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The Rorschach : a comprehensive system 3rd ed

The Rorschach : a comprehensive system 3rd ed (5회 대출)

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Exner, John E. Erdberg, Philip.
서명 / 저자사항
The Rorschach : a comprehensive system / John E. Exner, Jr., Philip Erdberg.
판사항
3rd ed.
발행사항
New York :   Wiley ,   c1993-<c2005>.  
형태사항
v. <1- 2> : ill. ; 26 cm.
총서사항
Wiley series on personality processes
ISBN
0471559024 (v. 1 : alk. paper) 0471419834 (v. 2 : alk. paper) 9780471419839 (v. 2)
내용주기
v. 1. Basic foundations -- v. 2. Advanced interpretation
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
일반주제명
Rorschach Test.
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저자소개

John E. Exner(지은이)

<로르샤하 종합체계 워크북>

Philip Erdberg(지은이)

정보제공 : Aladin

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CONTENTS
PART I THE HISTORY AND NATURE OF THE RORSCHACH
 1. INTRODUCTION = 3
  Early History = 3
  The Rorschach Systems = 6
  The Concept of Projection and Projective Techniques = 14
  Intersystem Differences = 18
  The Comprehensive System = 20
 2. THE NATURE OF THE RORSCHACH = 27
  Rorschach's Concept of the Method = 27
  The Rorschach as a Problem-Solving Task = 28
  Decision Choices = 29
  The Response Process = 34
  A Summary of the Operations in the Response Process = 51
  The Role of Projection in the Response = 52
  Summary = 53
PART II ADMINISTRATION AND SCORING
 3. DECISIONS AND PROCEDURES = 61
  The Rorschach and the Test Battery = 62
  Procedures of Administration = 64
  The Problem of Brief Protocols = 70
  The Problem of Lengthy Records = 71
  Recording the Responses = 72
  Inquiry Phase = 73
  The Location Sheet = 80
  Direct Inquiry and Testing of Limits = 80
  Comment or Response? = 81
  Summary = 81
 4. SCORING: THE RORSCHACH LANGUAGE = 85
 5. LOCATION AND DEVELOPMENTAL QUALITY: SYMBOLS AND CRITERIA = 93
  The W Response (Wholes) = 93
  The D Response (Common Details) = 94
  The Dd Response (Unusual Details) = 95
  The S Response (White Space Details) = 96
  Location Coding for Multiple D Areas = 96
  Coding for the Developmental Quality of the Response = 97
 6. DETERMINANTS: SYMBOLS AND CRITERIA = 103
  The Form Determinant (F) = 106
  The Movement Determinants = 106
  Active-Passive Superscripts = 109
  The Color Determinants (Chromatic) = 113
  The Color Determinants (Achromatic) = 120
  The Shading Determinants = 122
  The Texture Determinant = 124
  The Shading-Dimensionality Determinant (Vista) = 127
  The Diffuse Shading Determinant = 128
  Pair and Reflection Responses = 133
  Interscorer Agreement = 137
  Summary = 137
 7. BLENDS, ORGANIZATIONAL ACTIVITY, AND FORM QUALITY = 140
  The Blend Response (.) = 140
  Organizational Activity (Z) = 145
  Form Quality = 150
 8. CONTENT CATEGORIES AND POPULARS = 157
  Content = 157
  Coding Multiple Contents = 158
  Popular Responses = 160
 9. SPECIAL SCORES = 165
  Unusual Verbalizations = 165
  Level 1―Level 2 Differentiations = 166
  Deviant Verbalizations (DV and DR) = 166
  Inappropriate Combinations (INCOM, FABCOM, CONTAM) = 168
  Inappropriate Logic (ALOG) = 169
  Perseveration and Integration Failure = 169
  Perseveration (PSV) = 169
  Confabulation (CONFAB) = 171
  Special Content Characteristics = 171
  Aggressive Movement (AG) = 172
  Cooperative Movement (COP) = 172
  Morbid Content (MOR) = 172
  Other Special Features of Responses = 172
  Abstractions (AB) = 172
  Personalized Answers (PER) = 173
  Color Projection (CP) = 173
 10. THE STRUCTURAL SUMMARY = 175
  Sequence of Scores = 175
  Frequency Tallies = 175
  Ratios, Percentages, and Derivations = 183
  The Core Section = 184
  The Ideation Section = 185
  The Affect Section = 186
  The Mediation Section = 186
  The Processing Section = 187
  The Interpersonal Section = 187
  The Self-Perception Section = 188
  Special Indices = 188
  Summary = 189
