-Report Measures of Personality: Methodological and Theoretical Reflections by Jean-Michel Petot & Dragana Djuric Jocic
The Rorschach Inkblot Test as an Instrument for Evaluating Quality of Life in Breast-Cancer Victims by G. Marchioro, F. Barbato, G. Azzarello, & O. Vinante
The Rorschach and TAT as Relational Instruments: Evaluating Young Couples with Consensus Rorschach and TAT by Dorit Noy-Sharav
The Rorschach Extended Aggression Scores by Carl B. Gacono, Lynne Bannatyne-Gacono, J. Reid Meloy, & Matthew R. Baity
Cognitive Functioning and Other Discriminatory Variables in Anorexic Patients by Carmen García-Alba