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  • The Rorschach Inkblot Test is an instrument used in the context of personality assessment. The test was published in a monograph (Psychodiagnostik) by Hermann Rorschach, a Swiss psychiatrist, who died at the young age of 38, well before the instrument gained worldwide attention. The Rorschach consists of 10 cards, each containing an inkblot; some are solely in black and white, while others include color. Respondents are asked to indicate what they believe the inkblot might be, followed by an explanation of their answer.

    Various methods have been developed for scoring the Rorschach, but the most widely accepted and well researched is the Exner Comprehensive System devel oped by John E. Exner, Jr. The scoring criteria of the Comprehensive System and other scoring methods require evaluators ...

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