Journal of the International Society for the Rorschach, Vol. 40 /2019
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Projective Methods With Couples: Families, Thematic Apperception Test, and the Rorschach Couples, Families, and Projective Methods by Sadegh Nashat
Validity of Space Responses: What Can We Learn From Rorschach Protocols of Divorcing Couples Fighting for Child Custody?
by Anna Maria Rosso, Andrea Camoirano, and Carlo Chiorri
Observing Couples Discussing About "What Might This Be?" by Filippo Aschieri, Ilaria Durosini, and Francesca Fantini
Rorschach as a Tool in the Psychological Assessment of Families With Patients With Schizophrenia: A Literature Review
by Clarice Alves de Almeida Beckmann and Ileno Izidio da Costa
Rorschach Test and Systemic Theory: A Proposal of a Qualitative Method for Content Analysis by Gabriella Gandino
Attachment Picture Story (APS): Adaptation and Validation of the Projective Patte Noire Test to Evaluate Attachment in Adolescence by Elisabeth Ballus, Edurne Urrutia, Mar Casas, and Felix Loizaga
Performance-Based Assessment of Social Cognition in Borderline Versus Psychotic Psychopathology by Jeremy M. Ridenour, Katie C. Lewis, John M. Poston, and Destiny N. Ciecalone
Multiple Emotion Regulation in Rorschach Color Responses: A Study Using IAT and Self-Report by Ryo Matsuda
Autistic Thinking: Conceptual Understanding and Rorschach Assessment by James H. Kleiger and Irving B. Weiner
Coming Together Through Falling Apart: Using Psychological Assessment Within a Developmental Framework to Assess Change
by Heather Churchill and Jeremy M. Ridenour
Correcting Smith et al.'s (2018) Criticisms of All Rorschach Studies in Mihura, Meyer, Dumitrascu, and Bombel's (2013) Meta-Analyses by Joni L. Mihura
A much-needed update.
This is the 2019 edition of yearly research updates by the International Society for the Rorschach. The first [part] explores the use of projective methods with couples and families, including the thematic apperception test (TAT) and the Rorschach inkblot test; the second focuses on topics such as comparing test performance in borderline versus psychotic psychopathology, emotion regulation, and criticism of Rorschach studies.
This book is excellent for clinicians and researchers interested in the Rorschach inkblot test and other projective instruments [and] should be in the library of anyone interested in current developments in projective testing.;Reviewed by Gary B. Kaniuk, PsyD, Cermak Health Services, in Doody's Reviews (July 2020)