Chapter 14 Study Guide

Chapter 14 Study Guide - 11. What is the TAT and how is it...

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Chapter 14 Study Guide 1. What is the projective hypothesis? 2. What are the most widely used projective techniques? 3. Be able to identify or recognize each 4. Why would a psychologist prefer to use a projective test? 5. What is the informal scoring approach to projective techniques? 6. What are the two phases of Administration of the Rorschach under the Comprehensive System? 7. How is a response determined to be a “Popular” response to a Rorschach stimulus card? 8. How many Rorschach inkblots (cards) are there? 9. What is the most widely used system for administering and scoring the Rorschach? 10. What are the research conclusions about the Rorschach (reliability, validity)?
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Unformatted text preview: 11. What is the TAT and how is it administered? 12. According to the textbook, why might the TAT be declining in use? 13. What single construct doe the Rotter Incomplete Sentences Blank (RISB) claim to measure? 14. What can we learn from the RISB regarding scoring systems for projective techniques? 15. What are the textbooks conclusion about the validity of human figure drawings? 16. What effect does managed care seem to be having on the use of projective techniques? 17. With respect to use of objective scoring systems, what is the current trend for projective techniques?...
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Chapter 14 Study Guide - 11. What is the TAT and how is it...

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