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Example of Carl Jung’s eight types of personality

Example of Carl Jung’s eight types of personality

Example of Carl Jung’S Eight Types of Personality

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Projective Techniques

  • This technique involves Rorschach inkblot test, Thematic Apperception Test, complete sentences, or report what associations particular words bring to mind, expressions through drawing association with words, inkblots.

  • This theory is based on Frued’s theory that unconscious processes are important for understanding psychopathology.

  • This theory is also based on structures or unstructured stimulus or situation.

Features:

  • Its design to ambiguous stimuli, hidden emotion and internal conflict projected by a person.

  • Scoring and interpretation depend on subjective clinical judgements.

  • Test take are never told the purpose of test.

  • It’s used various kinds of stimulus materials for assessing personality.

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