PART III WORKING TABLES AND DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS
 11. WORKING TABLES = 193
  Using Table A = 194
 12. NORMATIVE DATA AND REFERENCE SAMPLES = 258
  The Adult Sample = 258
  Rorschach Data and Descriptive Statistics = 262
  Adult Normative Data by Style = 265
  The Normative Samples for Children and Adolescents = 277
  The Psychiatric Reference Groups = 305
PART IV INTERPRETATION
 13. SOME GENERAL GUIDELINES = 321
  The Interpretive Process = 321
  The Propositional Stage = 322
  Summarizing the Propositions for Each Cluster = 324
  The Integration Stage = 325
  The Final Report Stage = 329
  ssues of Diagnosis = 330
  Treatment Planning = 330
  Cookbooks and Computers = 332
  Conceptualization and Interpretive Strategies = 333
 14. THE TACTICS OF INTERPRETATION = 336
  Records Taken under Unusual Circumstances = 336
  Brief Records = 338
  Beginning with the Suicide Constellation = 342
  Strategies in Addressing Clusters of Data = 345
  Selecting the Interpretive Strategy = 347
  Tertiary Variables as Starting Points = 349
  Case Illustration = 349
 15. KEY VARIABLES I―SCZI, DEPI,CDI = 353
  The Schizophrenia Index (SCZI) = 353
  Research Related to Hypotheses Based on the SCZI = 354
  Rorschach Manifestations of Schizophrenia = 356
  The Depression Index (DEPI) = 359
  Research Related to Hypotheses Based on the DEPI = 361
  The Coping Deficit Index (CDI) = 363
  Research Related to Hypotheses Based on the CDI = 363
 16. KEY VARIABLES II―THE D SCORES: CONTROL AND STRESS TOLERANCE = 370
  The Adjusted D Score = 371
  Research Related to Hypotheses Based on the Adjusted D Score = 374
  The Experience Actual (EA) = 376
  The Adjusted Experienced Stimulation (Adj es) = 379
  The FM Variable = 380
  The Achromatic Color and Three Shading Variables = 383
  The Texture Variable = 383
  The Achromatic Color Variable = 385
  The Vista Variable = 386
  The D Score = 388
  Research Related to Hypotheses Developed from the D Score = 389
  The m Variable = 390
  The Y Variable = 391
  The L.S. History = 394
  The Controls Cluster = 395
  A Summary Regarding Controls and Stress Tolerance for L.S. = 397
 17. KEY VARIABLES III―DOMINANT PERSONALITY STYLES = 404
  The High Lambda Style = 405
  The Relation of the High Lambda Style to Other Stylistic Features = 406
  Research Related to Hypotheses Developed from Lambda = 407
  Low Lambda Values = 408
  Introversive and Extratensive Styles = 409
  Research Related to Hypotheses Based on the EB = 411
  The Human Movement Response (M) = 416
  Chromatic Color Responses (FC, CF, C) = 420
  EB Pervasive (EBPer) = 423
  Research Related to Hypotheses Based on EBPer = 423
  The Reflection-Related Style (Fr + RF 〉 O) = 432
  Research Related to Hypotheses Based on Reflection Answers = 433
  The Interpersonally Passive Style (p > a + 1) = 436
  Research Related to Hypotheses Based on the a:p Ratio = 436
  The Hypervigilant (HVI) Style = 439
  Research Related to Hypotheses Based on the HVI = 439
  Summary = 441
 18. CLUSTER INTERPRETATION I―THE COGNITIVE TRIAD = 449
  Information Processing = 450
  Processing and the High Lambda Style = 450
  Processing and the Obsessive Style Index = 451
  Research Related to the OBS Variable = 451
  Processing and the Hypervigilant Style = 452
  Processing and the Overincorporative Style―The Zd Score = 452
  Research Related to the Zd Score = 453
  Other Variables Related to Processing Effort = 455
  The Quality and Efficiency of Processing Activity = 457
  Other Findings Related to Processing Variables = 459
  The L.S. Protocol and Information Processing = 461
  Mediation = 462
  The High Lambda Style and Mediation = 463
  The Obsessive Style and Mediation = 464
  Basic Data Concerning Mediation = 464
  Mediational Dysfunction = 466
  Findings Related to Basic Variables in the Mediation Cluster = 467
  The Proportion of Unusual Answers (Xu%) = 471
  The L.S. Protocol and Mediation = 473
