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Projective Techniques: Categories of Projective Techniques

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Categories of Projective Techniques

Projective tests can be conducted in following methods:

  • Association Techniques: Association techniques require the subject to respond to the presentation of a stimulus with the first things that come to their mind.
  • Completion Techniques: This technique requires the respondent to complete an incomplete stimulus. Two main types are sentence completion and story …

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Projective Techniques: Some Common Projective Tests and Advantages of Projective Techniques

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Some Common Projective Tests

  • Rorschach Inkblot Test: It is one of the best known and most frequently used projective test and consists of 10 standardized inkblots. In this test subject is shown a series of ten irregular but symmetrical inkblots, and asked to explain what they see. The subject՚s responses are then analyzed in various ways, noting not only what was said, but also the time taken to respond, which aspect of the drawing was focused on, and how single responses compared to other responses for the same drawing. For example, if someone consistently sees the images as frightening, the examiner might infer that the subject may suffer from p…

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