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inkblot

(ĭngk′blŏt′)
n.
1. A blotted pattern of spilled ink.
2. A pattern resembling an inkblot that is used in Rorschach tests.
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A Rorschach test consists of ten of these inkblots, each printed on a card: five black-and-white, two black-and-red, and three vaguely pastel.
The inkblot came into its own with the late-nineteenth-century practice of klecksography, in which an ink-spattered page was folded to create an image of bilateral symmetry.
O XA% refers to the sum of formal quality answers that are considered appropriate answers to the contours of the inkblot, independently of being common or not (FQo + FQu + FQ+), and WDA% refers to the appropriateness of the formal quality of the answers in W and D, excluding Dd (Nascimento, 2010), while X+% superior to the expected average suggests hyperconventionality, indicating submission to external standards (Exner & Sendin, 1999).
There are techniques that consist in saying what inkblots look like (e.g., Rorschach, Zulliger, Holtzman), telling stories from pictures (e.g., Thematic Apperception Test and its derivatives), making drawings (e.g., Draw a Person, House-Tree-Person, Wartegg), among many others.
The Rorschach Inkblot Test as an Instrument for Evaluating Quality of Life in Breast-Cancer Victims.
* Watching Clouds and Sunsets Speaking of staring at the sky, do you know the origin of the famous Rorschach Inkblot Test?
"I envision what these things will end up looking like, and tend to make them symmetrical, so you get this kind of Rorschach inkblot thing," he adds, noting the familiar psychological test.
"I've learned that they're like a Rorschach (inkblot test),'' Mr.
At 160x the nebula starts to betray its secrets, revealing wispy rays and baring an elusive inkblot just west of the star.
8 ( ANI ): Google is commemorating the 129th birthday of Freudian psychiatrist Hermann Rorschach, who created the famous inkblot test, with its interactive doodle.
The first condition was a drawing condition that involved participants viewing an inkblot and producing an original work of art.
The Rorschach Inkblot Test; an interpretive guide for clinicians.