  Ideation = 473
  Quality of Responses with Special Scores = 481
  The L.S. Protocol and Ideation = 483
 19. CLUSTER INTERPRETATION II―AFFECT, SELF-PERCEPTION, INTERPERSONAL PERCEPTION = 489
  DEPI and Affect = 489
  The EB and Affect = 490
  The eb and Affect = 490
  The FC:CF+C Ratio = 491
  Finding Related to Hypotheses Based on the FC:CF+C Ratio = 492
  The Affective Ratio (Afr) = 494
  Findings Related to Hypotheses Based on the Afr = 496
  Color Projection (CP) = 497
  Findings Related to Hypotheses Based on CP = 498
  White Space Responses = 499
  Findings Related to Hypotheses Based on S Responses = 499
  Blends and Affect = 501
  The L.S. Protocol and Affect = 504
  Self-Perception = 506
  The Egocentricity Index (3r + (2)/R) = 506
  Findings Related to the Egocentricity Index = 507
  Vista and Form Dimension Responses = 509
  Some Findings Concerning FD and Vista = 509
  Human Contents and Self-Image = 511
  Anatomy (An) and X-ray (Xy) Contents = 513
  Morbid (MOR) Responses and Self-Image = 514
  Analysis of the Verbal Material = 514
  Morbid Response Contents = 517
  The Content of Minus Responses and Self-Image = 518
  Movement Answer Contents and Self-Image = 518
  Embellished Content in Other Responses as Related to Self-Image = 519
  The L.S. Protocol and Self-Image = 519
  Interpersonal Perception and Behavior = 522
  Negative Implication Variables = 522
  The Human Content Variables and Interpersonal Perception = 523
  The Personal Response (PER) = 525
  Cooperative (COP) and Aggressive (AG) Responses = 527
  The Isolation Index (Isolate/R) = 531
  Human Movement with Pairs (2) and Human Contents = 532
  The L.S. Protocol and Interpersonal Perception = 533
PART V APPLICATIONS
 20. INTEGRATING FINDINGS TO ADDRESS ISSUES = 541
  The L.S. Summary = 542
  Case Illustrations = 544
  Protocol 1: A Question Concerning Tension and Depression = 545
  Interpretive Routine for Protocol 1 = 554
  Self-Perception―Protocol 1 = 554
  Interpersonal Perception and Behavior―Protocol 1 = 556
  Controls―Protocol 1 = 557
  Affect―Protocol 1 = 557
  Information Processing―Protocol 1 = 558
  Cognitive Mediation―Protocol 1 = 559
  Ideation―Protocol 1 = 559
  Summary―Protocol 1 = 560
  Protocol 2: A Question of Adolescent Withdrawal = 562
  Interpretive Routine for Protocol 2 = 570
  Ideation―Protocol 2 = 571
  Cognitive Mediation―Protocol 2 = 572
  Information Processing―Protocol 2 = 573
  Controls and Stress Tolerance―Protocol 2 = 574
  Affect―Protocol 2 = 575
  Self-Perception―Protocol 2 = 576
  Interpersonal Perception and Behavior―Protocol 2 = 577
  S ummary―Protocol 2 = 578
  Protocol 3: A Question of Psychosomatic Involvement = 579
  S-CON―Protocol 3 = 586
  Interpretive Routine for Protocol 3 = 587
  Affect―Protocol 3 = 587
  Controls, Stress Tolerance and Situational Stress―Protocol 3 = 588
  Self-Perception―Protocol 3 = 589
  Interpersonal Perception and Behavior―Protocol 3 = 591
  Information Processing―Protocol 3 = 591
  Cognitive Mediation―Protocol 3 = 592
  Ideation―Protocol 3 = 593
  ummary―Protocol 3 = 594
  Protocol 4: A Question of Impulsiveness = 596
  Interpretive Routine for Protocol 4 = 604
  Self-Perception―Protocol 4 = 605
  Interpersonal Perception and Behavior―Protocol 4 = 606
  Controls―Protocol 4 = 607
  Affect―Protocol 4 = 608
  Information Processing―Protocol 4 = 609
  Cognitive Mediation―Protocol 4 = 610
  Ideation―Protocol 4 = 610
  Summary―Protocol 4 = 611
  Protocol 5: A Question of Chronic Anxiety = 612
  Interpretive Routine for Protocol 5 = 620
  Controls and Stress Tolerance―Protocol 5 = 621
  Ideation―Protocol 5 = 621
  Information Processing―Protocol 5 = 623
  Cognitive Mediation―Protocol 5 = 623
  Affect―Protocol 5 = 624
  Self-Perception―Protocol 5 = 625
  Interpersonal Perception and Behavior―Protocol 5 = 627
  Summary―Protocol 5 = 628
AUTHOR INDEX = 631
SUBJECT INDEX = 639


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