Swiss psychologist Hermann Rorschach's inkblots ~   Rorschach created his famous test from the roots of a popular, ink stain-driven parlor game known as Klecksographie. When he noted that schizophrenics saw the blots very differently than did others, he suggested using the card test to diagnose this disease.  The test & method was published for the first time in his 1921 book 'Psychodiagnostik'.  However, many modern experts believe the test is fundamentally flawed. #psychology

Swiss psychologist Hermann Rorschach's inkblots ~ Rorschach created his famous test from the roots of a popular, ink stain-driven parlor game known as Klecksographie. When he noted that schizophrenics saw the blots very differently than did others, he suggested using the card test to diagnose this disease. The test & method was published for the first time in his 1921 book 'Psychodiagnostik'. However, many modern experts believe the test is fundamentally flawed. #psychology

Rorschach Inkblot Test

Rorschach Inkblot Test

You’re flicking through a fashion magazine and playfully suggest that your partner might want to make a few experiments with their wardrobe. How about a different pair of jeans or a new T-shirt?

The 10 cards of the “Rorschach Test”, also called  “inkblot test”, the most famous projective test created by Hermann Rorschach.  Take the test (unofficially) here.

The 10 cards of the “Rorschach Test”, also called “inkblot test”, the most famous projective test created by Hermann Rorschach. Take the test (unofficially) here.

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RORSCHACH TEST | INKBLOT — Patternity: Flippin' us two birds!

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Gilles Balmet, Tsuba, 2010 it's not a photograph but it reminds me of a Rorschach test. What do you see?

Gilles Balmet, Tsuba, 2010 it's not a photograph but it reminds me of a Rorschach test. What do you see?

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